Sky's Music World


Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sound Scientist Demo Video


Sound Scientists Sky and Rachelle create improvised songs and dance games with live audiences at daycares, schools, special events and birthday parties. Our mission is to show audiences that the sounds around them can be made into songs with a few creative ideas and the click of a button. 
Our sound scientists use the Boss RC-505 Loop-Station to create improvised songs using beat-boxing, singing, instruments, phone apps and random items 
(elastic bands, water bottles, whoopee cushions, pots and pans, etc.). Each visit combines demonstration, participation and collaboration resulting in a “Make-A-Song” that is posted as “AUDIO ONLY” on our YouTube channel.

Enrichment Visit Breakdown 
1 Hour - 90 Min - 2 Hour  -  Flat Price By Time, Audience Size Does Not Effect Price
The Sound Scientist will arrive approx. 15 min Before Show to Setup.

Live, Interactive Activities Based On Age Range and Audience Size:
Mixed Age Groups (All Ages)
Toddler (age 1–3)
Preschooler (age 4–6)
School-aged (age 6–11)
Adolescent (age 12–18)
Adult (age 18-Senior)

Example/Sample SMW Set List
Intro / Jamonstration - Demonstrate how the Loop-Station works by improvising a song with random household items.
The Human Jukebox - Age range based song activity (Kid Classics, Popular Hits and Top 40 Songs).
Repeat After Me - A series of singing, beat-boxing and sound making exercises.
Make-A-Song with Audience Suggestions - Superheroes, foods, colours, activies, movies, games, animals, random words, etc...
Audience Singing/Chanting Audio Record - Record the audience singing/chanting to add to the song we create.
Dance Along - A diverse mix of modern music from around the world with original dance games based on ages.
Meditation - A guided breathing and relaxation exercise set to an improvised instrumental creation.
Q and A - Ask the Sound Scientist questions as he/she breaks down equipment and gear.


Sky the Sound Scientist

Sky has been singing since he was 3 years old, gifted with an uncanny ability to memorize song lyrics, t.v. show themes and commercials. His parents were concert producers that introduced him to local singers and Karaoke contests; insuring his world was saturated with the joy that music brings. Sky also started writing poetry in his early teens for various online peer review poetry sites and was awarded FanStory's Script Writer of the Year 2005 for a musical screenplay. Sky became a children’s entertainer in 2007, performing from Ontario to Nunavut as Spider-man, Batman, Clown, Jedi, Pirate and other characters. In 2010 Sky appeared on Dragon’s Den (producing a series of relaxation Cd's) and in 2012 he performed as a member of the Famous People Players black-light theater troupe. Sky spent four years beat-boxing for Canada’s longest running collegiate a capella ensemble, WIBI (York University) affording him the privilege of performing multiple times with the world renown ‘Cadence’ (quartet).

Rachelle the Sound Scientist

Rachelle grew up in a family of artists, and discovered her love of music when she began piano lessons at the age of six. Her love of performing expanded as she became involved in choirs, jazz bands (flute), percussion ensembles, plays, and musicals up to post secondary, where she then graduated from the University of Toronto Mississauga and Sheridan College’s joint program for Theatre and Drama Studies. Rachelle has been working as a professional children’s entertainer for over five years, beginning her journey when she first joined the Entertainment Staff at Storybook Gardens (in London Ontario), where she honed her skills in puppetry, mascoting, character acting, balloon twisting, and musical theatre performance. In her Sound Scientist shows, she loves to explore the music of different languages, cultures, and time periods while providing a positive, interactive atmosphere that encourages the creativity of her audience.

Make-A-Song Wall
Sky's Music World YouTube Channel

The songs created during the Make-A-Song portion of live enrichment visits are completed at the Sky's Music World YouTube production studio. Each song undergoes a second jam and computer production process before being uploaded to YouTube. The audience can listen to the songs we made together by visiting the YouTube channel (with their parents). We also provide direct links via email.