KLearnNotes2 1.2 reviewDownload
KLearnNotes2 helps learning the names of music notes.
In future KLearnNotes2 will be a full-featured music teacher (rhythm, scales, key signatures, chords) with special focus on guitar playing.
Here are some key features of "KLearnNotes2":
a wise quick learning algorithm (focusing training on what a student knows the worst)
a flexible lesson choice and a set of preset lessons focused on gradual learning of successive notes
bass and treble clefs
a flexible speed goal choice and a set of preset speed-goal levels (to encourage training for fast, automatic notes reading)
two training modes:
static, vertical notes' positions (preparation for chord reading)
horizontal, game-style (preparation for sight-reading)
voice recognition (you can answer questions with your voice!)
sound output choice: standard, for guitar players or custom
qt/kdelibs; midi sound output for OSS or using timidity (any system) or ALSA (experimental! using tse3 library); voice recognition from microphone (OSS only).
Perfect for a music newbie and for an experienced musician trying to learn new stuff (for example a new staff.
What's New in This Release:
Thu May 12 09:58:57 CET 2004
src/kln* major: added horizontal exercise ("game")
added first trial of midi for aRts/tse3
added configure option --with-cvsfeatures
added kln2 option --quiet (or -q)
Sun Apr 11 06:25:55 2004 UTC
src/* major: added Solfeggio notes naming
Sun Mar 7 00:40:55 CET 2004
src/* major: first version of PianoKeyboard and
Mon Mar 1 01:46:28 CET 2004
src/* major: added timidity MIDI output; new MidiOutput
class, ready for implementing other supports
Mon Feb 23 00:30:46 +0000
src/voice_recog* minor: fixed compilation problems:
variable-size array 'prefetch_buf'
pointer of type `void *' used in arithmetic
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