Score following
Score following is the process of automatically listening to a live music performance and tracking the position in the score. It is an active area of research and stands at the intersection of artifi...
IVideosongs
iVideosongs, now owned by Songmaster Studios Education LLC, is an online music instruction service where original artists show how to play the songs they have written and performed. The site also has ...
JoyTunes Recorder
JoyTunes Recorder is a computer game published in 2010 by JoyTunes. The game is controlled by playing a regular recorder into a microphone connected to the computer, and is designed to teach the playe...
Musition
Musition is an educational music theory software program. Musition contains 34 topics and allows students to improve their theory knowledge and musicianship. Teachers can tailor the drills and test...
Music Wizard
Music Wizard Group is a software development firm that develops and publishes software products to teach students to play various musical instruments through MIDI software and a Guitar Hero-like inter...
Offbeat Guitarist
Offbeat Guitarist is a free edutainment music video game. It is in the tradition of Rock Band and the Guitar Hero, but plays with a real guitars rather than guitar controllers.The game has different g...
Songs2See
Songs2See is an application for music learning, practice and gaming developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Media Technology in Ilmenau - Germany and distributed by the company Songquito UG ...
Music Master Chopin
Music Master Chopin is the first Polish music game prepared by Bloober Team and PC Project in cooperation with The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. The design and mechanism of the game follo...
GNU Solfege
GNU Solfege is an ear training program written in Python intended to help musicians improve their skills and knowledge. It is free software and part of the GNU Project.GNU Solfege is available for GNU...
Hyperscore
Hyperscore is a computer-assisted music composition program intended to make the creation of music readily accessible to experienced musicians as well as those without any musical training. To accompl...
EarMaster
EarMaster is a music software launched in 1996 by Danish editor Miditec, who changed its name to EarMaster ApS in 2005. The first prototype version of the software was DOS-based, but since 1996, it ha...