A compilation of information about Solresol, the universal musical language

Oh! I'm glad you like it! Yeah, you should be able to right click on the page itself and choose save as, or download, whatever it is for your browser. It's a self sufficient html file, so it should be perfectly usable offline.
Could you post some screenshots? I'm really curious about it, and I want to see it, but I can't get it to run. I'm using linux, and I can't get it to work in wine or my virtual machine. It sounds really amazing and I would love to know more. Edit: I just found the trailer and image gallery on the in...
Oh cool! I didn't know there was a Solresol day. Happy Solresol day!
I'm just curious, is August 15th a random date, or is there a specific reason for Solresol day being today?
That's really cool! I wish I could give you constructive criticism, but having just discovered it yesterday, I'm even newer than you are to this language. So I can't appreciate your creation fully, but I'm still fascinated by it, and I love the way you put it together, especially the way it moves. ^...
Okay, so I wrote another web-based utility. This one renders stenographs, notes, and a color sequence onto an image. I was inspired A LOT by this image from the forums: http://www.sidosi.org/community/download/file.php?id=5&mode=view And I tried to make it really similar to that. You can access it h...
I wrote a little web utility to convert between the many forms of Solresol! Currently it converts between full, modern, abbreviated, modern abbreviated, number, musical note, color, and stenograph forms plus two additional forms that create code for this forum. You can access it on my google drive h...
So I took David Eddington's SolReSol composition (as found from the Sidosi resource page, http://issuu.com/dabdan16/docs/solresol) and put it into my program (a web app) that takes solfège syllables as input and plays it so I could see what it sounded like. (I also couldn't find any recording of it ...
Helloo, I'm Madeline~ I just earlier stumbled upon the wikipedia page of Solresol through reading about Esperanto (which I've been interested in for a while now). And being a musician I thought it was really fascinating. :o I think it would be fun to learn to 'speak' some of this language and to pla...