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I think this will be great fun for my students. Thanks for making great ways to assist teachers in our quest to educate our musical students.
Nice for starting with Hieroglyphs I have recently taken an interest in the Hieroglyphs and wanted a way to learn some words and make vocabulary lists. For both tasks, this is a great little starter program. The learning features allow you to see some new words and get more familiar with seeing the letter combinations. The notepad lets you write your own Hieroglyphic notes. This is good for someone getting their feet wet with Hieroglyphs.
I Wish this was around when I was younger.This works, I am actualy learning to recognise written music.
Easy to use and a good layout. Repetition of notes ensures they are firmly embeded in the head. A good learning aid.
This is so simple to use and effective. I am running the program on the Linux operating system using the windows emulator Wine.Any spare moment can be used to improve sight reading.For a sheet music novice like me its a godsend :)
Nice product and very helpful. Would be nice if I could make it a little bigger on my screen, though. Especiall for extended keyboard mode.JtB
An EXCELLENT tool for learning musical notes and practicing. The incremental stages gradually build up knowledge and confidence. I also like the ability to start with Notes as alphabets but then move on to the keyboard layout.Another great feature is starting with one octave and then progressing to a full keyboard.Thanks for a great tool. May I make a request that you provide a sound facility so that apart from visual feedback you also get some audio feedback when the keys are pressed.
Great and easy to use program Trying to learn harp has been slow as I have not read bass clef for about 25 years! Using this 'game' is already giving me more confidence so that I am able to pick up a piece of music and play it better. Much more effective than writing the note names on the music.I'm learning the notes quickly and making the mistake of answering with the treble clef equivalent less often.I am using this resource daily. Very simple but effective.