SMIL (pronounce it "smile") stands for Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language and it synchronizes graphics and sound. It makes no sense to edit music notation in SMIL but SMIL is good for distributing graphics (scores) and sound in a platform independant way. It could be used to teach music notation over the web. There are big sites about SMIL, but they are somewhat confusing. The SMIL tutorial by HELIO is straightforward and clear.

W3C lists SMIL players and tools .

For a good introduction, read A Realist's SMIL Manifesto and A Realist's SMIL Manifesto, Part II by Fabio Arciniegas A.

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