Nootka – learn classical score notation

Nootka is an application to learn classical score notation.

It helps to understand the rules of reading and writing scores and helps with developing skills of playing and singing notes.

A user look at piece of a score, plays it, Nootka is listening to it, checks and shows how well it was played. All in real time.

Features include:

  • Interactive interface to discover the rules of musical notation.
  • Exercises with possibility to create own sets.
  • Accurate method for detecting sung and played sounds.
  • Natural sound of guitars.
  • Clefs (treble, bass and others) and grand staff.
  • Analyze results.
  • Different kinds of guitars and their tuning.
  • Cross-platform support – runs under Linux, Mac OS X, Android, and Windows.
  • Internationalization support – there are translations for Czech, French, German, Hungarian, Polish, Spanish, and Russian.

Website: nootka.sourceforge.io
Support: SourceForge Project Page
Developer: Tomasz Bojczuk
License: GNU GPL v3

Nootka

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