The founders of :|Musicators are teachers devoted to digital education.
Our aim is to help fellow music teachers
create engaging musical exercises for their students.
Our web app is free, all you need is a computer with internet connection to use it.
Choose any* piece of music and create exercises to develop music skills in minutes. Combine different musical competencies such as aural, rhythmical and melodic skills.
Solve the exercise on an interactive whiteboard, but your students can also complete them by connecting by just one touch on their smartphones or tablets.
Share your favourite exercises with colleagues or publish them in the music teaching community. Browse, use and customise others' exercises adapting them to the skills and abilities of your students.
Upload a music score*,
then slice it up and jumble the pieces in just one step to create a puzzle!
You can also provide an audio file for listening.
Similar to the sol-fa exercise type,
but instead of solfa buttons
the melody should be entered using a piano keyboard.
Rhythm exercises do not even require music scores.
You can create your own rhythm cards with ease using the editor,
which your students can drag and drop.
Melody notation could not be easier since the rhythm is given,
and pitches can be entered using solfa names.
For accidentals simply drag the buttons.
It helps to develop music notation and rhythm hearing skills.
The students have to notate the rhythm
of the heard pattern.
It helps to develop music notation and aural skills.
The students have to place the notes
of the melody on the staff.
Enter the rhythm and the students can start
writing the rhythm syllables under the notes.
Combined rhythms can be entered with dragging.