Musical Editor


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Musical Editor
Status: Demonstration
Version: 1.3
Base: unknow
Source: unknow
l10n: missing


Download Demo Version

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After unpacking the file, go to "MusicalEditor.activity" directory and read the README to learn how to proceed.

The Application

The Musical Editor is a musical software that allows children to learn how to develop their own compositions.

It has been developed by LSI (Integrated Systems Laboratory)

LSI is a Brazilian institution that has developed applications to support Education and has created some teams to work on OLPC software development.
These teams are rewriting some Java applications in Python.

One of these applications is the Musical Editor.

Musical Editor


  • Easy to use
  • No limitation on quantity of instruments
  • Currently, the composition mode is unique (Grid Mode), however it's probable that new modes integrate the software
  • Each instrument belongs to a group (for example, the group of string instruments), each group has a specific color.
    Thus, the user can associate the color to the group of the instrument and will notice that each group has a role in music.
  • The application runs in mono-user or collaborative mode (using the mesh network)
  • We will try to implement a way of recording sounds from the internal microphone of OLPC


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Activity Summary

Icon: Image:Activity-musical.png
Genre: Media, Audio, and Video Players
Activity group:
Short description: The Musical Editor is a musical software that allows children to learn how to develop their own compositions.
Maintainers: NATE-LSI
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Available languages:
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Development status:
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