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PRESTO
Grab-and-go activities to
to enrich your classes
$50 / PER UNIT
  • ✅    3-5 activities per unit
        Step by step instructions
    ✅    Facilitation guides
    ✅    Resources & templates
  • ✅    Access to LTM support (we're here for your success)


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RONDO
All 16 Units of Music Tech
activities + support
$400 / PER YEAR
  • ✅    All 16 sequenced units
    ✅    50+ activities
        Step by step instructions
    ✅    Facilitation guides
    ✅    Resources & templates
  • ✅    Dedicated support
    ✅    Live onboarding & training 

MAESTRO
All 16 Units of activities
+ VIP support
$600 / PER YEAR
  • ✅    All 16 sequenced units
    ✅    50+ activities
        Step by step instructions
    ✅    Facilitation guides
    ✅    Resources & templates 
  • ✅    Dedicated support
    ✅    Live onboarding & training 
  • ✅    1:1 personalized coaching
    ✅    Weekly support check-ins  

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“Watching the creativity of my kids was AWESOME!!!! I’m not kidding when I said I teared up engaging with them again. Thanks for that, truly!”
Todd Tinsley
Band Director, Hungary Creek Middle School
“LTM supported us as we figured it out, and that was huge! It was the only way I got through teaching music tech last year!”
Ariana Kramer
SCPS Music Tech and Choir

16 units with over 50 lessons & activities

A young man sings into a microphone
Unit 1
The GAME
The journey begins by creating stage personas and diving into music fundamentals.
A brass band jams on a street corner
Unit 2
The Studio
Students learn the basics of Soundtrap and collaborate to create a sound collage!
A drummer sits behind a kit
Unit 3
The RHYTHM
Players learn about rhythm by building beats with syncopation and variance!
A woman plays an electric bass
Unit 4
The STRUCTURE
Students compose and remix chord progressions and bass lines.
Close-up of keys on a Wurlitzer electric piano
Unit 5
The MELODY
Players compose melodies by remixing familiar tunes and through improvisation.
A tableau of a piano keyboard, guitar, and a digital audio workstation
Unit 6
The PIECE
Students create an original composition with rhythm, chords, bass, and melody.
podcast microphone
Unit 7
The VIDEO
Players film and edit as they create a visual experience to accompany their original work.
An audience at a rock concert with raised hands
Unit 8
The SHOW
In the finale, players and bands step into the spotlight to share their work with the class!
Close-up of keys on a Wurlitzer electric piano
Unit 9
THE FORM
Students learn ABA form, (and more), by composing music using loops and motifs.
A tableau of a piano keyboard, guitar, and a digital audio workstation
Unit 10
THE PRODUCER
Exploring careers in music, students learn the language and techniques of production.
Band members gathered on stage
Unit 11
THE PODCAST
Students pick a topic, choose a guest, and record and produce their own podcast.
An audience at a rock concert with raised hands
Unit 12
THE SCORE
Students discover the alchemy between a story arc and the emotion in their score.
Close-up of keys on a Wurlitzer electric piano
Unit 13
The FEELING
Students compose and share music to explore social emotional learning (SEL).
A tableau of a piano keyboard, guitar, and a digital audio workstation
Unit 14
The JINGLE
Students choose their 'product,' write a pitch, and compose music for a commercial.
podcast microphone
Unit 15
The STYLE
Studying history, culture, and production, students create a track in a genre they choose.
An audience at a rock concert with raised hands
Unit 16
The CHANGEs
Students explore and create chord changes, and songs that have changed the world.

The magic of musical expression - THIS can help students right now

In each project, students create together - they perform, compose, and record THEIR music, with actual and virtual instruments. As musicians, they express themselves - developing their choice and voice, and they connect - exercising SEL skills.  With direct application, they experience the craft of music, leading to a lifelong love, appreciation, and support of the arts. And for some students, learning the roles, media, and tools of modern music-making will open doors to career paths.

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