New Login Screen and Welcome Music

by Abby @ Quaver on October 28, 2015

in At Quaver HQ

Did you hear about the new features we announced Monday?

Over the next couple of days, we will be digging deeper into these new features, uncovering the details that will help enhance your teaching!

New Features #1 and #2: New Login Screen and Welcome Music. 

The new design features more colors, more characters, and more Quaver than ever! 

Not only is the new screen more pleasing to the eye, we moved a few 1’s and 0’s around to prompt the screen to remember usernames and passwords if your preferences allow. In a Bring Your Own Device or One-to-One classroom, this might help save precious minutes from the time it takes your students to log in. If your students access on shared devices, however, you can easily set your preferences so as not to store this identifying information. Let us know if you have questions about those settings!

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Once you log in, you’ll be greeted by one of 12 new welcome songs.

That’s right, we’ve taken the famous Quaver theme song and added a variety of different versions to keep things interesting for you and your students. 

  • Country
  • Jazz
  • “Otto”-tuned
  • Hip Hop
  • Acapella
  • Rock
  • Opera
  • Lullaby
  • Soul
  • 60’s Doo Wop
One of these new welcome themes is randomly played for you and your students each time you log in. Why not turn this pleasant surprise into part of the day’s lesson?

Ideas for Integrating the Quaver Login Music into your Lesson:

1) Identify Instruments

Have students practice their critical listening skills by seeing if they can differentiate each instrument in the theme song of the day.

2) Discuss Vocal Arrangement

Let your students listen and distinguish which voices are high and low or loud and soft. For older students, see if they can distinguish the harmonies and intervals of the vocal parts.

3) Make a Genre/Movement Game

As a class, categorize the different songs in to genres, and incorporate movements for each song. So whenever that song plays, they perform a movement associated with that particular theme. For example, each time the country theme is played, students might pretend they’re riding a horse at an Old West rodeo!

4) Go Cross-Curricular!

Expand on basic music ratios, and teach your students the odds of repeating a theme song or getting a particular one.

Quaver trainer Otto Gross II (a.k.a. Austin Otto) was one of the songwriters and arrangers involved in this project. Here’s what Austin Otto had to say about creating this fun, new theme songs:

This was a really fun challenge! I love knowing our users now have access and exposure, even if it is for 4-5 seconds, to so many different styles of music! It’s very exciting!


Which is your favorite version of the new Quaver login tunes?

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 christina March 4, 2016 at 4:34 pm

My kid has this


2 Mousafa June 4, 2016 at 1:47 pm

It’s good


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