- Featured at The Midwest Clinic 2016 -
Bandmate is the only chromatic tuner that displays the note you play on a music staff.
Designed by music educators, for music educators and students.
With Bandmate on their music stand, beginning music students are able to see exactly what written note they are singing or playing on their instrument. No more guessing, no more wondering if they are playing the right note.
For band, orchestra, guitar, and voice. Free with no ads, so it is appropriate for classroom use!
- See the real written notation for the note you sing or play.
- Choose to show the flat or sharp version of enharmonic notes.
- Pitches are transposed appropriately for the instrument you select.
- Tune up with an easy-to-read chromatic tuner.
Alto Saxophone, Baritone (Bass Clef), Baritone (Treble Clef), Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Bass, Bassoon, Bells, Cello, Clarinet, Flute, French Horn, Guitar, Oboe, Piccolo, Recorder, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba, Viola, Violin, Voice (Bass Clef), Voice (Treble Clef)
- Internal improvements (much more responsive interface)
- Bandmate will now inform you if you've disabled microphone permissions
Ratings and Reviews
I’m a 6th grade beginner brass player I play cornet and when my music director told us about this app it changed everything! I set this on my music stand every night when I’m practicing and it helps me learn my different notes and pitches on my cornet! I would recommend this app to anyone like even my bff who plays flute she even used this app so does her twin sister who plays clarinet!
This app so far has worked great for my trumpet. But when playing French horn or Mellophone it goes from sharp to flat in seconds at a time. I’ve changed settings to try and get a better outcome but haven’t gotten one. Used an actual tuner my director has and I’d be in tune while not in tune on the app. But again it did work for my trumpet so 🤷🏼♀️
All my band students have it
This has changed everything for my beginning band students. They are able to see for themselves whether or not they are playing the correct note. They all have it on their phones on their music stands in class.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.