MusicFirst, a learning management system designed specifically for music educators, has signed a distribution agreement with Soundtrap, an online collaborative music and podcast recording studio, to offer a cross-platform music creation solution within its portfolio aimed at educators, teachers, band, choir and orchestra directors.
The MusicFirst Online Classroom offers music teachers and their students a selection of easy-to-use, affordable, cloud-based software tools that enable music learning, creation, sharing, and exploration across devices. Soundtrap is accessible to almost every device user because it works across iOS, Android, Chromebook, Linux, Mac and Windows platforms, making it ideally suited for project-based learning and creative collaborative assignments. All projects are saved in the cloud in a safe environment, which makes Soundtrap especially suited to the classroom and ideal for MusicFirst users. Watch a short demo video here.
“We have customers working in all different spheres of music education, so it’s important for us to offer a variety of tools to address all their needs. Soundtrap will enable our classroom users to create, collaborate and publish music,” said Jim Frankel, founder of MusicFirst. “The bonus of Soundtrap is that it is a beautifully designed, easy-to-use solution. It’s only been a month and I’ve spoken to a number of customers that are already engaged and excited to get going on Soundtrap.”
“Soundtrap is ideally suited to creative music making for students and educators of every kind, so it makes sense that we should partner with MusicFirst,” said Per Emanuelson, CEO, Soundtrap. “The great part is that Soundtrap works on any device so you can start a project in the classroom on a laptop, continue to work on it using a smart phone and finish it in the evening at home on a tablet.”
The Soundtrap solution is now available to MusicFirst users for an annual subscription of $4 per user. To request a demo, visit musicfirst.com/request-demo. For more information about MusicFirst, visit www.musicfirst.com.
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