February 22

Music Tech

In music class, all students particpate in digital composition and creation assignments using a variety of online platforms.  Here are links to all those resources.

Blob Opera – You guys.  I just found this and I love this, but I have no idea how to describe it.  Just try it out.  ^-~

Sound Canvas – Draw with a pen on your screen that makes sound as you draw!

Body Synth – Turn your body into a musical instrument that makes music as you move!

Chromebook Keyboard Shortcuts – A growing presentation showing various keyboard shortcuts on our chromebooks.

Isle of Tune – Build a town where everything makes its own music.

Typedrummer – Turn your words and sentences into beats.

108 – Place lines and dots on a circle to make minimalist beats.

Blokdust – Use bloks to generate tones and pass them through effects, creating melodies, beats and soundscapes.

IncrediboxDrag different shaped symbols on top of the “Steves” to create complex loops of music.

Patatap – A resource for individual sounds and an excellent mindfulness tool!  Tap squares (or keys) to create artistic patterns and sounds.

Flat – Online music writing software we’re using in 4th and 5th.  My account that we’re using is only for in class projects.  You will have to create your own free account if you want to use it at home.

Online Sequencer – Compose your own music using a large grid format.

Chrome Music Lab – Various different tools made by Google to create and explore music.

Soundtrap – The music creation software that we are using in 3rd-5th to create songs and short musical pieces.  Be sure to log in with your school google account.

Virtual Piano – Well…it’s a piano.

Sampulator – Another launchpad-esque website.

Splice – Grid style beat maker.