Free open software for music theory
It is with my deepest regret that I have to announce the closure of the LenMus project.
I always failed in attracting more developers to the project and the result is that LenMus was increasingly lagging behind the fast pace of changes on computers and the increment on project objectives and complexity. As I can not do it all alone, I stopped all development six months ago and, probably, I will not resume it again. Read more.
It was for me a great honor that LenMus project was selected by the Australian Government as one of the three applications for music that was loaded in laptops for children, as part of their Digital Education Revolution project.
Thank you to all the loyal users, and to everyone who contributed in different ways over the years to this project.
Please update your bookmarks and links to point to "http://lenmus.sourceforge.net". Old domain "lenmus.org" will stop working. Thank you.
Welcome to LenMus! It is a free open software project, committed to the principles of
open source software, free education, and open access to information. It has no commercial
purpose. It aims at developing publicly available knowledge, methods and algorithms related
to teaching music, and music representation and management with computers and, at the same time,
to provide free quality software for music students, amateurs, and teachers.
I started LenMus when I was studying music theory, as a help to practice sight
reading and aural
training. Since then I've been working on this. I hope it can be useful to you!. And that you
will join me to help to improve the project!
For music students
A totally free program for studying music therory that allows you to focus on specific skills and exercises,
on both theory and aural training.
The different activities can be customized to meet your needs. Phonascus allows you to work
at your own pace, providing interactive feedback until mastery of each concept is achieved.
- Books and lessons on music theory.
- Interactive exercises for theory and aural training.
- You can customize the exercises to meet your needs.
See features for
an extensive overview, take a look at the
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Prepare your ABRMS examination
website is collaborating with
LenMus with their lessons on music theory. Visit myMusicTheory website were you will find
free help and a lot of free information to prepare your ABRMS examination:
- Online lessons in music theory.
- Ask whatever you would like to know about music theory.
- ABRMS exams to practice.
- Book recommendations.
Practise music theory on-line
MusTeacH and LenMus projects are joining efforts to provide you with great tools for your music studies. LenMus project is focused on providing software for desktop computers, but does not provide exercises and materials on-line. On the contrary, MusTeacH project is focused on providing these materials on-line. Both projects, MusTeacH and LenMus, have similar aims and are complementary.
Visit MusTeacH website for practicing exercises on-line, without having to install LenMus program. You will find there many on-line interactive exercises for practicing music theory and training your ear.