Brass Notes is the app to quickly check the position or fingering of a note while practicing! Instruments included are the trombone, euphonium, trumpet, tuba, and french horn.
Also works for other instruments if you need to transpose music or if you're wondering what a note name for a certain note is!
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You are in band practice. You see an odd note that you haven't played before. You don't know how to play it.
You get out your brass notes app and quickly check without the conductor even noticing! Someone else asking what that note is? Tell them! At home practicing and unsure what it is? Don't look it up on the internet or a book, just take out your Brass Notes app!
Thanks for all the support!
Built from the ground up to work on all your devices!
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good but could be better
Love the idea but there could be an amazing app built out of this if the idea is taken a little further. Three things that it needs to be super helpful to all brass players worldwide:
1. Add euphonium, bass trombone, etc for more instrumentation to meet the title “Brass Notes” to go across every common brass instrument.
2. Transposing would be wonderful. Like if I play trumpet and want to help my younger trombone player hear pitches, it would be nice to select trombone notes and see trumpet fingerings. Just makes it much more flexible.
3. I play trombone. And you need to add the trigger notes because there are some low notes that you cannot reach without a trigger which makes some of the positions you give false.
All in all wonderful app but with updates it will be perfect!
Great but needs more instruments and notes
I play the euphonium but I understand that there needs to be more instruments on there and I do have some notes that are lower than what they have. I really like this app on one song I wasn't sure what the notes were and it helped a lot
This app allowed me to keep playing my insturment
I just wanted to say this app helped me so much. In a very real way it allowed me to continue my music passion. I play trumpet pretty badly, and I could never get into the upper register. The book I had only had one fingering for each note, and I could never hit it. After looking on the app, however, I used a different fingering, and can now with a lot less difficulty hit the notes I need to. I just wanted to thank the creators so much, and while much of this is more me than other customers, I just really wanted to say thank you.
The developer, Daniel Sykes-Turner, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.