[CM] Chorale Composer 1.0

James ja.lira0 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 18 07:50:02 PDT 2009

Is it still possible to run on Linux as of ver 1.0? I don't see a download
link for the Linux version.


On Sun, Oct 4, 2009 at 3:15 PM, Heinrich Taube <taube at uiuc.edu> wrote:

> Chorale Composer 1.0 is available for download, here is the homepage
> where you can download the app and also read about it.
> http://camil.music.uiuc.edu/software/choralecomposer/
> in a nutshell: Chorale Composer is a juce appt that lets university
> students practice music theory with automatic feedback . it also lets
> teachers generate homework, keys, and pratice templates. You can
> download example student templates from the Courses section on the
> homepage, there is also a demo teacher template (xml) you can download
> as well.
> Chorale Composer is also great app to use to learn about the Bach
> Chorales! Almost all of them are there, if you just double click the
> app without any exercise the app opens the bach chorale book.
> its important to understand that the app is analyzing music on the
> fly,  that is , when you are looking at a choral, for example, the
> theory line and non-harmonic tone identification is computed and
> displayed in real time (try dragging notes around to see). the
> analysis is blindingly fast, it will do the entire bach chorales in
> under 3 seconds.  If you want to see "annotations" that the app can
> add to the music you can turn them on in the View menu, then hover
> your mouse over the labels to read more.
> this is release 1.0 so there are sure to be bugs. that said, we have
> worked very hard to make 1.0 pedagogically useful, with a clean,
> minimalist GUI that we hope people will find visually pleasing and fun
> to work with.  hopefully the app is self-documenting (assuming you
> understand music theory); you can use the Help menu to read
> explanations of various features and also send us feedback
> best,
> Rick Taube
> Andrew Burnson
> Rachel Mitchell
> School of Music
> University of Illinois
> Urbana, IL 61821
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