Jalmus is a free music education software developed in Java by RICHARD Christophe, first like an applet on Musicorum Web site then like Java application since 2006.
P. Jensen Tonajt for danish translation
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Free software and Music
Gnu Solfege : Free software for ear training with many «solfege» exercises :
Recognise melodic and harmonic intervals
Compare interval sizes
Sing the intervals the computer asks for
Remembering rhythmic patterns
Lilypond : Best music notation free software. LilyPond is a text-based application, so it does not contain its own graphical user interface. But you can use Denemo or Frescobaldi to assist you with score creation.Lilypond produce output comparable to professionally-engraved scores.
Audacity : Free software to record and edit sound filescan importing and exporting WAV, AIFF, MP3 (via the LAME encoder, downloaded separately), Ogg Vorbis …
TUXGuitar : TuxGuitar is an opensource multitrack tablature editor. You can read and write Guitar Pro files, can import and export MIDI files …
Lenmus : Open software to learn music with :
Books and lessons on music theory.
Interactive exercises for theory and aural training.
You can customize the exercises to meet your needs.
Includes an score editor.
Linuxsampler is a music sampler which lets you play virtual instruments through a MIDI keyboard connected to your computer. For example to play piano with Linux sampler you need a frontend like Jsampler and a piano Gig file like Mats Helgesson Maestro Concert Grand.