Audiojunkie Music Education, Free Music Downloads, Academic Studies
I have worked with many organisations, including:
Music has the power to change lives, connect people, feed our emotions, develop our language, help us express ourselves and to drive economic and social change.
Having been captivated by music from a very young age I can appreciate the immense value learning about it can bring. This has driven my last 18 years educating others.
Proficient at working with learners ranging from early years to adulthood I can provide;
In-person or online - Whole-class, Group and One-to-one Music Education, Music Production & Technology, Real Instruments, Singing & Voice, Music Activities.
Training - Skills Development, Conferences Team Building.
Consultancy - Project Development, Project Management, Specialist Advice & Guidance, Strategic Planning.
I have a wealth of experience working with Children in Challenging Circumstances (CCC), SEND groups, youth and adult offenders, targeted and at-risk groups and pupil referral students. I am fully DBS checked and subscribe to their update service, as well as having public liability cover in place. Contact me today to find out more.
Scientific research has proven the effectiveness that music has in supporting a person’s academic development.
However, many young people still don’t have access to an instrument or the tools needed to get started. This is why I have created a selection of tutorials, based around my favourite FREE online music making resources.
Download the tutorials FREE below and start your own musical journey, or inspire your learners with nothing more than the device you are accessing this website from.
Inspire your learners with these FREE teaching resources
Using an online step sequencer to create basic drum patterns
Using an online sampler to perform musical phrases and rhythms
Using beatbox loops to learn about layering sounds
Compostion techniques using a free online resource
Basic song structures. The building blocks of making music
Get creative by adding effects to your instruments and vocals
The Frequency Project
The Frequency Project was a music technology project I delivered that was designed to narrow the attainment gap for targeted children, in particular those entitled to pupil premium funds.
Education & Research
My music delivery has been the focus of several academic research studies. Here you can read about project Y Nott which was undertaken by the University of Nottingham.