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9 Free Sites for Making Music and Exploring Sounds Online!  


  1. Incredibox: Make and record awesome beats by putting shirts on cartoon men.

Www.incredibox.com

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2. Drumbit Drum machine: Make grid patterns to create your own drum beat.

http://drumbit.pluraldev.com

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3. Super Looper: Make and record your own loop patterns using your keyboard.  Super fun!

http://superlooper.universlabs.co.uk


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4. Chrome Music Lab: Experiment with sounds and make simple beats and melodies.

https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com


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5. Lullatone: Make a beautiful and serene rain piece, drop by drop.

http://www.lullatone.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/raindrop.swf


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6. Patatap: Make music using your computer keyboard or phone screen.  Swipe/space to change sounds sets.

http://www.patatap.com


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7. Tune Transcriber: upload an mp3 or YouTube video and adjust the speed, pitch, add markers and loops.  Ukulele players could use this to adjust popular songs so that they are more “play along-able.”

https://www.tunetranscriber.com


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8. Toy Theatre Music: Four different easy composition games.  Use notes, letters, or pictures to create your song.

http://www.toytheater.com/music.php


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9. Music + Math, Science, and Language Arts: many activities that use music with other subject areas.  Fun games and lots of information exploring the science of sound.  

http://www.philtulga.com/resources.html

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