SmartMusic is an interactive software that facilitates the study of music through thousands of self-correcting hands-on exercises. The resource was designed by the American company Make Music, composed of musicians, developers and creators united in “passion for music”, with the goal of transforming the way you create, teach and learn this discipline. The app will help you with the homework and reinforcement of your students in your music lessons.

The SmartMusic interface is presented in a simple and intuitive way. Through its extensive bookstore, with more than 50.000 exercises to improve skills and 20.000 both individual and group topics, all you have to do is select the one that interests you the most and start executing it. The program is able to mark the mistakes you have made in red and the successes in green, mark the total success rate and create a ranking with your scores. In addition, you will be able to listen to your performance again to better assimilate your mistakes.

For comfortable navigation, the library is divided by difficulty levels, categories, composers or titles. But if you know the subject in question, the application has a search engine that will make your task easier. You will also be able to access a full section of more than 50 prestigious books on musical method, currently only available in English.

The resource is fully compatible with string instruments, metal, percussion and wind, as well as the voice. Thanks to its connectivity, you will be able to send homework to your students through their account, and they in turn will be able to send their executions. That way, you can track their progress from anywhere.

SmartMusic can become a great ally for your Music classes thanks to its configurable tools and interactivity. These are just some of the goal setting shareware that you can use:

  1. You can create your own scores, controlling the tempo, the chords or difficulty of the piece, and send them to your students as homework.
  2. You can also project the staff in class for each student to perform an exercise and, once concluded, the classmates themselves see the mistakes or successes and comment on how to improve their performance.

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