Hiring blog writers for Midnight Music!

Do you have a music technology-related idea, tip, resource or lesson that you’d like to share with other passionate music teachers?   

We’re looking for high quality articles written by music educators and music industry members that offer value to the readers of the Midnight Music blog.  It doesn’t matter if you’re a techno-wizard or a beginner – if you have had some success integrating technology into your music teaching, or you have a unique music technology in education idea we’d love to hear from you.  

If you would like to apply for the role, please read on for details and then fill out the form at the bottom of this page.  


About the Midnight Music blog and community

The readers of the Midnight Music blog represent an enthusiastic community of music educators who want to discover ways to use technology effectively and meaningfully in their teaching. They love to learn tips and tricks, explore new apps and software and above all, hear about successful music lesson ideas that involve technology.

The focus of the blog is providing meaningful technology advice and professional learning for music teachers.

Some of the recent popular blog posts on Midnight Music:

  1. 5 of the Best Note Naming Apps
  2. How Do I Get Started with Macs and PCs in the Music Classroom
  3. Cool Online Instruments and Games for the Music Classroom
  4. The Guide to Composing Music for Video Games

Why write for Midnight Music?

  • You will be paid per article!
  • Writers work 100% remotely and from home; work on your own schedule!
  • Your article will be read by thousands of music educators from all over the world
  • Your article will be published in the Midnight Music newsletter (sent to more than 30,000 music teachers) and social media accounts
  • Expand your online network
  • Help lots of other appreciative music teachers by sharing your music tech in education ideas

What we ARE looking for

  • Content that is useful, relevant, current, actionable and easy to follow. Our readers LOVE step-by-step lesson ideas they can use in class straight away
  • Articles around 1,200 – 1,500 words in length
  • High quality, well-researched and unique content
  • Proofread, formatted, structured and clear
  • Follows our Writer’s Guideline and Blog Voice guide (will be given to you!)
  • Ideally real-life examples and practical stories of how you have implemented teachings in your classroom with screenshots or pictures to accompany the post!
  • Articles that feature popular, common or easily-accessible apps, software and websites
  • Articles that are original and not already published elsewhere
  • Lesson plans, tutorials and tips are among the most popular articles on the website

What we’re NOT looking for

  • We’re not looking for articles that have already been published elsewhere
  • We’re not looking for articles on topics that have already been covered on Midnight Music (unless you have a new perspective or unique spin on the topic)  

Click here to apply to be a Midnight Music writer!


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