ACM Announces: Soundtrap Trial for Diploma Students

22 Jan 2021

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ACM is excited to be trialling Soundtrap, the first cloud-based Digital Audio Workstation, acquired by Spotify in 2017. Named “Music Education Solution of the Year” at the 2020 EdTech Breakthrough Awards, Soundtrap allows users to collaborate online and produce music anywhere in the world, with options to join projects by music genres. ACM has initiated an exciting trial with our Diploma students and we look forward to getting feedback on how they get on with this pioneering online technology very soon.

Showcasing Soundtrap with Tutors Shea and Marwan

Diploma students who are interested in getting involved with Soundtrap can now sign-in via Canvas. Simply click ‘Soundtrap’ on the left-hand panel and follow the instructions.

ACM Tutors Ashwin Seegobin and Marwan El-Bergamy will also be hosting online sessions with Diploma students to help them better understand Soundtrap – now bookable via myACM!

Having taken an initial look, Diploma students are excited for the potential collaboration across the programme and are looking forward to using Soundtrap both in the classroom and in their own time.

ACM Senior Lecturer, Adam Pain

This collaborative and pioneering technology has come about at a time when students need it most. A fantastic platform which our Diploma students can make full use of.

ACM CEO, Richard Connell

Make some noise, explore a new sound, create a song or collaborate with others. Welcome to the collective of passionate creators, whether you already are one or aspire to become one.


For more information, please visit the Soundtrap website.

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