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Anyone of any age who wants to start making music will find this App invaluable and really enjoyable.
Level 2 & 3 can be purchased from this site as a Discount Bundle together, or as separate Apps.
eto is the most effective way of learning to read music……learn as you play note by note.
Learn and improve more quickly because you’ll want to practise more often.
Music reading and music theory skills will be developed and can later be transferred to another instrument or be used to carry on and explore the wonderful Recorder repertoire.
Start with one note and a great accompaniment.
The Beat Counter will show you where you are on the music page and keep you in time.
The sound of the recorder playing along with you will help keep you in tune.
When you are ready, switch off the sound of the recorder and become the soloist.
Practice at slower speeds and repeat any section of the music.
When you can play the one note go onto the next.
A proven method which gives you the experience of true music making right from the start.
The tunes are listed in the Main Menu and you are shown which notes are in each tune.
It's so easy to use:
• Tap the Note Buttons to bring up a diagram which shows where to place your fingers
• Tap on a tune name when you are ready to practise.
• Press Play to listen to the tune being played at the final tempo (speed)
• Tap the - sign to lower the tempo.
• Practise all the tune or section by section,
• Increase your practice tempo when ready.
• Go on to the next tune.
Level 1 Recorder has 10 tunes. Here is a list of the tune titles and what notes each uses:
B Happy - B
Star Code - B
Go for A Walk - A
Two Note Blues - A, B
GEE! - G
Sailing on the Sea - G, A
A Quiet Salsa - G, A
Old RockDonald's BAG - B, A, G
The Banjo BAG - B, A, G
Be Happy Again - B, A, G (this tune also can be used as a duet for B Happy)
Correction to sizing in Tempi 100 and 70 in B Happy
Banjo no longer automatically repeats its audio.
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Undecided, I loved the app until
I preferred the old user interface to the new one, now I dread the updates you will probably have for the other two. Why do you have to muck with everything. You have made it much more difficult to tell which song I was working on. Complication is not improvement.
Developer Response ,
I'm so sorry we haven't replied sooner...and even more sorry about reaction to the upgrade. In direct response to your particular concern about not knowing which song your working on....have you noticed that te title of the song appears on the top right to the left of the Main Menu...directly above where you enter the Start Bar.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.