Soundtrap is quite possibly the first online music recording studio to work across all operating systems (Mac, iOS, Android, Windows and Chromebook), where you can collaborate with music makers from all around the world in an easy-to-use browser, cloud-based system. Music and podcasts can be started in the classroom on a laptop and continued on iPad, or smartphone. It provides an easy-to-use platform for all levels of musical interest and ability for K-12 through higher education. First releasing its product in June 2015, Soundtrap quickly expanded its consumer user base to more than half a million users in 200 countries. The company rolled out an education version of its widely praised product, after having already been named “The Best Website for Teaching & Learning 2015” by the American Association of School Librarians. Soundtrap is currently in use in more than 1,000 schools. It is also a Google for Education partner and its recording studio was included in Google for Education’s “Creative Apps for Chromebooks.” They signed an agreement with SYNNEX Corporation, one of the largest edtech distributors in North America, making this the first and only music education solution within the SYNNEX portfolio. Learn more.
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