Everyone Can Create Music With iPad Student Album on Apple Music (and other streaming music services)

Our Everyone Can Create Music With iPad course was a product of the pandemic. I developed the idea when scrambling to come up with elective music courses. I'll be glad to share more details about the curriculum of the course a bit later if anyone is interested.

Each Fall and Summer (Spring+Summer Edition) since, we have been releasing albums of student final projects - with their permission, of course - on Apple Music and other streaming platforms. The majority of these students have never created music before and learn the fundamentals of music through creating projects such as podcasts, drum beats, remixes, and songs. They are incredibly proud to showcase their work, as am I.

You can find our latest release on Apple Music here:


Please let me know if you have questions about this course or any comments on student projects that I might share with their creators.

Stay creative! 😎


Polaroid photo of the Spring+Summer 2023 Everyone Can Create Music With iPad Album cover.
Image thanks to DistroKid.

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Posted on July 05, 2023

I ❤️ a good GarageBand for iPad story... combine that with a compilation album full of student work and 90's mix tape vibes - I'm sold! It's amazing to hear all the different styles and creations from your students. And I especially appreciate that for most, this is their first go at creating music. But what really wins me over is the publication piece. It provides such a valuable and rewarding experience for any learner and hopefully encourages them to create more.

Congrats to your musicians. 🙌🏻

Thanks so much for sharing, Donald! 🎧🎵🎛️

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