Below are descriptions of our current apps. All software downloads are provided free and have no warranty associated.

Recorder Pad

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The Recorder program is a great way to use your interactive whiteboard with your recorder classes. The programs includes 23 songs, an interactive fingering chart and fingering worksheet, as well as a revamped music notation sketch pad.

StaffWars is a game designed to help beginning and intermediate musicians learn, practice and woodshed the note names of the treble, alto and bass clefs. THE APP for anyone who wants to master these clefs.

Limited MIDI control available.

StaffWars

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Krank & Lucy

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Krank & Lucy helps practice note name recognition so you can read music more easily! Help Krank identify the note name on the staff by selecting from three note name buttons and watch him scuttle up Lucy’s back. Look for the funny endings every time you play!

The Rhythm Dictation program randomly creates a rhythm from a range of user selected items such as tempo, rhythms,   number of beats, and how many times the rhythm is played. Suitable for interactive whiteboard use with an entire class or at a computer station for individual work. *** New Version**** Tempo can now be changed mid rhythm instead of the program creating a new one.

Rhythmic

Dictation

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Drawn to Keys

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Drawn to keys is a Major Scale and Interval drill game for your Smartboard or computer lab. Also includes playable piano with recorder. Interval names can be changed to suit multiple grade levels.

Hand on Math

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Hands on Math is designed for student use on both interactive whiteboards and station computers. It offer four main drill activities. Two and three digit addition and subtraction, money counting, coin recognition,  and measuring.

Rhythm Blocks

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Rhythm Blocks are a great way to begin work with rhythmic dictation with your students as a group on an interactive whiteboard, or individually in a lab. Each level was designed for use with a different grade level based on National Standards, and includes four rhythmic example and four melodic examples for increased difficulty.

Boom is a great way to have students create a boom whacker compositions without having the boomwhackers in their hands. Each boomwhacker triggers a sound when double clicked and you can for chords by dragging each boomwhackers on to a chord square. Clicking the chord square plays ever boomwhacker touching it. Great for interactive whiteboards or individual computers

Boom

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Strings

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String is an interactive information program that tells beginners all the parts of the Violin, Viola, and Cello. Each instruments strings can be “plucked” by clicking, draging, and releasing the strings. Also included and

interactive fingering chart showing positions on the strings, finger used, and notation.

Learn the JamaMambo by correctly identifying the rhythms you hear. Choose the correct rhythm button and watch as the JamaMonster does a funky dance!

JamaMambo

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MyJamz

Compose you own music! Choose an instrument from the instrument panel then press Record. Click on the monsters in any order to create your own song. When you are finished press "Stop."  Choose "Play" and you will hear your creation!

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Drums Around The World

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Originally created for an International Drum Month celebration, Drums Around the World has pictures and sound clips of twenty-five different percussion instruments. Organized by geographical location, Drums Around the World is a convenient way to explore the percussion instruments found around the world.