Just making a song

Turn up your speakers and let your musical creative genius flow with Google’s Chrome Music Lab.

If you can work a mouse, you can make music.

If you can make music well and can work a mouse, you’ll be over the top.

Choose your instrument and compose by drawing.  There are lots of other features to like changing tempo, the length of the bars, the scale, and more.

There’s so much to experiment with and you do reinforce the language of music to get the most from this Google Experiment.


The Chrome Music Lab is located here.  Make a song and share the link to it via comment.

Here’s mine!


Make sure you have your aspirin handy if you’re going to turn a class loose on this!  But do so – there’s so much learning and experimenting to be had.

If you want more, go to the complete Music Lab.

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One thought on “Just making a song”

  1. Thanks, Doug! Mr 14 just dived in, and he’s a reasonably talented music guy, so I’m intrigued to hear what he comes up with!


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