Music Lab – Music Theory Videos

Are you looking for a great tool for reinforcing all the information students take in during the short time they have with you? Music theory videos are a fun way to do this!

Two pages long, this lab guide accompanies the (free) Music Theory Videos series published here on Piano Pantry.

A compilation of 48 of the best music-theory videos I’ve found online, the video series has been divided into four leveled sets based on a rough/general order in which concepts are introduced in most piano methods.

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Music Lab – Waay

Waay is an app available on iOS that teaches music theory via four courses:

1. Melodies (free)
2. Chords ($4.99)
3. [Chord] Progressions I ($4.99)
4. [Chord] Progressions II ($4.99)

Each course is comprised of videos and interactive practice exercises.

If you use this app as part of an in-studio music lab assignment, this sheet allows students to track their individual progress in the app since they cannot “log in” to track individual progress.

This download is four pages – one page for each course.

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Music Lab – Staff Wars

Staff Wars is a note-naming app available on iOS (currently $0.99). As you can imagine, due to the play on “Star Wars,” this app is a hit for a lot of students.

While this lab only has 2 pages, there is no limit to how many times the game can be assigned. Simply reproduce the second page as needed – which is a full page of assigned boxes because it doesn’t include student directions.

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Music Lab – Rhythm Lab

Rhythm Lab is a comprehensive rhythm app available for iOS (currently $3.99). Not only does it have an extensive amount of leveled exercises, but the app will allow you to create custom rhythm patterns.

Despite the app being able to track individual progress, manual tracking using this lab sheet makes it easier to assign work and view progress without having to frequently open the app.

This download is fifteen pages long covering 59 different sets of exercises.

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Music Lab – Rhythm Cat HD

Rhythm Cat HD is a rhythm app available on iOS. If you would like to try it out, check out the free version, Rhythm Cat Lite HD.

The paid version, Rhythm Cat HD (currently $4.99), includes six stages, each with ten levels.

If you want to use this as a lab for your students, you will need the full-paid version.

This download includes two pages covering all six stages and ten levels.

If you use this app as part of an in-studio music lab assignment, this sheet allows students to track their individual progress in the app since they cannot “log in” to track individual progress.

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Music Lab – RCM Theory Bundle Prep-4

The Royal Conservatory has a series of theory apps available on iOS that correlate to their Celebrate Theory books. There are five apps: Levels Prep, 1, 2, 3, and 4.

While these apps correlate to the RCM program, you do not necessarily have to use the theory books to use the apps.

Like many apps out there, students cannot sign in to track their progress, so progress is tracked by filling out their music lab sheet.

Music Lab – Essentials of Music Theory

Essentials of Music Theory is a computer-based program published by Alfred that can be purchased on their website or on Amazon.

This download includes four lab pages covering all 18 units and 75 lessons.

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