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Last November, conductor Jeffrey Kahane, music director of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, used an iPad to conduct the New York Philharmonic in a rendition of Mozart’s Symphony No. 33.
The piece, composed in 1779, might seem an odd match for a tablet computer, but Kahane disagreed:
“I said: ‘This is hilarious. Here I am trying to recreate the spirit of an 18th-century performance of a Mozart symphony, and I’m using an iPad.’ But why not?”
“I’m convinced,” he added, “if Mozart could have used an iPad, he would have done it.”
According to The New York Times, many musicians now favor carrying iPads to study scores, replacing 30-40 pounds of paper while traveling.
Sound familiar? Lawyers are not alone in using tablet computers to work more efficiently. Plus, as Kahane notes, “It’s easy. I don’t have to deal with turning the pages. It’s easy to read. I thought it would be a fun thing to try, and it worked perfectly.”
Upcoming EventsRoanoke Valley Paralegals Association
May 9, 2013
Topic: "iPad Presentation at Trial: Presenting Your Case with TrialPad, Keynote, and Exhibit View"