Thursday, June 11, 2015

Compose Yourself By Think Fun Review

Become a composer with Think Fun's Compose Yourself. You can start writing original music in minutes!

You can purchase Compose Yourself on Amazon for $19.99, but it's on sale for $14.99!

How Compose Yourself Works: 

1. Open the box. There are 60 cards that can be flipped, and/or rotated, 1 mesh bag, and instructions. 


2. Arrange the cards to make a very cool pattern for your composition. 


3. Go online to make an account (an adult needs to help with this). Type in your individual code that you got with your cards. You will be prompted to make an account.


4. Enter each of the card codes that are on your music cards (found on the upper corner of each card). You have to enter 4 music cards. You can enter up to 16 music cards. This is where it gets fun! The cards can be rotated, flipped, or exchanged to get different music scores.


5. Title, and play your music. Mica was funny, and titled his Peaceful Aliens are Coming! You can play the music Marimba, Orchestra, or Both. You can flip cards, or exchange cards until you are happy with the your music score. 


6. You can print your music to play it on your instrument, download it as an MP3, or share it on a social media account. You can even email it out to impress your friends and family!


This has got to be one of the coolest things I've ever reviewed. I'm going to send some links on Compose Yourself to the boy's music teacher. I just love that there's so many ways to play the music you composed. You don't have to be a music genius to play with this, or you can be.


Mica said, "Mom can I keep this instead of put it away for a birthday or Christmas gift." He knows me too well. I'm letting Mica and Isaak keep this one out to use.



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6 comments:

Theresa Mahoney said...

This sounds so fun. I bet both of my girls would love this!

Ai Sakura said...

that's very cool! I always thought music composition was really difficult but this makes it so much more accessible.

Masshole Mommy said...

That sounds pretty neat. My oldest would like this. He took drum lessons for 5 years :)

Joanna @Makingmine said...

This is such a cool idea! I've never seen anything like it!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I have an adult stepson that I bet would like doing this.

~ Noelle said...

That sounds pretty fun!!!

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