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There's a plenty of opportunities to dive into different aspects of music theory and practice online
Ableton - learning music
In these lessons, you'll learn the basics of music making. No prior experience or equipment is required; you'll do everything right here in your browser.
Awesome audio visualization
A huge collection of materials on music visualization. With free webapps and downloads.
Cyber Music Studio
When finished, Cyber Music Studio will be standalone in-browser app for recording and mixing music. But it's not finished yet, so now there are only these handful of instruments.
David Lu Tech projects
Software engineer. Electronic musician. Media artist. aCtUaL uNiCoRn
The easiest, fastest & safest low-latency audio on the internet.
Free Online Ear Training
With EarBeater you can train your musical ear in more than 200 individual exercises covering intervals, chords and scales.
Audio-visual live coding web environment
Next-generation computer music language
Google song maker
To make a song, add notes by clicking the grid. Then, share your song with a link. You can also use a MIDI keyboard or sing a note into your mic.
A huge online toolbox for guitar players by goddess 401
Harmonic Coloring
A method for assigning colors to musical pitches. And it's implementations.
JavaScript Systems Music
Learning Web Audio by Recreating The Works of Steve Reich and Brian Eno
A 3D musical toy for making music with cubes
Music calculations online
A collection of useful music math tools of Alexander Sengpiel
Music pattern generator
Music Pattern Generator is an app to create musical rhythms. It sends MIDI data, so it won’t make any sounds by itself. For that you need to connect it to MIDI soft- or hardware that can handle MIDI data to produce sound.
NoiseCraft is an open source, visual programming language and platform for sound synthesis and music making, with the goal of creating a community for the open exchange of musical ideas.
Science to touch: LaLaLab
A collection of visual mathematical tools to explore music possibilities
Seeing music Google experiment
This is a tool for visualizing music. You can turn on your mic to sing or play sounds. You can also drop in your own audio or video file. Some modes – like Hilbert Scope and Spectrogram – show the subtle textures of sound. Others show the paths and shapes of different melodies.
Sequencer64 is a progressive web application that allows you to quickly sequence a 64-step pattern for a 9-sound sampler.
Fully Open-sourced Online MIDI Editor
The first all-in-one online platform for songwriters. 5 songs limited free plan.
Strudel, a new live coding platform to write dynamic music pieces in the browser! It is free and open-source and made for beginners and experts alike.
It's a demo of a JS lib for music theory. It shows the compound waveform of any given chord. Already implemented in practice apps.
The Music Lab
We do citizen science to learn how the human mind creates and perceives music. Pick a game to get started!
Tone.js demos
A collection of interactive WebAudio online apps built with Tone.js library
Uke Buddy
A comprehensive tool to explore ukulele chords, scales and song tabs.
Инструменты для преподавания и исследования музыки (на русском)
Кварто-квинтовый круг, аппликатуры, клавиши, с возможностью скачать нарисованное