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Is your child the next Mozart?

With the ease of technology as it approves on the net, the options of content creation has become one that is easily accessible by kids. Yes, you heard right, kids are making video and posting it on the web. Sites like YouTube are giving kids the opportunity to express themselves in ways that are now turning them from passive spectators to captains of there own internet destiny, giving them the opportunity to hone their multimedia skills and join the world that is thriving around them.

There are at least 2 million kids who surf the Internet on a daily basis and 9% of those children are between the ages of nine to twelve. This portion of users are also webmasters creating original content that is both entertaining and relevant to their world, but also significant to the web in general. With 33% of that particular demographic planning to launch their own websites, this number of technologically creative kids is going to increase dramatically. Software providers and multimedia site companies have sensed this wonderful trend and are making themselves available to assist in this explosion of experience and learning.

One facet of this impressive kid-generated content contribution is music that can be uploaded online and broadcast to the world, letting the internet experience the true talent of your composing child. This is the perfect time to take advantage of this technological opportunity and allow your child to flower their creative ideas. Why now? Well Mozart began composing his timeless and beautiful works at the age of five! Well we’re way past the age of the clavier but there are computer-based avenues of content creation that are available to you child that can give them the head start in the creative world and give them the satisfaction, experience, knowledge and confidence that will set them apart, allowing them to join society as socially aware and responsible internet citizens.

Fleximusic, a reputable software developing company has heard the call of kid generated composition and audio. They have provided a wonderful new product called ‘FlexiMusic Kids Composer to assist your child in creating their first symphony of fun. With FlexiMusic, your child can learn the fundamentals of music and grow on that experience by making their own compositions and recording the result in music files that can be easily uploaded and streaming from the Internet, allowing your child to musically express themselves to the world. This content can be shared with other children, creating a network of creativity hitherto unknown to the youthful population.

Now if you can learn how to podcast, the entire world can hear your child play. How would Mozart’s father have promoted his prodigy today?

He’d be all over podcast world, and he’d probably set up a membership site to develop a fan base who’d beg for his son’s newest composition, which they would get via his sites’ RSS feed.

Is your child the next Oprah?

As you already know, your child has an opinion on the world around them and a thirst for knowledge that makes their world exciting and one worth exploring. Children also have a story to tell about their lives and the world around them. In fact they are all reporters in the making with the abilities to shares their views with the world by streaming their stories online in kid-generated informative audio. Their lives are important and so are the stories they need to express, by allowing them to hone this talent, you can foster their investigative abilities, allowing them to opportunity to develop well-rounded and informed ideas that they can communicate with kids their own age and the entire world through the use of kid-generated audio streaming websites.

With the myriad of subject that interest our children there will be no lack of material for them to explore, understand and relay to others in an informative and entertaining manner. Considering the statistics, children are fast becoming major Internet citizens; it therefore goes without saying that they have a world of information and a wide audience to appreciate their knowledge and ideas. Audio recording devices are cheap to buy and easy to use, giving your child the easy opportunity to develop their audio and reporting skills without hitting your pocketbook and giving you hundreds of pages of instructions to decipher.

A story can be as near as the kitchen and as relevant as any of today’s top news stories. Your child’s imagination is the only limit and we all know that a child’s imagination is boundless. They can either report on real life events of ideas important to them or create fun fictional plays that will entertainment the Internet through kid-generated streaming audio. There are many outlets for these endeavors beside the usual sites such as YouTube, Yahoo and Google. You’re child now has at their fingertips more accessible technology geared for their use, allowing them to create original web content and web design. There are also other avenues of online expression available to your child that are easy to access and provide support for their burgeoning investigative and creative talents.

For instance, there is an online organization called Radio Diaries. They offer a site section that is dedicated to the stories that your child has to offer. By allowing you child to collect audio, usually through the course of a year, they give your kid reporter the opportunity to monitor and record their daily life, and archive the issues that they encounter and the life experience that causes them to grow. Not only does this have a positive analytical effect for their mind, but it also allows them to express all that is important to them and gives them a venue to share that expression with kids there own age and the world in general, in a safe, informative and entertaining manner.

This site is only of many that help your child develop the skills that turn them from passive viewers of internet content to creators and developers of a positive and active world, allowing them to be socially aware and culturally active citizens of the world.