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    click n drag music composing

    Some of you may remember the BBC click n drag music composing software called Top Of The Pops Mix Factory. Designed in 1999 for Windows 98

    I had a nice note today asking if I can instal it on all the machines, two problems it runs from CD and doesn't work under XP (unless you know different )

    Anyway on looking for an alternative I came across this

    Splice: Make Music. Remix Music. > Make music now!

    Hopefully it will do the job required, these are YR3 kids and something like Audacity is not what they need yet, anybody else found a nice graphical click and drag music composer they would like to recommend, free or purchase.
    I know 2Simple do one but I've not had a play with that yet.

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    Thank for this. I'll get my 12 year old son to have a fiddle with it this evening and tell me how to drive it PROPERLY!

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    Dance eJay?

    eJay

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    Yr3 primary or secondary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j17sparky View Post
    Yr3 primary or secondary?
    Primary that's why I wanted a click n drag, mind you I'm sure plenty of YR 9 kids would use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylv3r View Post
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    I had forgot about that one, thanks

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    MusicBox?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickJones View Post
    MusicBox?
    Is this what you mean NickJones?

    Topologika Educational software for children and adults at school, at home, in the UK or overseas

    The Primary site licence price is very good. (239)

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    Yes, that's it - sorry, I should have put a link in!

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