With many music therapists now utilising telehealth to deliver music therapy, a sound understanding of music technology is more important than ever. Telehealth challenges us to develop new and innovative ways of connecting, sharing and interacting.
This Masterclass will teach participants how to use Soundtrap to create music collaboratively online with a range of population groups.
Soundtrap is a website which allows for real-time collaborative songwriting including use of loops, sound effects, audio editing and recording. Soundtrap is free and requires no equipment or software to use, it runs directly in a web-browser.
This interactive workshop will provide participants with the skills necessary to utilise online collaborative songwriting in their clinical practice.
- To achieve therapeutic goals: compose vocal, instrumental, and digital music. (CBMT Domain III. A. 5. e.)
- Utilize a varied music repertoire (e.g., blues, pop, metal, hip-hop) from a variety of cultures and eras. (CBMT Domain III. A. 5. i.)
- Develop and advance technology and interactive media skills. (CBMT Domain V. A. 7.)
Students, Entry-level professionals, Experienced professionals
Carlin McLellan is a Registered Music Therapist and music technologist. He is the founder and director of Play Anything Music Therapy. His work focuses on using technology to facilitate accessible music-making for people of all abilities.