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Starting to learn an instrument is quite an undertaking. There are so many things and topics involved that it may become a bit much. Reading, practice, terminology and training those ear are all distinct disciplines and yet intertwined. But it can also be a lot of fun and that is why we do it.
Our Music Beginner Bundle include 4 of our most popular titles at a very steep discount to help along the path. These apps address the topics above in a very informative and sometimes playful fashion.
With Almond you have a comprehensive, illustrated music terminology reference right where you need it. It includes 1500 terms in the 4 languages you will most likely encounter in music - English, Italian, German and French. Definitions are kept very brief and to the point to avoid confusion. Almond includes over 200 illustrations and shortcuts to Google and Wikipedia for when you want to delve further into studying a topic. And if you have an Apple Watch you are really in luck, because Almond is the first and only full music terminology reference for Apple Watch.
But music is all about the ears as your teachers will tell you. So we included an entire EarTraining course in this bundle. EarMan is in essence a full 2-track study course with a curriculum as well as a quick study path. It takes you from basic interval recognition to accomplished hearing all in one. Typically both tracks are run in parallel by using quick sessions for training before attempting the fully graded curriculum sessions. And of course all your results are available as summary.
Scales are the first thing that most people associate with learning music. The ScaleMaster app provides reference, note placement on your instrument and listening options. It has a ton of features including support for left-handed players (guitar or bass maybe), settings for tone syllables, string detuning and global transposition. There are over 200 scales listed, so you should be covered.
Finally we included a copy of Mozart 2 Pro, our music reading game. It has received rave reviews and really helps along the way of starting to put everything together. The game has many features and fits any skill level - especially that of a beginner. It is great for kids and adults alike and brings some fun into the chore of learning how to read.
If you are just starting out with music, the Music Beginner Bundle is a great and inexpensive way to go. Make sure to check out the individual apps. Music and in particular learning a new instrument is a great endeavor and most of all a lot of fun!
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