Breakage-An Intelligent Drum Machine

Nice Freeware Drum Machine

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Breakage: the intelligent drum machine for intelligent breaks
Breakage is an intelligent drum machine designed to make it easy and fun to play complex, live breakbeat performances. A step-sequencer pattern editor and previewer, database, sample browser, neural network, pattern morphs, statistics and probabilistic pattern generator give you the tools to work with breaks on a higher level than ever before.

MuseScore-Win & Mac Beta Free Software

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WYSIWYG, notes are entered on a “virtual note sheet”
Unlimited number of staves
Up to four voices per staff
Easy and fast note entry with mouse, keyboard or MIDI
Integrated sequencer and FluidSynth software synthesizer
Import and export of MusicXML and Standard MIDI Files
Available for Windows, Mac and Linux
Translated in 26 languages
GNU GPL licenced

NoteFlight-Online Music Score Editor

Powerful free on-line music notation editor. The Noteflight Score Editor is a full-featured application that displays, edits, prints and plays back music notation in any standard web browser. You can create your own scores, choose to share them with others, or publish them to Noteflight’s browsable, searchable online library of music. And it doesn’t cost a thing: is free for individual use.
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The Music Notation Project


The Music Notation Project explores alternative music notation systems that seek to improve upon traditional music notation in order to make reading, writing, and playing music more enjoyable and easier to learn.

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The mission of the Music Notation Project is to raise awareness of the disadvantages of traditional music notation, to explore alternative music notation systems, and to provide resources for the wider consideration and use of these alternatives.

We believe that traditional western music notation has some unfortunate aspects that can be improved upon, aspects that make reading and learning to play music much more difficult than it needs to be. We hope that our efforts will help make reading, writing, and playing music more enjoyable and easier to learn.

The Music Notation Project was established in January of 2008 to carry on the work begun by its predecessor, the Music Notation Modernization Association. Our five-person governing board is Kevin Dalley, Michael Johnston, Doug Keislar, John Keller, Paul Morris. We are a not-for-profit entity, but we have not yet incorporated (and do not yet have 501(3)(c) status).