Release Notes: This release has support for intervals up to double octaves, and adds the exercise modules toneincontext and solmisation. The lesson file language adds two statements: import and rimport. There are many minor tweaks and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is a stable release with new rhythm dictation exercises, improved music displayer code, and a sound module that works with the ALSA sequencer. Also, lots of minor bugfixes and improvements were made.
Release Notes: The 3.19 development branch adds a rhythm editor widget that is used in the new rhythm dictation exercises. It also adds support for the ALSA sequencer, and a nice tool that downloads and compiles the required Python modules if you don't have them installed.
Release Notes: The 3.18 branch adds a profile manager similar to Firefox. The preferences have a GUI to delete statistics, and the statistics page will show the 10 latest tests. Various bugs were fixed, including a really important one to the sound code both on Linux and MS Windows that allows connection of external MIDI keyboards.
Release Notes: This release adds 'atonal' transposition mode. It has more harmonic progressions. It has a "Compare melodic intervals" exercise. Statistics are now stored in an SQLite database instead of many small files. It adds a new main window where you select exercises without the menu bar, as well as an editor. It supports LilyPond 2.12 in addition to 2.10.
Release Notes: Since the last stable branch (3.12), support for external programs on MS Windows has been improved and several other bugs have been fixed. Python 2.4, Gtk+ 2.14, and pygtk 2.14 are now required to run.
Release Notes: This releases improves the MS Windows port. External programs work better now. Error reporting was improved. Spaces are allowed in folder names. A log window will show the output of lilypond-book to spot problems easier, and the usual set of small bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for CSound and MMA. Length modifiers are allowed in chords and apostrophes in lesson names. The user can select which Web browser to use to display the user manual. On Win32, learning trees are stored in a folder below "My documents" now. A GUI to delete learning trees was added. A few new solfa exercises were added.
Release Notes: Solfege has not been announced on freshmeat since 3.6.0. Since then, new exercises have been added, including support for CSound and MMA. Handling of Unicode has improved.
Release Notes: This release adds over 80 new scale exercises and a new module for writing harmonic progression dictation exercises. It also includes bugfixes.