Jürgen Graef and Jonas Friedemann Heuer have created a unique interactive device designed to teach musical notation.

Jürgen Graef and Jonas Friedemann Heuer have created a unique interactive device designed to teach musical notation. The Noteput uses the senses of hearing, sight and touch to provide a rich learning experience, and brings musical notes to life.

CreativeApplications explains:

“Noteput” activates by putting a treble clef on the table. As soon as a note is placed on the staves, the respective sound is heard. If several notes are on the table, you can hit the play button and listen to the notes in relation to each other and considering note values. In addition to piano other instruments like guitar, flute, vibraphone or e-piano can be chosen. It is also possible to play the notes in a loop. That way it is easy to compare how the current note sequence sounds like and how changes of the notation immediately influence the music.

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