18 episodes

Featured segments include: Jam Track, Resource Booth, On Mic, Songwriter's Corner, and In-Session

On-The-Go Studio Megan Resig and Wade Richards

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Featured segments include: Jam Track, Resource Booth, On Mic, Songwriter's Corner, and In-Session

    Episode 17: December 2014

    Episode 17: December 2014

    Megan shares her national AMTA conference experience and talks about being interviewed by the Urban Therapist podcast. We share our most recent food, music, and events news. JamTrack: Wade and Megan perform "As I Play My Drum"- a song perfect for echo singing and drumming. In Session: Wade shares "The White Snow of December"- a song to work on prepositional phrases and seasonal nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Megan shares "All Is Well", a mantra-like piece for the season. The Resource Booth: a website full of ideas and materials for piano lesson for young children, a team organization website and app you need in your life, Chuck Wild's latest CD, and Finger Maestro for the iPad are discussed.

    • 51 min
    Episode 16: November 2014

    Episode 16: November 2014

    We are back full force to bring you some fantastic fall ideas and resources. In our JamTrack, Megan and Wade perform Megan's song called "Let That Sweet, Sweet Music Fill the Air". In Session: Wade shares speech song to work on prepositional phrases when talking about "Apples and Pumpkins". Megan talks about a new children's music program she launched in collaboration with a local college and shares a song from the group, "Music Around the World". The Resource Booth includes recommendations for a mixture of books, apps, and websites.

    • 44 min
    Episode 15: July (The Lost Episode)

    Episode 15: July (The Lost Episode)

    Although we recorded this episode in July, our summer programming at Spectrum Creative Arts hit us like a storm! Now back in the swing of Fall, we finally had time to dig through our old recordings of the episode and piece it altogether.

    JamTrack: Wade shares his summer mode ideas and our duo creates a beautiful improvisation on organ, guitar, and bells. See what changes are made to the pentatonic mode to give a more "summery" feel.

    In Session: Megan shares her "Slow It Down" song inspired by Jason Mraz's song "I Won't Give Up".

    Wade shares an original camping song, We're Camping" to work on expressive language skills. Download the PDF slideshow here: We're Camping. Former intern Alison Yanda adds her vocals.

    Resource Booth: Featured resources include "Lucy Ladybird" an interactive storybook app, "Constantly Speaking" website and blog for speech therapy ideas, "Teach Piano Today" a website with a ton of free resources, games, and visuals for piano, "Compose Create" a website with great piano resources and rhythmic challenge games, "Conversation Therappy Lite" an app to sequencially work on expressive language skills centered around a picture, and "Naming Therappy" an app designed to walk you through cues when trying to names specific items in a picture.

    • 42 min
    Episode 14: June

    Episode 14: June

    Wade and special guest Noa Elimelech share their favorite resources, original songs, and session ideas for the month of June!

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode 13: May 2014

    Episode 13: May 2014

    On-the-Go Studio is back for another resource-filled episode! This month we've got an eclectic assortment of music therapy session ideas, app suggestions, songs, and more! We hope you'll join us for our May episode!

    • 59 min
    Episode 12: April 2014

    Episode 12: April 2014

    Welcome back to a brand new episode of On-the-Go Studio! This month we are sharing some of our favorite April resources including some brand new original songs, ideas for celebrating earth day, new iPad apps, and more! Check out the website (http://www.onthegostudiopodcast.com/episode-12-april-2014/ ‎) for links to all the great resource we've shared on this months episode!

    • 48 min

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Noa Ferguson ,

A Great Resource!

I've really enjoyed tuning into the On-The-Go Studio podcast! It's very efficient for therapists and educators alike that are constantly… you guessed it: on-the-go! I appreciate all of the shared song interventions, and plan to use some of them in my sessions very soon. Great job, Megan and Wade!

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