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Nootka for Mac

Music notation application.

Free
In English
Version 2.0.2

Nootka overview

Nootka is an easy-to-use app which helps to understand the basics of music notation: reading and practicing playing musical scores.

Features:
  • Interactive interface to discover the rules of musical notation.
  • Exercises where user can play or may guess a note on a score or its name.
  • Possibility to create own rules for exercises.
  • Importing melodies from musicXML file format - creating exercises based on them.
  • Accurate method for detecting sung and played sounds and melodies.
  • Natural sound of supported instruments.
  • Clefs (treble, bass and others) and grand stave.
  • Analyze of results (charts).
  • Different kinds of guitars, ukulele and theirs tuning.
  • Also support for piano, bandoneon and saxophones (experimental).
  • Built-in metronome.
  • Czech, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Slovenian and Russian translations.

What’s new in version 2.0.2

Version 2.0.2:
  • Added ukulele with defined popular tunings.
  • Dialog to import voice or part from entire musicXML score.
  • Support for read/write compressed musicXML file format (*.mxl).
  • Option for transposing score - to key or by semitones.
  • Handle partial measure (anacrusis) at score beginning - fill with rests.
  • Increase minimal Qt version to 5.12.0.

Nootka for Mac

Free
In English
Version 2.0.2
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