We first launched the 'On this iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch' feature in as an option to play locally stored audio content on Sonos. The way this feature was originally architected has become unreliable with newer versions of iOS. In the coming months, this feature will no longer be available in the Sonos app. Your iOS device can still be used to control Sonos using the Sonos app.
If you're using Zoom to live stream your classes, then here's how to make the sound, sound great!
Teaching classes online opens up a new world of possibilities and like training for face to face teaching, online teaching requires you to familiarise yourself with the tools too to get it right. As an instructor, you want to provide the best class you can to your new online members while making the class feel as normal as possible as if they were there in the room with you. One of the best and easiest ways of doing this is by playing music while teaching. It is important that you use this option to share sound correctly as it needs to be playing through the 'meeting' and not being played on any device to be picked up by your microphone. Doing the latter will interfere with your voice and cause poor sound quality.
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All rights reserved. Studies are showing that learning to play an instrument can bring significant improvements in your brain. That's what a lot of parents and experts believe: Studying an instrument gives children an advantage in the development of their intellectual, perceptual, and cognitive skills. This may, however, turn out to be wishful thinking. Two new randomized trials have found no evidence for the belief. The IQs of preschoolers who attended several weeks of music classes as part of these studies did not differ significantly from the IQs of those who had not. But that does not mean that the advantages of learning to play music are limited to expressing yourself, impressing friends, or just having fun.
Play music from iPhone Bluetooth pairing not required : Scroll to the top of the screen, tap On iPhone, then tap a playlist, artist, album, or song to play it. Scroll to the top of the screen, then tap For You to view a curated feed of playlists and albums based on your likes and dislikes. Tap a category, tap an album or playlist, then tap. Play an album or playlist, then tap. To add music to the queue, swipe left on a song, playlist, or album; tap ; then tap Play Next or Play Later. Music you choose to play later is added to the end of the queue.