[Smt-talk] Sight singing: real-time pitch evaluation software?

Michael Morse mwmorse at bell.net
Fri Dec 30 05:18:00 PST 2011

Does anyone have experience with this kind of software? I expect by now smartmusic isn't the only one. I am very skeptical of this kind of program, but cognizant of how deeply immersed younger people are in the digital world, not least pedagogically.
MW MorseTrent UniversityPeterborough, Oshawa

> From: Jana_Millar at baylor.edu
> To: frauber at uol.com.br; smt-talk at societymusictheory.org
> Date: Wed, 28 Dec 2011 08:13:57 -0600
> Subject: Re: [Smt-talk] Sight singing: real-time pitch evaluation software?
> SmartMusic http://www.smartmusic.com/ can evaluate performance in real-time, not only of many instrumental scores and sight-singing materials in their library but also of any custom examples you wish to create using Finale.  New developments in the sight-singing interface have made its assessment of vocal input excellent.  The notation of a sight-singing melody, originally displayed in black, is marked immediately following a student's performance— correct notes are displayed in green and errors (both pitch and rhythm) in red.
> Jana Millar

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