A safe environment.
With Soundation Education your students and classes get their own digital space which is safe and controlled. Data is protected and collaboration can only occur within teacher-controlled groups. Soundation Education is compliant with COPPA, FERPA, and GDPR.
Free for students.
To keep it simple and minimize administrative costs for you, students get Soundation Education for free and we only charge your school based on the number of teachers.
A music tool for everyone.
Soundation is available for elementary school, high school, college of music, or higher programs in music education. Our online studio runs well on low-spec computers and most of the processing is handled in the cloud, all that’s required is a Google Chrome och Microsoft Edge browser. No installation is needed.
Collaborate in groups.
Soundation Education lets you work in groups remotely in the same studio project at the same time or separately. It’s like Google Docs, but for music production.
Seamless integration with Google Classroom.
Quickly get started by importing your classes directly from Google Classroom. Streamline your teaching process and manage your music assignments within the familiar Google Classroom ecosystem.
Make a beat in seconds.
Beat-making has never been more intuitive. Make a full beat, all in one place by adding and removing blocks. Access professionally made kits or make your own by dragging in audio files.
Record and edit audio.
Record vocals and live instruments directly into Soundation. Use our audio editing tools to clean up or mess up the audio in creative ways.
and audio effects.
Use professionally crafted presets or create sounds with easy-to-use drum machines, samplers, and synthesizers. Shape your sound with audio effects like reverb, delay, parametric EQ, and compression.
20,000+ loops and samples.
Drag and drop royalty-free audio samples from a vast library. Find inspiring drum beats, basslines, and melodies in all styles.
- Bittersweet butter
- Future rnb
- Junglist sensation
- Sunset drive
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