In the latest Tips and Tricks episode, Dean from AppsEvents – which Acer is official partner for all 2018 global events – shows how Acer Chromebook Spin 11 could be easily used to play a keyboard in Soundtrap.

Soundtrap is a collaborative music studio completely accessible online, that allows you to record your own music creations, directly with any device. From the educational point of view, teachers can use Soundtrap to record lessons in the podcast format and easily share it with their classrooms.

And Acer Chromebook Spin 11 results to be a perfect device to use this online music studio at its best, thanks to the touchable screen, that makes easier and funnier to play music: tapping directly on the screen, you really feel like playing an instrument. Furthermore, Soundtrap allows you to easily share your music project with other people, just like a music band!

Watch the video below to deeply explore Soundtrap and discover how to record your own music along with your friends and collaborators on an Acer Chromebook Spin 11!

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