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Heinrich

Heinrich Beta
a tool for dynamic Schenkerian analysis graphs

Heinrich is a prototype for an educational tool with which you can draw Schenkerian analysis graphs. These graphs are multi-layered so that you can fade in and out the material which lies between the foreground level and the Urlinie.
Heinrich lets you assign different layers to notes and objects in order to express the multi-level structure of the Schenkerian analysis method.
Heinrich was developed in VVVV and can be downloaded on the author's webstite

It would be nice if someone wants to further develop this idea that still is in a very basic stage.

Xini, Wednesday, Aug 12th 2009 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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