The Tool Kit for Music Analysis was designed to feature the presentation and evaluation of many different ways of looking at and listening to music. It aims to clarify the diversity of approaches to and objectives of music analysis, and recommends strategies for choosing the most appropriate tools for the intended purpose. It was to be presented in CD-Rom format, permitting a multi-dimensional presentation of numerous examples, especially those which exemplify the less familiar forms of analysis. However, it is now being conceived as a wiki or similar website, to allow for an extensive annotated bibliography and resource directory, pointing the investigator to relevant books, articles, scores, recordings, webpages, journals, and organizations for further clarification and support. As an essential part of the work was originally developed for use in auditive analysis, the Tool Kit can also serve as a guide to the listener. An overview and outline are included in my new book Conversational Musicology.