Author Guidelines

For writers who want to contribute to this journal can see information about the management and publishing of Musikolastika in the Peer Review Process. Every writer who wants to contribute to Musikolastika must register in this electronic journal system through the login menu located at the top of this site. Online registration is free of charge.

  • Uploading can be done in the following ways:
  1. Log in using the username and password that was registered or sent to the author's email.
  2. Next select Submissions and
  3. Don't forget to upload the script in step 2 in the New Submissions section.
  4. Perform the steps for the article submission process to step 5
  5. Click Finish Submission.
  •  The manuscript length between 3000 to 5000 words, A4 size paper (210 x 297 mm) in the manuscript format according to the template provided, including figures and tables. The manuscript is written with an upper limit of 3 cm, 3 cm right, and 4 cm for the lower and left borders.
  • Title, keywords, and abstract are written in Indonesian and English.
  • The maximum number of title words is 12 words. If the title is too long, the editor has the right to edit the title without changing the meaning of the title and without the author's approval.
  • The article begins with AbstractWritten in Indonesian and EnglishCalibri fonts; size 11concisefactual, and able to stand alone as a unit of information. Explain the study's main pointsincluding background, purposefocus research, methods used, findings, results, and conclusions. End with a final sentence covering what you most want the reader to be interested in reading this articleWrite with one space, and the article length is between 100 - 250 words.
  • Keywords contain four to eight words, separated by commas. Keywords are chosen carefully to reflect the article's concepts and help increase the article's accessibility.
  • Article writing systematic must contain:
  1. Introduction - The introduction contains the background to your research and the reasons why your research is important. Write down critical questions to address in your research and why readers should be interested.
  2. Methods - The Methods section describes how you did your research to:
    (1) enable readers to evaluate the work is done and (2)
    allow others to replicate your study. It would be best to describe
    exactly what was done, how the experiment was carried out, how
    often, where, when, and the equipment and materials used.
  3. Results and Discussion - The purpose of the results and discussion is to state your findings, make interpretations and/or opinions, explain your findings' implications, and make future research suggestions. Results and Discussion's main function is to answer questions raised in the introduction and explain the discussion by existing knowledge about the topic. Results and Discussion are considered the heart of the article and usually require some writing effort.
  4. Conclusion - A conclusion is not just a summary of the main topics covered or a restatement of your research problem, but a synthesis of the main points.
  5. References - References using APA style with a minimum of 10 reference sources, with> 70% being publications in the last 10 years. We strongly recommend that authors use reference managers such as  Mendeley, Zotero and others.
  • The editorial team will perform a similarity check using the Turnitin application. For the similarity index that exceeds 30%, the editorial team will not process the script to the next stage.
  • Please check the status of your article regularly by first logging in with your account.
  • Authors whose articles have been accepted and ready to be published are charged a fee of 250,000 / article.

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Musikolastika is not responsible if, in the future, certain parties dispute every journal content published both in print and online because every published article is the responsibility of each author.