Software program helps music students hit the right notes

05/24/2010 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Some 175 music teachers in schools across the Midwest used a software program this year to help 10,000 students learn how to sing on key. The Singing Coach software traces students' recorded singing pitch on a digital screen to provide feedback on their accuracy. "The kids loved it," one music teacher said. "It was like a computer game, and they were motivated to improve their scores and singing ability."

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