Sunday, November 4, 2012

How to Find Solfege Nursery Rhymes in Little Musician


Can I just say I <3 BrillKids Little Musician?
It helped give my kids perfect pitch, how could I not!


I fell in love with Little Musician when it first came out-- you can read and watch the very detailed full review here. Now I want to share how to make the most out of using the program's solfege nursery rhymes. Lots of people either miss this aspect entirely or don't know where to find them. They are a hidden gem you should not overlook. Solfege is the time tested universal language of music and NO other program offers anything like this--it's awesome!


From the main Little Musician screen: go to PLAY EDIT > MUSIC NOTES > CHILDREN'S SONGS.


Start with one or two songs and learn them by heart. You will probably have to play them very slowly initially but soon you will be able to zip along at full speed! Don't get frustrated if you can't keep up, just use repetition until you and your child can. Don't forget you can change the tempo manually all the way down to a snail's pace to be even slower than the "slow practice" version preset. Once you learn them by heart, sing them in the bath, at breakfast, in the car, and on and on and on.... :)

Here's some screen shots to walk you through.


PLAY EDIT
 




MUSIC NOTES




CHILDREN'S SONGS




Okay, that's all for now. Stay tuned for the next installment of LMs ideas. :) This is the 2nd time I've moved my blog this year so it's EMPTY again (waah!). Be sure to  resubscribe if you want to get the latest updates if  you were previously subscribed at my old blog. Thanks!


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2 comments:

Tamsyn Spackman said...

Great post! The songs are one of the best parts of LMs, Perhaps on the next release they won't be buried as much. The only thing I would add is that each individual song can be opened as well to reveal a few options- ie "karaoke", "slow practice". I thought it was so frustrating to have to listen to all four songs to get to the karaoke part and then when I figured out I could just open the folder, I felt pretty dumb. lol. :)

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