Bind Printed Music and Turn Wrinkled Sheet Music into Something Beautiful
I’ve been asked several times over the last few months about how to keep student’s printed music (from studio licenses) from looking like a wrinkled, chocolate-stained mess. It’s a valid question and I thought it would be fun to answer it in a video!
After you watch, be sure to scroll down for a FREE set of covers!
Here’s What Is Mentioned in the How To Bind Printed Music Video:
GBC Binding Machine – I feel like I’ve gotten my investment back many times over because I can use this for assignment journals, summer camps, Rhythm Menagerie, and more. It’s easy to open and close and even re-open to add things. I believe it is the best tool to bind printed music for yourself.
GBC Binding Spines 5/16 inch – These are slightly smaller than what I show in the video. They store 45 sheets of paper
GBC Binding Spines 1/2 inch – These are the ones that I show in the video. They store 85 sheets of paper.
Cover Stock Parchment Paper – You can also find this at Staples and other office supply stores.
Here is some of our most popular digital studio licensed music (they also come as prints). Purchase the studio license for each piece and you can make as many prints as you need for your students as long as you teach!