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Music - Journals and Databases
The library maintains various databases and online resources listed below. Should any of these services request a username and password please use your TAFE Account unless otherwise noted.
Training Video Collections
- Kanopy - thousands of training videos and documentaries
- Safetyhub - a range of Occupational Health and Safety videos
- ClickView - hundreds of training videos and recorded TV programs
Journal Article Databases
- Ebsco Database - a journal article database: subject areas include Automotive, Business, Computing, Education, Environment, Medical, Reference, Social Sciences
- Proquest Central - a journal article database: subject areas include Accounting, Banking, Business, Careers, Computing, Economics, Education, Finance, Health, Medical, Religion, Science and Telecommunications
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View our range of Music journals below or view our full list of ePublications on our ePublications page.
Australian Music Centre eNews
Description: The Australian Music Centre (AMC) is the national service organisation dedicated to the promotion and support of art music in Australia. At the heart of our mission is a commitment to the representation, advocacy, promotion and support of Australian composers and their music. Our important work covers contemporary classical, contemporary jazz and improvised music, experimental music and sound art.
Sound on Sound
Description: A continually-expanding archive of highly informative articles that chart the impact of technology on the music production and recording processes. Tutorials and practical 'how to' Workshops offer no-nonsense advice, to help you gain the most from your studio tools - whatever your level of expertise.
"If you can, you should, and if you are brave enough to start, you will." ~ Stephen King