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Screenshot of the OrchLab Soundmaker, Percussion. It has a purple background with blue graphics of different orchestral percussion instruments

OrchLab Soundmakers are a set of web-browser based instruments that you can use on a computer, tablet or mobile phone. The instruments available are called Circles, Squares, Percussion and Lines. Below you can find a video which introduces Percussion to you. Feel free to use this as a starting point and then be as creative

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Screenshot of the OrchLab Soundmaker, Squares. This has alternating yellow and blue squares in a 3x3 grid with different note names on it.

OrchLab Soundmakers are a set of web-browser based instruments that you can use on a computer, tablet or mobile phone. The instruments available are called Circles, Squares, Percussion and Lines. Below you can find a video which introduces Squares to you. Feel free to use this as a starting point and then be as creative

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Screenshot of the OrchLab Soundmaker, Circles. This has an orange background with 6 pink circles with different note names on it.

OrchLab Soundmakers are a set of web-browser based instruments that you can use on a computer, tablet or mobile phone. The instruments available are called Circles, Squares, Percussion and Lines. Below you can find a video which introduces Circles to you. Feel free to use this as a starting point and then be as creative

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Before you get started… Here are a few practical tips that the OrchLab team have found can make a big difference to participant engagement and enjoyment during our music-making sessions. It’s important to consider who is participating in the group, the ways they communicate, how they might use an instrument and how they process information. 

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OrchLab Soundmakers include four online instruments – Circles, Squares, Percussion and Lines – which you can play with the bottom row of a computer keyboard or by using a touch screen device.  Overview OrchLab Soundmakers work on both computers and devices with touch screen (e.g. tablet, mobile phone). You can use either touchscreen or a

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We’ve hidden some of the instruments you might find in an orchestra in the wordsearch below. Can you find all 12 of them? If you want to learn more about some of the instruments we’ve featured, have a look at the OrchMap where you can find explanation videos from the musicians from the London Philharmonic

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