Amadeus is an educational game in the musical specialty.
The student can learn musical notation, how to intonate and study music theory.
Amadeus offers several types of exercise:
The Jackpot shows 3 notes and the player has to indicate a note with equivalent total duration. The player will learn to recognize the duration of the notes (1 white is 2 blacks, 1 black is 2 eighth notes, etc.).
The Staphone is a second exercise proposed by a machine that offers a phrase and the player has the option of saying whether it is true or not.
Then you eat the ear of the player who will be tested with the xylophone. The player must recognize the tone of each note.
So here we are in an educational game that will allow some music classes for initial level, with a simple but effective interface. This program was recognized by the Ministry of Culture of France, and obviously uses the French language.
The program works in resolutions in color and monochrome, no dongle needed.
Video (thanks to Atari.GreenLog.Fr): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9kNOi1 ... e=youtu.be
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