Music has progressed vastly over the past 50 years with new genres and music making techniques emerging as well as computers completely changing the way music is made. However, music is still taught in classrooms the same way it was 50 years ago. This project looks to offer children an insight into how digital songs are made through tangible objects. The project is aimed at children between Foundation (Prep) and Grade 2 between the ages of 5-8. It will aim to help children to improve their music skills and reach specific benchmarks as set out by the Australian Curriculum. Benchmarks for children at the end of Grade 2 include; becoming aware of rhythm, pitch, form, and structure, exploring sounds as they learn to listen to and make music and learning to move and perform with beat and tempo. The project aims to assist children in learning these skills as well as teaching them the basics of electronic music making in a fun and educational manner.