Flashcards are widely used as a learning drill to aid memorization by way of spaced repetition. This app features flashcards to develop note reading on the treble clef, suitable for all VIOLIN Players in any style of music.
The front side of the card displays the note on the music staff, and the back side displays what note it is and where to play it on the fingerboard.
- You can customize the range of cards being displayed.
- You can also select whether to display sharp or flat notes.
- Auto play, hands off mode.
- Quiz Mode to test yourself and track your progress.
- An audio reference is provided for each note helping your familiarize with the pitch.
- 3 choice of nomenclature (1) A,B,C (2) Do,Re,Mi (3) A,H,C
All notes covers the first position of violin fingering.
The practical design of these cards makes them easy to use. A couple of cards a day will further your development in sight reading and audio recognition. Try this app today!
Ratings and Reviews
Violin note cards
Great app. I learned to read music with it.
The auto play feature is super and helps me gauge my progress.
Very Helpful App!!!
I’m learning how to play the violin as an adult and had little knowledge of musical notes and this app has helped so much! The app’s appearance is quite “antique” but it has been helpful! The first slide allows you to choose the notes you want to practice (there is a violin visual and the notes are on it for you to choose). The next slides (“flashcards”) allow you to practice the notes you chose. You can also be quizzed on those notes. The “flashcards” are handy since they show you the note on the staff and then the back of the flashcard (click on “flip”) shows you where it is located on the violin and it also gives you the option to hear how the note sounds. Although the app could be a bit more user friendly and improve it’s appearance it really does provide what’s necessary to learn the notes on a violin and how to read them on a staff. I think it’s well worth 99¢ for sure!
Not the greatest app I’ve come across when trying to learn notes. It feels hard to use and a little bit confusing to me. Of course, I AM trying to learn on this app, but it isn’t the new notes that are confusing me. The controls are hard to deal with. This app/learning style just doesn’t work for me, and I’m hoping others have better experiences with this.
- Christian Liang
- 22.8 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © classclef 2015
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.