Phonascus is a totally free program for studying music theory that allows you to focus on specific skills and exercises, on both theory and aural training. The different activities can be customized to meet your needs. Phonascus allows you to work at your own pace, providing interactive feedback until mastery of each concept is achieved.
Phonascus aims to create, as a community, the best free program for music students, to help them in their studies. Phonascus has no commercial purpose and, so, it is licensed under the GNU General Public License, meaning you can use it for free and that you have the right to access the source code and modify it if you like. No cost for you and no time wasted on garbage like registration codes, copy protection or advertisements.
Phonascus aims to support any language and to run on the major computer platfortms. Currently there are no many available translations. But your collaboration is welcome to translate LenMus to your language. I will include your translation in the next release.
I started LenMus when I was studying music theory, as a help to practice sight reading and aural training to recognize intervals. I released it on the web just in case it could help others, and since then I've been working on this, trying to improve it and to add more features. If you have the time, please download it and enjoy.
Last updated: 2012/01/21