Now EVERY Student Can Be A Musician
Students have learned songs 6x times faster using CMPSR!
For most teachers, bringing technology into the music classroom can be daunting and require a lot of background knowledge. When using CMPSR and Arrownotes the whole process from setup to symphony is SIMPLE, QUICK & FUN.
Book a short demo and see why schools and arts organisations across the UK are using CMPSR and Arrownotes to introduce modern music making to their students.
Some nice words from some great people..
“Both trainers were engaging and passionate about their work.
We were given time to explore the equipment and discussed how this could be used within our school setting,
making it a very productive and meaningful session.”
– Class Teacher
Getting Creative With Learning
“During the training, our staff had an opportunity to produce their own music which was a fantastic part of the session”
– Music Teacher
Amazing Breadth Of Sounds
“The students were amazed by the range and quality of the sounds”
Incredible Instrument Access
“Great to give the students the opportunity to explore instruments from half way round the world that we otherwise couldn’t provide in school.”
Main Objectives Tackled
“The Global Sound Culture pack really tackles some of the main objectives of the Model Music Curriculum and the National Plan for Music.”
Opportunity to explore instruments
“Great to give the students the opportunity to explore instruments from half way round the world that we otherwise couldn’t provide in school.
From September, we’re planning to use the GSC pack as a central part of our composition project.”
Music Lead, Leicester
About Digit Learning
With a combined 30+ years of experience, our programmes, resources and instruments are shaped by the music industry, offering students a direct link to music, digital skills and creative opportunities.
From our award-winning inclusive instrument CMPSR® and its innovative Arrownotes® gamified notation system to our digital music learning packs we stand by our ethos of ‘Music Made Easier’.