Any Noteflight Score can be used with SoundCheck, including all Noteflight Learn Content Libraries. Noteflight Scores are easily converted into SoundCheck scores with a simple selection and all scores are contained in your Noteflight Learn account. SoundCheck Scores can also be assigned to students just like Noteflight Scores, so they work consistently in Noteflight Learn including with Google Classroom and other learning management systems. Here is how it works:
Creating SoundCheck Scores
|1. Select "Create SoundCheck Score" in the Score Details panel.|
|2. Select a score goal, assessment difficulty level (easy, medium, or hard) and number of attempts allowed (1-9 or unlimited). Note: You can also change these settings when you assign a SoundCheck Score to students as an Activity Template.|
|3. The SoundCheck Score is created as a new score in your account and your original Noteflight Score is not changed. The original Noteflight Score is referenced in the top of the Score Detail panel so you can easily go back, make any changes, and create a new SoundCheck Score.|
A couple notes about SoundCheck Scores:
Repeats- SoundCheck functions best with through-composed music, so if your music has repeats or Codas you will need to unroll repeats first. All Content Library scores already include a SoundCheck version that is through-composed.
Recorded Audio-When creating a SoundCheck score, Noteflight will use the audio playback option you have selected. If you have recorded audio, the SoundCheck Score will be created with your own recorded audio. This can be used to rate your own consistency of a performance, or have students assessed against each others recordings.
Assigning SoundCheck Scores
SoundCheck Scores use the same sharing options as Noteflight Scores, so you can create an Activity Template with any SoundCheck Score and use that for an assignment. When creating a SoundCheck Activity Template, you also have the option to change any of the SoundCheck settings. For example, you can limit attempts for a sight reading assignment.
When students open an Activity Template they will automatically get their own unique copy, which they can complete and turn in. Teachers have full access to the student's SoundCheck Score to see their feedback and ratings, plus listen to their recorded performance.
Students can also create Activity Templates for each other, so you can have them compose then share their SoundCheck Scores for other students to perform and be assessed.