Screenshot of the program running the chord exercise.

The program play a randomly generated rhythm, and the user should reproduce the rhythm. The user enters the rhythm by clicking on buttons representing different rhythmic elements.

When you have entered enough rhythm elements, Solfege will check your answer. If everything is correct it will display a happy face, otherwise a sad face, and all wrong rhythms will be marked.

If some of your answer was wrong, everything from the first wrong element will be removed (preserving any correct rhythms in the beginning of your answer) when you click on the sad face, or when you click on the rhythm buttons on top of the page.

You can click the 'Play' button to hear your suggestion.

The questions made by this exercise are at the moment made by selecting rhythm elements randomly. This is not the best way to do it, and we hope a more clever way of generating questions will be made in a later release.