From elementary schools to Boston's Berklee College of Music, a revolution is quietly taking place in music education. With the help of electronic music software, students who don't even play an instrument now can compose songs or even an entire symphony--learning more about music theory in the process than ever before possible.

Electronic music software allows teachers to take music education to a whole new level of interactivity. Using programs such as GarageBand, which comes pre-installed on all Apple computers, and Reason, by the Swedish software company Propellerhead, students at all levels of instruction


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