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GNU Solfege is an ear training program written to help you train intervals, chords, scales and rhythms. It is free software and part of the GNU Project. The program is indented to help music students with their ear training.
The program runs on GNU Linux and similar operating systems that have Python and the Gtk+ toolkit available, and on Windows XP/Vista/7/8. People with some hacker skills can make it run on Mac OS X, but that is not easy. There is no planned port to Android, Symbian or iOS. The reason for this is that Solfege is written in Python and Gtk+, and porting to those operating systems require that I rewrite the program in another programming language.
To install GNU Solfege, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:
C:\> choco install solfege
To upgrade GNU Solfege, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:
C:\> choco upgrade solfege
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Solfege 3.22.2, October 6, 2013
- Updated Esperanto, Portugese and Turkish translations to the users manual
- Updated Spannish and Turkish messages
- distribute solfege/tests/lesson-files/*
- help/C/scales/modes.html are never translated. So we must link to the C-locale file in every translation.
- gettext tweaks to make the test suite work both when run as "test.py" and "test.py test_lessonfile". There is still something wrong because we have to disable the test to run debuild
- distribute solfege/tests/lib/* and solfege/test/include/*
|GNU Solfege 184.108.40.206||661||Thursday, May 29, 2014|
|GNU Solfege 3.22.2||288||Wednesday, May 28, 2014|
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