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NEW FOR 2022 – Figurenotes at Your Fingertips   

Figurenotes is an alternative form of notation that uses colour and shape to show pitch and rhythm.The adaptability and instant accessibility of this notation produces incredible results while making students feel confident and motivated.

Along with our revolutionary notation software which is now web-based, we offer an abundance of resources in our FAM (Figurenotes Accessible Music) Hub to make it as easy as possible for you to teach and for students to learn to play music using Figurenotes. 

NEW notation software  

Our brand new Figurenotes software has all the elements you already know and love from the current software but with some added improvements.  

What’s included?  

  • Figurenotes can be used on internet-enabled tablets for mobility  
  • Our software is bought on subscription meaning you never have to worry about updating or buying new software  
  • Import existing tunes in a range of formats, meaning you don’t need to start from scratch. Adapt your current teaching resources into Figurenotes easily  
  • It’s screen-reader compatible meaning it’s accessible to more students 

…and so much more! Visit the Figurenotes website  for more information. 

Our NEW Accessible Music Hub   

Our new hub is packed full of resources to help you teach Figurenotes. Our online resource library includes tunes, tutorials, worksheets, plugins, training, lesson plans and more! Featuring material from the Figurenotes team and the Figurenotes global community, there is something for everyone. Contribute your own resources to the community library to share what’s worked well with other teachers.  

Choose from two subscription levels. More Info 

The best bit? Funds from Figurenotes products go straight back into Drake Music Scotland, the nation’s leading charitable arts organisation enabling disabled musicians to learn, play, compose and perform at every level.   With thanks to our funders, ScottishPower Foundation and Creative Informatics, who made this possible

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