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Recently, Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) class has been experimentally carried out in wide variety of education and training. It is effective for students in class to learn by using motion pictures and real sound. Conventional CAI systems have consisted of text and still images based on contents without a sense of reality. There are a few exceptions, but a special hardware and software for processing the contents are expensive. The purpose of this study is to develop a musical instrumentsdoi:10.15002/00024944 fatcat:ngqjvye3lbh23jai6iuz53klrq