Want to bring Project Rhythm to your school? The School Plan comes with all of the same great Project Rhythm curriculum materials found in the Teacher Plan plus up to 5 Teacher Plan discount codes, up to 50 Student Plan discount codes for students, access to reduced equipment pricing, and 4 support webinars for your school’s Project Rhythm teaching team.
"Project Rhythm helps me get out of my shell… it’s like wow, I can do this? I can play the piano, I can write songs. It gives me confidence. It’s a really great experience."
- Tamika, Project Rhythm Student
Who Is This For?
Ages: 10 - 18
Grades: 5th - 12th
- The course doesn't require any previous music or tech knowledge to facilitate
- Works with Chromebooks, PCs, Macs, and all tablets
- Aligns with Common Core, SEL, STEAM and ISTE standards
- No formal music training required for students
- Timothy Ryan, Staff, Camp AmeriKids
Welcome to Project Rhythm Video
A multi-price-level equipment list
A signal flow guide to help you troubleshoot equipment setup
13 Lesson Videos
Teacher assessment questions
Your students will learn:
Lesson 1: Establishing a Working Environment
Lesson 2: How to Use Soundtrap Recording Platform
Lesson 3: Critical Listening
Lesson 4: Assigning Roles
Lesson 5: How to Make a Beat
Lesson 6: Lyric Writing
Lesson 7: Recording Vocals
Lesson 8: Song Arrangement
Lesson 9: Culture Reflected & Transformed Through Music
Lesson 10: Mixing Songs
Lesson 11: Advanced Production & Song Critique
Lesson 12: Exporting Songs
Lesson 13: Performing Your Songs
"At first, I didn’t want to write because I wasn’t good at it, but I learned and I helped write the chorus to a song. I also didn’t know about technical stuff, but now I do. And when people had different ideas we would try it different ways and there wasn’t any arguing. There’s nothing you should change about it, it’s great."
- Stephanie, Project Rhythm Student
Get started now!
Project Rhythm brings a new kind of music method to your classroom. It teaches students how to collaboratively produce their own music in groups and is a fun way for students to take charge of the learning process. Project Rhythm is a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to uplifting youth through music. After 10 years of direct programming, Project Rhythm’s method is now available as an online curriculum.