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Windows Audio - Go Crazy-O for ASIO

By David Skulina | Posted: Friday, 25 Feb 2011

So, how do you get the best from your Windows XP, Vista or 7 computer when it comes to setting up your audio for use with your Skoog?

As a badge wearing, flag waving, Apple convert you may detect a slight Mac bias in my tone (Okay, it's true - Macs really do make your life easier) but please remember that Windows is just as capable when it comes to audio - it just needs some caressing into place. 

Last Updated: 2 years 1 week ago | Author: dskulina | View Article

The Mearns Heritage Project

By Keith Nagle | Posted: Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012

January 2012

The Mearns Heritage Project is a two-year initiative being led by Claire Will, manager of the Forest View Centre, Stonehaven.

Last Updated: 1 year 38 weeks ago | Author: keithnagle | View Article

Using Skoog with ASD Children

By Keith Nagle | Posted: Monday, 01 Aug 2011

 

 

August 2011

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Brett Domino Says Hey Ya to Skoog

By Keith Nagle | Posted: Friday, 15 Jul 2011

Brett Domino plays Skoog

July 2011

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Skoog at Special Olympics 2011

By Keith Nagle | Posted: Thursday, 14 Jul 2011

Athens team

July 2011

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Skoog in the USA

By Daisy Costello | Posted: Thursday, 26 Jul 2012

Skoog Banner

Last Updated: 1 year 38 weeks ago | Author: daisy | View Article

Skoogs In Orkney

By Benjaman Schogler | Posted: Tuesday, 28 Sep 2010

Chris Giles, Principal Teacher in Expressive Arts for Orkney Council, introduces the Skoog Project, funded through the YMI formula fund for local authorities.

 

Orkney Island’s  Council’s Education and Leisure Service is one of the first local authorities to pilot the use of the ‘Skoog’ as part of its instrumental services which serves the islands of Orkney.  YMI funding has so far helped to fund three Skoogs and two training days.

Last Updated: 2 years 14 weeks ago | Author: bschogler | View Article

Young & Able Product Review

By Benjaman Schogler | Posted: Tuesday, 28 Sep 2010

The Skoog is a new musical instrument designed to be played, and to be played with; handled, squeezed, twisted, pinched or struck.

Last Updated: 2 years 14 weeks ago | Author: bschogler | View Article

Symphony on a Skoog

By Benjaman Schogler | Posted: Tuesday, 28 Sep 2010

John Galloway does a brief review of the Skoog for Inspired, Issue 6 (March 2010).  

The Skoog is a cube about the size of a bucket of popcorn, on five sides of which are raised domes of different colours (the other side being the base). When hooked up to a computer it emulates different musical instruments, a flute, trumpet or drums, for instance.

Last Updated: 2 years 14 weeks ago | Author: bschogler | View Article