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Darlene L Hanington

age ~74

from Red Oak, TX

Also known as:
  • Darlene A Williams
  • D Hanington
706 Barton Ave, Oak Leaf, TX 75154(972)2306296

Darlene Hanington Phones & Addresses

  • 706 Barton Ave, Red Oak, TX 75154 • (972)2306296 • (972)2307017
  • Wolfeboro Falls, NH
  • 7 Donegal Pl, Marietta, PA 17547 • (717)4263098
  • 706 Barton Ave, Glenn Heights, TX 75154 • (972)4678551

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  • Company:
    Notelogic
    Mar 2003 to Sep 2013
  • Position:
    Ceo

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Position:
CEO at NoteLogic
Location:
Red Oak, Texas
Industry:
Music
Work:
NoteLogic since Mar 2003
CEO

Us Patents

  • System And Method For Teaching Music

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  • US Patent:
    7482524, Jan 27, 2009
  • Filed:
    Nov 21, 2005
  • Appl. No.:
    11/284784
  • Inventors:
    Darlene Hanington - Glenn Heights TX,
  • International Classification:
    G09B 15/00
  • US Classification:
    84470R
  • Abstract:
    A system and method for teaching music both visually and tactilely. In one embodiment, the invention comprises blocks shaped to resemble musical symbols used to compose music, including time signatures, notes, rests, and dots. Each of the blocks are relative in thickness such that for a given time signature, the correct rhythm for a given measure can be determined by laying one or more of the notes, rests and dots one over the other to see if their combined thickness is equal to that of a preselected time signature. The thickness of the block shaped to resemble the time signature is such that it only allows the correct number of blocks shaped as notes, rests or dots to be of equal thickness to thereby determine the correct rhythm. In addition, the correct rhythm can be determined by simply reading the shaped blocks as one would read music. The use of the shaped blocks having relative thicknesses allows a student to learn rhythm by trial and error and does not necessarily require that the student understand complex music theory.
  • System And Method For Teaching Music

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  • US Patent:
    2005002, Feb 3, 2005
  • Filed:
    Jul 29, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/630370
  • Inventors:
    Darlene Hanington - Glenn Heights TX,
  • International Classification:
    G10D001/00
    G09B015/02
  • US Classification:
    084476000, 084001000
  • Abstract:
    A system and method for teaching music both visually and tactilely. In one embodiment, the invention comprises blocks shaped to resemble musical symbols used to compose music, including time signatures, notes, rests, and dots. Each of the blocks are relative in thickness such that for a given time signature, the correct rhythm for a given measure can be determined by laying one or more of the notes, rests and dots one over the other to see if their combined thickness is equal to that of a preselected time signature. The thickness of the block shaped to resemble the time signature is such that it only allows the correct number of blocks shaped as notes, rests or dots to be of equal thickness to thereby determine the correct rhythm. In addition, the correct rhythm can be determined by simply reading the shaped blocks as one would read music. The use of the shaped blocks having relative thicknesses allows a student to learn rhythm by trial and error and does not necessarily require that the student understand complex music theory. In addition, the blocks can be used by the student when clapping the correct rhythms. Other musical notation can be represented by blocks as well such as bar lines and slurs.

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