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Music Blocks

https://www.musicblocks.net
A visual programming language for music

Music Blocks is designed to run in a browser. It is derived from Turtle Blocks JS which can be found at https://github.com/sugarlabs/turtleblocksjs. You can run the software locally from the index.html file, from the github repo, or by setting up a local server.

If you want to run Music Blocks offline, download this repo and point your browser to the index.html file found in the musicblocks directory on your local file system. Otherwise point your browser to https://musicblocks.sugarlabs.org

NOTE: The most current version of the code may be followed at https://github.com/sugarlabs/musicblocks

See Using Music Blocks and Music Blocks Guide

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