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GNU Solfege is an ear training program written to help you train intervals, chords, scales and rhythms.
GNU Solfege is an ear training program written to help you train intervals, chords, scales and rhythms.

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New devel release: GNU Solfege 3.23.4
We even have a MS Windows installer.
Please test, since we want to make a stable release soon.
https://www.mail-archive.com/solfege-devel@lists.sourceforge.net/msg00923.html…/msg00063.html

Windows installer for 3.23.3: https://sourceforge.net/…/so…/files/solfege-unstable/3.23.3/
http://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/solfege/solfege-win32-3.23.3.1.exe

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GNU Solfege 3.23.1 it out.
This is a devel release. Get it here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/solfege/files/solfege-unstable/

The biggest change since 3.23.0 is that Solfege is ported to Python 3. There are a few rough edges, but most things work.
There are two tarballs released

The regular solfege-3.23.1.tar.gz require you to build the documentation with docbook and lilypond, and don't include the generated lesson files. Basically, you need to run:

./configure && make

with the correct tools installed.

solfege-bin-3.23.1.tar.gz includes all the generated files.
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GNU Solfege 3.22.1 is out. Changes:
* This fixes a bug where we could not select the default profile.
* Translation updates
* Adjust some of the short interval names used when selecting intervals to practise.

GNU Solfege 3.22.1 is out. Changes:
* This fixes a bug where we could not select the default profile.
* Translation updates
* Adjust some of the short interval names used when selecting intervals to practise.
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A new stable release, GNU Solfege 3.22.0, is now available from the website http://www.solfege.org

New stable release, GNU Solfege 3.22.0 is now available from the website http://www.solfege.org
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