Make amazing music in ALL classrooms for ALL students! Really!

Image of the Beamz Music system with two hands moving through laser beams

Imagine your students making unbelievable sounding music by simply moving their hands through laser beams!

  • Play in a group or on their own
  • Record and share their performances
  • With no complicated learning curve to get started – for them or for you!

Meet the Beamz Interactive Music System and read on for more info about how it's great for all students in every classroom. From primary students right through to budding DJs in secondary school music classrooms (using extra DJ programming software included but not necessary for basic outa-the-box operation).

What about kids in special ed? Perfect! Many features are built right into the Beamz system to support their additional needs.

Don’t just take our word for it. See it in action here by watching Christian, the guy on the left in the video below, working the Beamz at the Opening Session of the Inclusive Learning Technologies Conference 2014 in May. He creates a variety of backing rhythms alongside Kevin on guitar and Lee on GarageBand on his iPad. Seriously cool fun!

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About Barbara Landsberg

Sales and Marketing Director
BOccThy, MBA

Barbara is an Occupational Therapist who joined the Spectronics team 14 years ago. Prior to that time, she spent 17 years in occupational therapy positions working with adults and children with a variety of physical disabilities and learning difficulties. She also held the position of Coordinator of the assistive technology service of the Independent Living Centre of Queensland for three years before moving to Spectronics. On completion of her Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in 2010, she assumed the role of Sales and Marketing Director at the company and, among other roles, oversees running of the exciting and innovative Inclusive Learning Technologies Conference hosted every two years by Spectronics.

Barbara has a strong interest in the opportunities for students with disabilities or learning difficulties made possible through technology. She is also a passionate advocate of the use of social media tools to promote the power of inclusive learning technologies to enable independent achievement for all – whatever form that achievement might take.

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