Educational Software Thread, Dance ejay for schools in Technical; Afternoon,
I am looking into getting some more eJay copies after our muisc teacher purchased Dance ejay last year. i ...
8th August 2008, 05:15 PM #1
Dance ejay for schools
I am looking into getting some more eJay copies after our muisc teacher purchased Dance ejay last year. i had a lot fo trouble getting it working and eventually got a hack to make it work without the CD.
This time I am interested in Ejay for schools but haven't got a test copy as of yet. Anyone use it? How does it compare with dance ejay and is the networking any better than previous versions?
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Last edited by Simcfc73; 8th August 2008 at 05:19 PM.
8th August 2008, 05:40 PM #2
We have Dance eJay for schools and it seemed to go on the network OK- I think its also possible to run it directly from a share on the server.
I am not sure how much it is used by music and it appears that our DiDA students use it more. Never used Dance eJay so I can't compare it to the schools version.
8th August 2008, 10:33 PM #3
We have it too - I put it on a few weeks before the end of term and it seems to work fine
12th August 2008, 12:48 PM #4
- Rep Power
it's an utter peice of tosh, and terrible support.
For a start the 'Network' version saves files recorded by the mic to the local c: drive. Now thats what i call forward thinking, pupils will always use the same computer! Right?
12th August 2008, 01:05 PM #5
Running without cd
We run it but not networked version got 12 copies from ebay £1.99 each (comes in some new pc bundles)
we the use Farstone virtual cd VirtualDrive - Play game without CD, CD/DVD emulation, DVD jukebox/tower emulator
Its an amazing product stops all that hunting for nocd hacks.
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