MUSIC TECHNOLOGY LINKS
Noteflight is an online music notation software that allows you to create your own music and access music created by others. This is a great website for those who want to try composing their own music but don't know where or how to start.
Check out this amazing music lab! There are so many interesting things to discover and learn! See if you can create a cool rhythm pattern and play them on some pots and pans or sing the solfege scale in different keys!
Enhance your musical literacy with this website! Start at level 1 and see how far you can progress each day. Be sure to check out our teoria 10 day challenge on Instagram!
Put your rhythm skills to the test and download this free application on your phone or tablet. See how many levels you can pass! Click on the icon to view a quick tutorial.
Download this free application to practice your solfege! Progress through each of the levels by echoing back solfege patterns. Click on the icon to view a quick tutorial.
Learn the notes on the treble clef with this fun and free application! Click on the icon to view a quick tutorial.
Practice the notes on the bass clef using this application! Keep completing levels until you are a bass clef pro! Click on the icon to view a quick tutorial.
Musictheory.net is a great resource to practice and learn some music theory. Challenge your theory skills with the various exercises available.
Both fun and educational, you'll find a wealth of information on this webpage. From weekly lessons backed with worksheets, listening links, videos, and other activities, this website has tons of fun musical information.
Practice your sight reading and solfege skills with this website. There is a paid subscription version but you can also use a free version of their site. Start at level 1, practicing 4/4, 3/4, and 2/4 time in the keys of D major and G major.