MusicFirst Classroom is a comprehensive learning management system dedicated to music education. It combines learning management software with engaging curriculum content and powerful integrated software to help teachers monitor student progress, make lesson plans, and create assignments.
You can choose your software to include as part of MusicFirst Classroom. Focus on Sound (standard edition) is included in your base package.
MusicFirst Classroom allows you to choose your own software applications. Explore our range below and build your own custom solution.
O-Generator is simple, engaging music software that enables students to compose and learn using popular and world music styles. O-Generator makes music accessible to all students, of all abilities. It engages students by using music that engages them! Now also available as a free iPad iOS App from the App Store (subscription required).
PracticeFirst™, powered by MatchMySound™, is a truly affordable way to allow your students to practise anytime, anywhere, on most internet-enabled devices. Students receive instantaneous & intuitive feedback, allowing them to gain meaningful insights into the quality of their practice and accelerate their achievement. Perfect for band, orchestra, choral, and solo instrumental & vocal practice, PracticeFirst gives music teachers easy-to-use tools for creating assignments.
Build your cloud-based sheet music library. Upload all of your PDF files and organize them into setlists. Ideal for band scores; group multiple parts within the same folder to find them quickly.
Your music library is stored in the Newzik cloud, allowing you to access it on any device.
Aural and Theory Training
Through the MusicFirst platform, we have been able to overcome the challenges of remote learning, and high-quality learning is now accessible 24/7. Teachers are continually developing exciting learning opportunities through the seamless integration of the platform into our entire curriculum model.”
Alex Green, Director of Music and Subject Lead for Music – DRET
The opportunity to facilitate regular pupil practice of listening, as well as key theory skills, in a way that is manageable in terms of workload is having a significant positive impact on pupil progress. We are excited to continue improving our curriculum, better using and embedding this technology to support teaching and learning.”
Annie Arguropulo-Palmer, Former Subject Leader - University of Birmingham School