MakeMusic Cloud has different levels of access depending on your role in the platform. You can learn the differences between Administrator and Teacher roles as well as Student and Teacher access levels below.
The main purpose of the Administrator role is to manage the MakeMusic Cloud platform. Creating an account with only Administrator access does not take up any paid seats on the MakeMusic Cloud platform. This means that school administrators, department chairs, or IT teams have easy access to view and edit access for all users on the MakeMusic Cloud platform. It is possible to connect to MakeMusic Cloud as both an Administrator and a Teacher.
An Administrator can view all current Administrators and invite users to connect as Administrators. Administrators can also view all current Teachers, invite new Teachers, and allocate paid Teacher subscriptions.
Administrators have oversight on all classes created on their MakeMusic Cloud platform. This means that Administrators can view classes created by Teachers, as well as the Students who are enrolled in those classes. Administrators can edit class access and individual Student access.
There are three levels of access available for Teachers: Free Access, Sight Reading Studio, and All Access.
Free Access Teachers can create Free Classes, enroll students, and create assignments from our Free Selections category in MakeMusic Cloud. Free Access Teachers do not consume a paid Teacher seat on the MakeMusic Cloud platform. There is no limit to the number of Teachers who can connect to a MakeMusic Cloud platform with Free Access.
Teachers with Sight Reading Studio subscriptions can create Free or Sight Reading classes, enroll students, and can generate, practice, and share Sight Reading Studio exercises. They can also create assignments from our Free Selections category in MakeMusic Cloud. To assign Sight Reading Studio content or their own compositions to their class, they will need an All Access subscription.
All Access Teachers can use all the teaching tools available in MakeMusic Cloud like the Compose Tool and Sight Reading Studio. Additionally, they can create Free, Paid, or Sight Reading Classes. See the Student Access section below for information regarding the different Class and Student Access levels.
An Administrator or Teacher can allocate Print seats to connected Teachers (with Teacher subscriptions) and Students enrolled in a Paid class. With a Print subscription, a teacher or student can print for their personal use any printable title from the MakeMusic Cloud library. Printable titles can be found by searching the interactive or digital Music Catalog with the Printable filter selected.
A student's access is based on their class's type. Students can be enrolled in multiple classes with different access levels; however, a Student will only ever consume one seat. The seat consumed will be the highest access level to which the Student is connected. There are four different access levels available for Students: Free, Sight Reading Studio, Full, and Print (an add-on to the Full subscription).
Free Access is given to Students only enrolled in Free Classes. Students with this access level can open content on their own from the Free Selections category of the MakeMusic Cloud library or have content from the Free Selections category assigned to them.
Sight Reading Studio access is given to students enrolled in Sight Reading Classes. Students with Sight Reading Studio access can open content on their own from the Free Selections category of the MakeMusic Cloud library, and can generate, practice, and share their own Sight Reading Studio exercises. If enrolled in a class with an All Access Teacher, students with Sight Reading Studio can complete Sight Reading Studio assignments.
Full Access is given to Students enrolled in Paid Classes. Students with this access level can open content on their own, or be assigned any content from the MakeMusic Cloud Library, Sight Reading Studio, or Uploaded Content.
Print Access allows a student to print out music to work with offline.
When a student joins a Student-Funded Paid or Sight Reading class, they will be prompted to purchase a Student or Sight Reading subscription if they do not already have an active subscription. Students who have already purchased an All Access subscription on their own can join Paid classes, explore, and open any title from the MakeMusic Cloud library. For more information, see Purchasing an All Access subscription.
Administrators can view the current subscriptions that are in use on the MakeMusic Cloud platform by hovering over the Navigation Bar on the left side of the screen and selecting Admin. The Platform page appears and displays the number of subscriptions that are currently in use.