Dezrann (www.dezrann.net)

Dezrann, a platform to share music analysis

đŸ‡«đŸ‡· Dezrann est une plateforme libre pour Ă©couter, Ă©tudier et annoter la musique sur le web, utilisĂ©e pour la pĂ©dagogie et la recherche en informatique musicale. Une collaboration a dĂ©marrĂ© en 2019 avec l'AcadĂ©mie d’Amiens (voir l’action Favoriser l’Ă©coute autonome en Ă©ducation musicale). En 2021/22, Dezrann est soutenu par le CPER MAuVE et par le programme Sciences Infusent de l’UniversitĂ© de Lille, en collaboration avec l'AcadĂ©mie de Lille.

Dezrann est actuellement un prototype mais peut dĂ©jĂ  peut ĂȘtre utilisĂ© en classe ou en Ă©cole de musique. Contactez-nous pour prĂ©parer votre sĂ©ance avec Dezrann.

Dezrann is an open platform to hear, study, and annotate music on the web. Dezrann usages include music education as well as corpus annotation for musicology or computer music research. You can click anywhere on the score or the waveform to add or edit labels.

Analysis of the Bach fugue in C minor BWV847 with Dezrann

Development and roadmap

Next planned features include direct audio or score upload and realtime collaborative editing (see CMMR 2019 paper). We also plan to add further collaborative features and to improve the responsivity for mobile and tablet usage. To receive updates on Dezrann, to make suggestions, to request an account, or to request new pieces, please drop us a mail.

Dezrann is developped by Louis Garczynski, Emmanuel Leguy, and the Algomus computer music team. Dezrann is open-source (GPL v3+). The code and the public issue tracker are on Gitlab. Dezrann has been tested on recent Firefox, Safari and Chrome web browsers.

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