Hint: If you right click any link, you will have the choice of opening the new website in a new tab or window which means you can keep this webpage open while looking at the others!
This site has a menu on the left with different topics for learning and experimenting. It covers beats, notes and scales, chords, bass lines, melodies, song structure and more……
An online site where you can write scores. This is a good site of you don’t have Sibelius and want to write your music down and share it. Those in Computer music and Theory club have automatic access to this.
https://chisnallwood.flat.io Join Chisnallwood Google Classroom.
Can you compose a short piece using Patatap?
- Put the mouse in the square
- Choose a colour background/sound library
- Compose a cool sequence by typing letters
- Notate it so someone else can play it. How will you write the rhythm? How will you write 2 letter/sounds at once? How fast is does it go (What is the tempo?). Don’t forget to tell us what colour /sound library you chose.
Students can also use it to create a live light show on the data projectors for the school disco.
GROOVE SCRIBE https://goo.gl/u9Bfil
CHROME MUSIC APPS (Open in CHROME)
INCREDIBOX version 3
Create your own sequence of drum beats. Each letter is a different rhythm.
A fun interactive and educational music website. You have to create a login and password. Then you can explore and do some really fun ear tests, add sound effects to movies and more!
Lots of great games. You need to join, but it’s free and that gives you access to the first three levels of the fantastic music and sound tech games! Members of the Chisnallwood Theory Club now have full access to all levels. Suggestion: Start on the top menu with either “fundamentals” or go to “Courses” and choose “music theory”.
Click on the link for a bunch of great YouTube videos on different aspects of Music Theory!
This site contains lots of music theory lessons as well as theory exercises and ear training exercises! Customize your own excercises. Note recognition, key signatures, chords, scales, keyboard, guitar, aural… Also has great apps for iPhone/iPad “Tenuto” and “Theory”
The “Techniques, Materials, Music” page covers note names, intervals, key signatures, time signatures, triads….. You can hear all the examples
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/music/ has a range of great music topics including elements of music, Music in the 20 century, Music for dance, Performing, Popular music, World music and the Western Classical Tradition to learn and then test. Audio examples.
soundfeelings.com/namethatnote ‘Name that Note’ game. This game require flashplayer and music starts playing as soon as the web page opens.
http://www.8notes.com/theory/ 46 music theory lessons
Intervals This is part of an online theory book by Catherine Schmidt-Jones
http://www.dolmetsch.com/musictheory1.htm – A very detailed and thorough International music theory resource.
Basic intervals from Philharmonia.co.uk
Blank Manuscript Paper
If you are looking for information about composers, bands this site has an excellent search function connecting YouTube with Wikipedia! Great for projects or researching background for your pieces you are playing.
It also has a metronome, interactive ukulele, guitar and piano chord finders, backing tracks and downloadable music staves and templates.
Fun, interactive, educational music sites
http://soundation.com Online recording, midi and loops
Odd Music The most unusual instrument inventions…
Make up a Blues Song here:
iPad/iPhone apps we use for theory games at school:
Staffwars and ReadRhythm and chords and Rhythm Cat