Nootka

Conclusions

All in all, Nootka appears logical and easy to use after familiarization with its extensive dialogs. The simple, clear design and the friendly responses offer motivation for long exercises. The free mode also lets you create notations for your own melodies.

The Author

Hartmut Noack works as a lecturer, author, and musician in Celle and Hanover, Germany. He finds that free software and homemade music go great together. You can find some Creative Commons-licensed results of his work with free music software at http://lapoc.de.

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