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Chrome Music Lab for Science, Music and more

By March 14, 2016One Comment

Want to experiment with music? Teach the Physics of sound? Take a look at Chrome Music Lab. Freely available via there are a number of tools there to help teach everything from rhythm to oscillation to soundwaves to spectograms and much more besides.

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As you can see from the above screenshot, the idea is to help make music a bit more accessible.

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One tool measures the strength of your voice. One story I read via the Google Educators group is simply brilliant. A support teacher has been using the spectogram with a child to help measure the strength of their voice. Fantastic.

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Change the frequency of the oscillator to hear how it effects the sound

Have a look (and a play) for yourself. It’s brilliant. I cannot however help how much time you may spend there looking at the great tools that come with the music lab.


Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson, @ICTEvangelist. Click here to learn more.

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