Music is a beautiful way of expressing one's self or communicating with another. In fact, lots of people first learn about other cultures from exposure to their music. If you get down to it, talking in general in any language could sound a lot like singing to someone else. Other than representing an enjoyable form of expression, it's been theorized that music is an important part of our development (Schulkin and Raglan 2014).
In the example below, one of our younger students got real creative this time and made a modified version of the playable keyboard program he learned the other day. Feel free to give it a try and let out your inner Beethoven~
Blue Button: Click to make the keyboard a higher pitch
Pink Button: Click to make the keyboard a lower pitch
Stamp Button: Click to play a pre-recorded tempo created by the Student
Alien Ships: Click to play a tone like on a Piano or Keyboard
Schulkin, Jay, and Greta B. Raglan. 2014. "The evolution of music and human social capability." Frontiers. September 17. Accessed September 7, 2018. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnins.2014.00292/full.