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It could be some ...
18th January 2008, 01:44 PM #1
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Music software - interactive whiteboard and desktop?
Does anyone have any good music software that could be used in class or as revision??
It could be some that could be used on a interactive whiteboard or just on the network, ideally free but not fussed
this is for ages 11-16
we just dont have hardly any software at all!
18th January 2008, 03:32 PM #2
Shareware but isn't crippled:
There are some Linux distributions geared for multimedia/music:
For serious notation-based music, our college uses Sibelius (expensive option though).
How about FruityLoops? Can be complicated, but fun.
18th January 2008, 03:33 PM #3
Also, for quick and easy results there's the eJay line of products:
18th January 2008, 03:58 PM #4
Wikipedia have a good list:
Originally Posted by ltunstall
In particular, Rosegarden is worth a look:
Interactive whiteboard wise: BoingBoing had a link to a Flash-based drum machine the other day:
That might be the sort of thing you're looking for. I'm sure a bit of Googling around the terms "flash" or "java" along with "music" or "drum machine", "synthesiser", "keyboard" or whatever will come up with some similar alternatives, depending on what exactly you need.
I know I saw a Greenfoot (runs as Java applet) keyboard that ran inside a browser window, bet you could play that on the IWB and fix that up to Jonny Lee's Wiimote gloves interface, play it from across the other side of the room... Thinking about it, isn't there a music game about to come out on the Wii? Use the Wiimote to play a variety of (air) instruments? Air guitar! Air drums! Air glockenspiel!
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