This game is focused on music tones. It will teach you where you can find for example tone C on music staff with either treble or bass clef. We use colors to let children and people freely explore music realm. No matter how old you are, this music game is designed to help you to be completely fluent in reading music tones on a music staff. All our simple music games are designed and created because of our children told us they need them. Hopefully it will also help you and your children.
You will hear and see a tone on a staff with either treble or bass clef. If you won't know what kind of tone it is wait a moment and the tone will start to blink in a color that corresponds to your tone.
Play Mode is in every our application a challenge. So you will have 60 seconds for recognizing as many tones as possible. World Record is real challenge so we invite you to give your best try and measure your tone reading skills with the World Record.
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- bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Has serious potential.
Nice idea, but frustrating to use. Which is too bad because there are a lot of really good things about the interface. There needs to be better feedback when you get an answer wrong - this would be much more useable if it said what your answer was and what the correct answer is. This app is ok for adults but I wouldn't recommend it for young children.
Good for a beginner, an update would be nice
Haven't used bass cleft but notes in the treble cleft are correct.
Lack of update to accommodate iPhone 5 display makes me feel like the app might be abandoned. That should of been done awhile ago.
Because of the tutorial mode, this is the only gamelike app I could find for a complete newbie to reading music.
The tutorial gives you the answers after a few seconds by flashing the same color as the correct note below.
Play mode tests your knowledge, but I agree with another reviewer that there should be a review of any mistakes made. It would make learning much more effective.
If a game gives you more motivation to learn then reading or another method, use this for a short time (unless you find something better for a complete newbie).
After learning the names & general location of the notes on the staff, use one of the better apps out there to reinforce that knowledge & move forward.
I downloaded this as a training tool, but what good is a training tool if you don't get a chance to learn from your mistakes? If you hit a wrong note it sends you back to the start up screen instead of helping you to identify the note.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.