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Jalmus

Jalmus

JAva Lecture MUSicale (Jalmus) is free, open source software to train sight reading through exercises on notes and rhythms. This software will be beneficial for all types of musicians but, in particular, is targeted at budding pianists.

A MIDI keyboard is required to use all the features of Jalmus. New lessons can be generated using xml files.

 Jalmus 2.1

Price
Free to download

Size
2.4MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Christophe Richard

Website
www.jalmus.net

System Requirements
MIDI keyboard
Java Runtime Environment

Support:
Documentation, FAQ, Forum, Users Mailing List

Selected Reviews:
addictivetips

Features include:

  • Note reading - training for sight-reading on notes, intervals and chords
  • Rhythm reading - learn rhythm figures and training to read these rhythms in random exercises
  • Score reading exercise
  • Lessons: An octave on treble clef, all notes on treble clef, an octave on bass clef, all notes on bass clef, all notes in piano staff, bass notes on bass clef, treble notes on treble clef, intervals - third and fifth, tonality - A major, tonality - E flat major, all tonality with sharps, and all tonality with flats
  • Exercises: Normal game, line game, and learning game
  • "Route" keyboard sound to an external midi device
  • Works with any acoustic instrument by using Prodipe Solo
  • Multilingual software supporting English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Danish, Turkish, Finnish, Polish, and Korean

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