Flash not supported after 2020
Adobe Flash Player Discontinued
Many educational resources have historically relied on an older technology called Flash. While it never worked on iPads, Flash was discontinued on 31 December 2020 – at which point all web browsers (Chrome, Internet Explorer, Edge, Firefox and Safari) and Adobe themselves, stopped supporting it.
For the last couple of years, we’ve been hard at work making sure that our most popular and widely-used resources work now that Flash no longer does. This includes all materials in the Musical School Scheme, and you’ll find our compatibility roadmap below.
In order to use our new and upgraded resources, you may need to upgrade to a modern web browser — see the banner at the top of this page.
This is quick and easy to do, and free. You, or your IT support team, may simply need to update the browser you already use or install a new one. We recommend using Google Chrome because it works on both PC and Mac, desktop or laptop.
Why you need a modern web browser
Resources that depended upon Flash no longer work. Therefore, all of our new resources use modern multimedia technologies, and those that don’t, have been or are being upgraded.
Our compatibility roadmap
Having already made tens of thousands of resources "Flash-free"...
All of the resources in Musical School, including all those in Scheme, now run without Flash.
Our popular Djembe course has been refreshed and re-released in response to your feedback.
New versions of Musitrax Sing 1 and Musitrax Sing 2 are now available.
A number of older or rarely-used materials have been archived and removed from the platform to make way for new collections.
All remaining Flash-dependent resources were removed from our platform at midnight on Friday 12th March.