Your online guide for teaching
An indispensable set of pedagogical resources for teaching and evaluating sound creation.
Enhance your teaching of sound creation
- Ear training and sound understanding games
- Composition process and musical form exploration activities
- Video illustrations
- Graphic scores
- And much more…
Share your experiences
- Share your experiences with other members
- Propose new ideas
- Submit your best group realizations...
“This educational kit is in perpetual evolution; we regularly add new activities. But our dearest hope is to see it evolve on its own from exchanges between users that enrich it with their commentaries, testimonies and personal propositions, but also by uploading the best group creations.”
– Yves Daoust, fonofone creator
Four principal categories of activities and two special categories!
The progression is not linear: everyone can choose the activity that fits best for learning or improving this or that musical skill.
Talking with sounds
Activities focused on exploration of particular composition processes. (Accumulation, A glissando is a musical term of Italian origin that designates the continuous sliding of a sound in an upward or downward movement. The glissando can be produced by the human voice and, among other things, by stringed instruments and the slide trombone. A glissando effect can be produced on fixed pitch instruments such as the piano and the harp..., rupture, lag, timbre melody, narrative frame, point line, etc).