For several years I have used Roland's Visual Music Tutor to run MIDI based "electronic flash cards" of rhythms on a classroom display. The "cards" display rhythms a measure or two at a time and run in real time (at about MM 100) with a click. These counting drills are a great way to start a rehearsal class.
I need to share these drills with several colleagues, but the Roland software is years out of date and no longer available and I don't know of any other software that works as well for this purpose. I have used Sibelius at times. It has some advantages but lacks a count in click. I can put one in at the beginning but that keep me from starting anyplace else in the file.
So I'm hoping some of you may have a suggestion. To be useful, the software needs to be able to:
Display and run MIDI based notation in real time
Have a count-in click that can be switched on or off
Be able to fill the screen on a large classroom display. Full screen display preferred.
Be able to reformat easily to display 1, 2, 3, or 4 measures at a time
Have an insertation point marker that can be switched on or off
It would also be nice if the file was editable during the classroom display but that's not critical.