Learn the basics of music theory with this music notation flash card app - now with three full decks included!
- Music Symbols (50 basic musical notation symbols, along with definitions and audio pronunciations.)
- Treble Clef Notes (Two full octaves of notes with notation, name and audio)
- Bass Clef Notes (Two full octaves of notes with notation, name and audio)
View cards in two modes: Flash card mode, where the symbols are shown but titles and definitions are hidden until you want to see them and List Mode, which allows you to flip through the symbols in an easy-to-browse list for use as a music notation resource.
Also includes both British and American English terms and pronunciations.
Easy to use, with optimized retina graphics for iPad & iPhone. Designed with the help of Musicnotes.com's staff of professional arrangers and composers, this is a must-have app for every musician.
64 bit support
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Old dog learns new tricks....
I’m in my late fifties and am learning a musical instrument for the first time (tenor sax!). I need to learn my sheet music skills from scratch and this is just what I need. Anytime I’ve a couple of free moments I just pull out my phone and polish my recognition speed. Only criticism is that I wish there was a mute sound effects button. The card riffle noise is especially irritating!
More cards expected
The app works beautifully (especially once I realised there was a British version, which had the terms I knew) but I did expect there to be more cards in the selection. Even for somebody who doesn't know the terms, it would take no time at all to learn them and then there is no challenge or even a need to use the cards. More decks needed ASAP and I hope at no extra cost. After all, there is a wealth of material available in this field!
But as I said, great job on the app itself - works well and the speech is clear ( and correct).
This app is great for testing or quizzing students who have a basic knowledge if music theory. I find that the wording in the explanation has to sometimes be re-explained, but I think it helps understanding when you have to work through. I love that there is an option to change the way notation is named (ei. Crotchet - quarter note)
All in all, exactly what I expected.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.