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Interactive Music Theory
& Aural Skills

Welcome to the Future of Music Education

For a limited time, instructors using Artusi receive free access to a fully customizable, interactive music fundamentals textbook that you can use anywhere, anytime—right in your browser! Use it right away in your class, or customize it to fit your teaching style.
Artusi is a suite of digital tools to help students learn the fundamental skills of music theory faster, better, and more accurately than before so they can spend more time pursuing the creative mission of music making and music study.
Instructors using Artusi can create their own custom content or use our curated curriculum for assignments, for in-class or for virtual instruction, or exams, including placement exams for colleges, graduate schools, and high schools. See more about how it works.

Harmony & Counterpoint


4-Voice Part Writing

Species Counterpoint

Embellishing Tone Creation

Chord Dissonance Resolutions

Chord Progressions

Fundamentals


Chord, Scale, & Interval Spelling

Missing Barlines, Note Lengths

Enharmonic Spelling

Motion Identification

Exercises showing chord creation

Aural Skills


Harmonic, Melodic, & Rhythmic Dictation

Chord, Scale, & Interval Identification

Hearing Incorrect Scales

Pitch Direction

Harmonic dictation example

Post Tonal


Twelve Tone Rows

Pitch Class Cardinality

Neo-Riemannian Operations

Tone row creation
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What our users are saying

I have looked at several other theory sites, and I have chosen this as the best … it seems the easiest to set up.

– Lyn Ritz

Walla Walla University

Artusi is a game-changer for those who are learning music theory for the first time. Being able to get instantaneous feedback while doing theory exercises is extremely invigorating and liberating. Doing exercises on Artusi is more addictive than playing Candy Crush - and you'll learn more music theory doing so!

– Hubert Ho

Northeastern University

Thank you for saving me! I cannot wait to have my colleagues use it too.

– Lori Wacker

East Carolina University

I plan to continue using Artusi even after we go back to in-person teaching. The aural component is a real plus for students doing theory exercises. And, now that I’ve created so many of my own exercises, Artusi is simply more efficient. If I decide I need to tweak something, it’s easy to do. Artusi has been a lifesaver for my classes!