This webinar is hosted in English
We will be introducing a revolutionary new form of music notation called Numbered Notes. It uses numbers instead of letters and is so easy to learn that people can play in just minutes. We will be explaining a brief summary of the history of music notation, how numbered notes is the next step forward from what we currently do and how Numbered Notes is an ideal tool to show the connections between music and math. Free sheet music will be available and participants will be able to try it out for themselves on our free website keyboard.
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I am a computer animation instructor who teaches both online and onsite. As a visual artist it was apparent that our current system of music notation was visually harder to use than it needed to be. It is surprising that we still use a "User Interface" for reading music that is over 300 years old and based on design fundamentals that were never intended for there current use. Numbered Notes takes this "User Interface" question and provides an upgraded version of music notation that is easy to learn and fully capable to handle the world's most complex music including: Chopin, Mozart and Bach. I believe that the next revolution in education will also include upgrades to our current information systems. Numbered Notes is the first example of how much better we can make things by upgrading the design of the information we use.