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Oratio's Flute Master
Genre: Music
Platforms: PC, Mac
Players: Single-player
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Oratio's Flute Master is a fun and colorful game, developed by Insignio Labs, where you will learn how to play a real instrument: the recorder (the kind of flute that is the main instrument taught worldwide in music classes).

Yes, you will grab your REAL recorder and play the game with it!

You and Oratio will help the dragon Cornelius save his food from the evil strawberry-eating vampires. Along the way, you will learn how to play the notes on your recorder, with 27 unique and original songs gradually introducing each note and increasing in difficulty.

Rock your recorder!

  • 27 original songs made specifically for the recorder (flute instrument).
  • Real-time detection of flute sound, using your microphone.
  • Gradual learning of notes and finger placements.
  • Colorful and cartoon-like art, with cute characters!
  • Notes that are associated with colors, for easier recognition.
  • A scoring system that adds repetition value to the game (maximize your score!).
  • English, Portuguese (PT and BR), German, Spanish and French languages.

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Cyberbrickmaster86 Jul 24 @ 2:39am 
Fascinating how all you need to play is an actual recorder an microphone! Makes me wish such a game could've existed in the 90s, when I was made to practice a recorder at school!
EternitY Jun 21 @ 4:19pm 
Insignio Labs  [author] May 13 @ 6:56am 
In answer to islandmonkey, at the current moment we've not planned a Linux version but we are seeing a growing request of such. Who knows, it might be a nice addition to all our versions. Stay in touch ;)

In answer to eighteenletterword, as it is, the software recognizes all notes from the recorder without problem (of course, with use in environments without a lot of noise). The recorder and only the recorder. New games with the same gameplay applied to other instruments may come one day.

Thanks once again for all the comments and votes. Your feedback is important to us.
Prince_Shinigami Apr 22 @ 9:45am 
ill give this a yes. i wouldnt play it its not my kind of game. but i can see kids and other people having this even the school kids in music class. so i will totally support this. any game that can teach is a plus in my book
Kainoa Apr 10 @ 5:10am 
i dont have a recorder but i can see this becoming a fun game for those with it so you friend deserve an upvote
Lorthor500 Apr 7 @ 3:05pm 
looks like a good tool to use
islandmonkey Apr 6 @ 3:41am 
Hello, any Linux support planned?
green_knight87 Apr 4 @ 6:05pm 
This seems like a great game, and wonderful tool for learning a new instrument! I certainly look forward to trying it out!
eighteenletterword Mar 14 @ 11:48pm 
I'm actually an expert recorder player. This is obviously meant for children (or beginners, I guess), but I think it has great potential as a teaching tool and could be used as a foundation for more complicated programs. The current system looks like it will only work for certain notes, though...that could be a problem.
This is a great teaching tool it seems. Would I use it? Not with the content/art direction it is currently taking. I'd like something a bit more... mature in design language.

However, I could see this being useful for a younger person looking to practice the recorder.