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Spizz inherited a music repair shop from his uncle Fritz. He fixes instruments . . . musical instruments! He travels all over to help his fellow musicians out when they need help with their instruments; giving them a ticket number, bringing the instruments back to his shop, and getting them back to them in tip-top shape with absolutely no issues or problems ever...

Or at least he wishes

Spizz is great at fixing animal, monster, and even alien instruments, but he always needs help from real-world musicians when it comes to making sure the people- instruments get back to the customers like they're supposed to. His great Uncle Fritz would be proud!

In each episode, he'll learn where those instruments come from, how people play them, where people play them, how to fix them, and most they sound! He'll also learn about alllllll the different genres of music there are out there, and different musical concepts. we'll even make some music ourselves.


SPIZZ is an instrument repair monster who's always happy to help! He's always a glass half-kinda-full monster, even when problems arise. 


Maestro is Spizz's computer compadre! It's not only an expert instrument tuner, but it also keeps a database of musicians just in case Spizz needs professional advice (which is almost always)..

  • Scripted Video Shorts, featuring performers from shows on and by Sesame Workshop, Netflix, Hulu, PBS, and other amazing platforms and films. 

  • Combination of Puppetry and Animation, accompanied by live actors, kids, and musicians.

  • Shot on sound stage and on location in Atlanta, Savannah, and surrounding southeast cities.

  • Original Music Produced in-house, and with featured musicians.

  • Scripted with certified K-12, performing arts, and special education teachers.

  • Teaches to: Listen to, analyze, and describe music

  • Teaches to: Connect music to the other fine arts and disciplines outside the arts

  • Teaches to: Connect music to history and culture

  • Teaches to: Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to describe objects in terms of the material they are made of and their physical attributes

  • Teaches to: Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to compare and describe types of motion

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