suchenwi
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Re: Teaching & Learning Music Notation

Mon Oct 28, 2013 4:13 pm

Maybe this older fun project (2002) of mine, "TclMusic" http://wiki.tcl.tk/3977 could be revived on the Pi? Tcl and Tk are already in Raspbian, but I'll have to see what library I can find (or make) for sound output.

Notes in text notation and graphic rendering, a small piano keyboard to play on, and then MIDI output...

Jimmuk
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Re: Teaching & Learning Music Notation

Sun Sep 21, 2014 12:51 am

Stateside wrote:What Is Music21?
Music21 is a Python-based toolkit for computer-aided musicology.

Applications of this toolkit include computational musicology, music informations, musical example extraction and generation, music notation editing and scripting, and a wide variety of approaches to composition, both algorithmic and directly specified.

http://mit.edu/music21/doc/html/examples.html#examples
http://mit.edu/music21/doc/html/what.html
Hi,

These links are out of date and can be replaced with:
http://mit.edu/music21/doc/about/examples.html
http://mit.edu/music21/doc/about/what.html

Hope this helps..

Very interesting concept and it runs under Python..
regards,
Jimmuk

Advancedlearner100
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Re: Teaching & Learning Music Notation

Wed Sep 13, 2017 1:06 pm

I don't think that work. great idea but working on music with these kind of tools. http://saziha.ir/
as mad said, Tuxguitar struggles on more than a couple of notes at a time using timidity as the engine but it may work better feeding an off computer keyboard through jack or some less heavy soundfonts in timidity.

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