Excellent app for improving music skills while learning at home! Learn music notes and sight-reading using real instruments like piano, guitar, violin, or your own voice! You can also use buttons with note names or a virtual piano keyboard.
Great educational app for beginners or kids studying music, playing an instrument (piano, guitar, violin), or singing!
- colors help to associate sounds with notes names
- every correct answer is rewarded with smiling kitten
- session summary let you control your kids' progress
- hints mode and music flashcards are very helpful for kids that discourage easily
Play and learn with Learn Music Notes Piano - your free music note teacher for homeschooling times.
Listen to the piano sound when tapping buttons or keyboard (device's input) so you can hear selected notes and build your perfect ear skills when sight-reading practice.
This app will help you learn music notes and sight-reading in just a few days! Set your daily goal and use the app's timer to stay on track.
Customize your exercises, for example by selecting only music notes that you have problems to sight-read. This way you will quickly learn how to read music. Beginners can start with level 1 and level 2, which teach only notes on lines or between lines.
If you don't recognize the note, simply swipe the screen to see the music flashcard with note name.
When playing the guitar or singing select sound source icon (guitar or male voice) for note transposition (guitars are transposed instruments and are noted an octave higher than they sound).
When you are playing the piano you can adjust the sensitivity of the microphone to filter out background sounds and noises.
This app is a free sight reading tutor! It's a music teacher's helper! Your students will learn notes with virtual music flashcards in just a few days!
Microphone input - pitch tracking real instruments or voice. You can turn off the microphone.
Choose between color or black notes and switch between classic or colorful virtual piano keyboard.
You can turn off piano sound when tapping a keyboard or buttons.
Different note names:
CDEFGABC / CDEFGAHC / Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si Do/ハ ニ ホ ヘ ト イ ロ
Read music in different music scales (with sharps or flats)
Turning on the hints button shows entered/played a note.
Different staff (bass, treble). In piano mode different hands options (right/left/both).
Adjust microphone sensitivity to filter out background noise.
Select sound source for note transposition (guitar or male voice)
Select the countdown counter as your training goal or if you want your child to learn for a particular time.
Listen to the piano sound when tapping buttons or a keyboard to build your perfect ear skills when sight-reading practice.
Sight read music notes after a few days of using this interactive music flashcards app!
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I didn’t know if I got the answer right or wrong when I started. Maybe get rid of the cat and put a check or an x instead..
Maybe you can use the cat to put motivational messages that appear on the screen, like if your having trouble make the cat appear and put a speech bubble saying “You can do it!” And if your doing a good job the cat can say “You’re doing great! Keep up the good work!”
Also, maybe you should make the interface cleaner so there is not buttons everywhere.
You should totally add a setting to turn the timer and score feature on and off!
Maybe also add games where you compete against the clock to get the most points and rank up on the leaderboards!
Overall, this is a great app but it has so much more potential.
Developer Response ,
Hi! Thanks for sharing with us your opinion!
I am 55 and learning to play for the first time as physycal therapy for my hand’s neuropathy. This is very challangeing because I am playing my son’s flute. This forces me to stretch my fingers. It’s fun to have the cat pop up when I have my fingers in the correct position. I would pay for the pro version if you added flute fingerings. Thank you
Great remembering of notations
It’s easy and simple. Color coding gives hint. But after some time you don’t need hints. The sound also helps to get your ear used to the notations. It’s important that you register the sound. It’s as simple as alphabet letters which has sound too.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.