In today’s society, the human race is hustling to stay current with the uprise in technology. One of the latest uproars has been the creative outlets found with Ableton Live. This digital audio workstation, according to The Guardian, although not “immediately accepted” by schools yet, is a hardware that can teach “creativity without requiring the skills and years of piano lessons, and their making something cool.” This article that I came across strikes controversy right off the bat from its title: “Can Electronic Music Revolutionize School Music Lessons?” It discusses the slow switchover from traditional classic-based curriculum to technology such as the Ableton Push. I love when reading this article, that the author plays devil’s advocate, and discusses how there have been many concerns about “children already spending to much time in front of computer screens” and other forms of technology. In my opinion, I think that the core principles and teachings of music should not be thrown away; the art of music is compiled of many building blocks that lay a foundation for technique and musicality. With that said, it is time to stop battling the advancements that our world is making, but using it for our beneficial use. Ableton is a prime example of how music can be brought into classrooms settings in new, creative and non-traditional ways. This generation is so accustomed to technology at their fingertips, that the possibilities are endless on what music can be made.