>> This March 2008, I will be traveling SouthEast Asia to film an >> documentary about music and education in the region. As part of >> the documentary, we're going to organize a "humanitarian visit" to >> a school in Bangkok, Thailand and give instruments and free music >> lessons to at-risk youth. We're going to target a parochial school >> and give them a dozen classical guitars. You can find out more >> information here: http://www.mimamusic.org/hellotiger.htm >> >> I'd like to see if there's a way where we can collaborate and give >> away 10 laptops with music tools to the site where we give the >> instruments. We'd like to document how children can use the >> laptops to record the music on the instruments that we give them. We're going to have our humanitarian visit to a school on March 11th in Bangkok, Thailand. We have already received a donation of 10 classical guitars from Manuel Rodriguez in Spain, the maker of the world's most renowned flamenco guitars... Is Tam Tam easy to use for a 10 year old? Does the laptop have in internal microphone that could record guitar and/or voice? We have twenty 2-5 minute MIMA Music videos (flash and/or mpeg format) about music in different countries around the world. Could we load up these 10 laptops with this material before shipping them?