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read Music! - 0.2

Francisco Dibar (frandibar)



Do you want to learn how to read musical notes from a score in a fun way? Well, give it a try! For the moment, get along with the 'notes quiz' since this project has just started. I'm willing to add many more features! Enjoy learning!


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September 21, 2007 4:06pm - bhaaluu muurtikaar - nickname: (bhaaluu) - 3/5
This is a good start and has a lot of potential. It works from source with
Python 2.4.3 and pyGame 1.7.1 on a GNU/Linux box. The timer seems to be off.
Set at 5 seconds, it quits immediately, and set at 15 seconds, it goes 10
seconds. What are the possibilities of making a notation program from this?
I certainly encourage you to continue work on this. Very nice artwork.
September 1, 2007 12:37am - Peter Enzerink - nickname: (garglebutt) - 3/5
Very pretty but it doesn't teach.

It would be good if you provided an overlay of what the notes are and indicated what the correct note is when you choose incorrectly.

Once those things are addressed you could add sharps, flats and chords.
August 16, 2007 10:26pm - Rene Dudfield - nickname: (illume)
This looks very interesting :) I haven't tried it yet, but it's something I'd like to learn better.

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