1 on 1 Online Coaching for Teachers on Remote Music Collaboration Tools and Strategies

Learn how to set up and successfully implement virtual studio-based remote music collaboration in your classroom

Discover how to successfully use specialised Remote Music Collaboration tools in your classroom so you can introduce your students to new production and collaboration techniques without wasting your time on strategies and tools that don’t work!

This coaching workshop is for you if...

You would like to expand your professional practice and learn how select, set up and successfully implement music collaboration software solutions in your classroom.

You want to establish the most effective collaborative process for your students and learn about opportunities to crowdsource the global musical talent.

You want to discuss collaborative music technologies for established DAWs or existing hardware/software set up that is used at your school.

Your school delivers music production, recording or performance classes.

Course Summary

This workshop is suitable for teachers working across all educational levels (from primary to mature age) and across short as well structured, degree-level courses in tertiary institutes and universities.

What will you gain?

You will receive personalised help taking into account your specific needs and requirements. This can range from technical set up requirements, music production needs of your learners as well as specific needs of your company.
After discussing technology solutions that suit your students and analysing the needs of your learners, I will prepare a detailed report outlining software and hardware strategies that are most suitable to your circumstances and needs. I will explain advantages, risks and challenges of available options, and, if required, help you with the technical set up and troubleshooting. I can also outline what types of assessments can be suitable to get the most out of the collaborative tools.  

Enrollment requires  3 steps:

1. Please contact me using the booking link below (where you can send me an email or book a free Zoom call) and explain what you teach and what you would like to discuss.
2. I will respond with a series of more detailed questions that will allow me to fully understand your situation and the needs of your learners.
3. After hearing your response to these more detailed questions, I will send you a quote for the service with a link to book a session time where you will be able to choose from multiple time slots suitable to your time zone.

If you have any other questions about this offer or would like to discuss it in more detail, please don’t hesitate to contact me!

I look forward to working with you and helping you in implementing remote music collaboration tools in your school.  


The session is conducted via Zoom, which allows to demonstrate musical examples and show a detailed visual overview of the discussed software. Questions can be asked during the workshop live via Zoom.

For more straightforward setups, I can present a workable strategy during just one 60-90min Zoom session. However, depending on the complexity of your request and the required set up or support needs, I am open to schedule as many sessions as required.

Yes, you will receive a detailed, written plan of action that will be developed especially for you. It will include suitable software and hardware strategies, their advantages, risks and alternatives. 

Absolutely, I am more than happy to deliver group coaching and professional development sessions.

Yes, everyone who completes this coaching will receive an official, digital certificate of completion. Optionally, paper copies can be also mailed to you.

"Martin’s deep knowledge of online collaborative music tools was inspiring for both staff and students alike. He was able to answer all questions with a sound understanding of their context. School of Music Collaboration courses are suitable for all levels of compositional skill. As musicians are by nature collaborative, Martin shows many techniques, tips and tricks that are of use to those seeking meaningful online creation of music and sound." 

Kent Macpherson
Senior academic staff member, composition and production, School of Media Arts, Wintec. Composer, performer, Producer, Researcher

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