Music Acoustics projects: Computer-assisted Musical Education
As the standard of living rises world-wide, more and more people have time to play music, and also have access to computers at home and in the classroom. This creates opportunities for using the computer as an active supporter of the beginner's home rehearsals, and as a visualising instrument in the classroom.
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RealsimPLE - Combining physical reality with simulations in pedagogical laboratory experiments Funding: WGLN (Wallenberg Global Learning Network)
VEMUS (Virtual European Music School) aims at developing an open, highly interactive, and networked multilingual music tuition framework for popular instruments such as the trumpet, the flute, and the clarinet. [more]
Published by: TMH, Speech, Music and Hearing
Last updated: Monday, 23-Jun-2008 10:02:02 MEST