Improve your piano note reading skills with this educational music game. This simple game challenges you to correctly identify notes in the treble and bass clefs as quickly as you can. A great game for anyone learning to read music.
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- Play as multiple choice or enter answers with a piano keyboard
- When playing as multiple choice, incorrect guesses are removed so the correct answers can be observed
- Select from a variety of difficulty levels or create your own
- Track your high scores
- When playing as multiple choice select between
-- regular "A, B, C,..." notation
-- northern European "A, H, C,..." notation
-- solfège "Do, Re, Mi,..." notation
-- sargam "Sa, Ri, Ga,..." notation
- Focus on Bass, Treble, Tenor or Alto clefs
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
- Now supports iOS 8
- Now supports iPads
- Chart your scores and see how they improve over time!
- New cleaner look and feel with higher resolution graphics
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Adagio needed for beginners
It’s great application if like me you need to refresh your neglected music reading skills acquired years ago, however useless if you would like to learn the notes for the first time. Scores are achieved by answering a series of questions in 60 seconds you are awarded 100 points per correct answer. In order to allow high scores it moves at a lightning speed which means that the correct signal seems only to appear for a fraction of a second. You do get a running total e.g 2/2 etc. but when you notice that you have dropped a score i.e. 8/9 you have no idea what your mistake was.
For beginners it would be useful to have an end of quiz report to be able to review which notes you got wrong. It would also be useful to have an Easy level that so that a player could choose to have just the bass clef or just treble clef and staff only (no ledger notes). Medium level could be both clefs no ledger notes and Hard as it is now.
Possible update suggestions.
Hi. I just wanted to say thank you for providing a really useful application. I use it daily.
I don't know if anyone has suggested this, or indeed if it is possible to implement in a future update -
I would find it very helpful if you could choose which specific notes to train on. It was a welcome update to be able to choose between the bass and treble cleff. I would find it helpful to be able to choose as many or as few different notes to train on , as there are a certain few that still catch me out!.
That was my main suggestion anyway. Another I have just thought of is maybe having a high score for each section of the training. ie - one for bass only , one for treble, one for both. I find the high scores a good motivational part and also a good reference to see if i am improving.
Keep up the good work, much appreciated.
Reference Section please
As far as it goes, this program is fine. However, for persons as out of practice as I am, it would be helpful to have a reference section that one could turn to with all of the notes clearly displayed on the stave. One could view, memorize and then return to the game. At the moment if one does not know the correct sequence of notes, it becomes a process of elimination trying to work out what they are.
Despite this I found the game genuinely helpful and curiously addictive.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.