Music Tech

Explore our Teaching Artist curated collection of free and low-cost music tech apps that support home practice and foster creativity.

Tuners and Drones

Tuners can be used to help ‘tune’ an instrument and produces a sustained sound to use as a tool for playing better ‘in tune’ during home practice.

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Cleartune ($)
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iTanpura Lite
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InsTuner (iOS)

Browser-Based Music Programs

Music-making online can be fun and free with these popular browser-base music applications

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Chrome Music 
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Beast Box
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Hook Theory


Metronomes can be used to keep a steady beat while you practice. Here are a few low-cost apps for your mobile device.

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Drum Loops
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Fun Music Apps

Use one of these music apps to keep your home practice fun and entertaining while you play your instrument.

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String Racer
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Staff Wars
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Drum Beats +

Scales and Sightreading

Scales are the basic language of music and it's important to practice daily. Keep your scale practice fun with one of these apps.

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String Scales
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Scale Tracks
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Sight Reading Factory
The Monster Musician Reader
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Check out these online resources to expand your musical knowledge.

Wide World of Music
(Recommended by Avery)
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Tab Theory

Virtual Learning Platforms

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Create a Zoom Account

Music Education

Play the most important part in our orchestra community!

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