Wolfram Music Theory Course Assistant 4+

Wolfram Group LLC

    • 5.0 • 1 Rating
    • $1.99



Learning music theory? Don't go anywhere without this handy music reference from Wolfram—a world leader in technical software! Are you taking a basic course in music theory, just starting out in band, or learning an instrument? Now you can learn about notes, intervals, scales, and chords and even hear what they sound like!

- Hear and view accidentals and octaves anywhere on the staff.
- Choose from both common scales and hundreds of more advanced scales.
- Explore triads and basic major, minor, and seventh chords.
- Input up to four chords and hear their progression.
- Learn how to identify music intervals by their name and what they sound like.
- Find interval inversions for every interval type.
- Reference musical terms like "andantino" and "solfa" in the abbreviated music dictionary.

The Wolfram Music Theory Course Assistant is powered by the Wolfram|Alpha computational knowledge engine and is created by Wolfram Research, makers of Mathematica—the world's leading software system for mathematical research and education.

The Wolfram Music Theory Course Assistant draws on the computational power of Wolfram|Alpha's supercomputers over a 3G, 4G, or Wi-Fi connection.

What’s New

Version 1.3.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Newmexico12345 ,


Great app- especially the many scales!

hollyfigueroa ,

Thoughts from a musician and a music teacher...

Stick with mathematics, Wolfram. No one does it better.

Since math and music are inextricably linked, I wrongly assumed that Wolfram's music theory app would be as thoughtfully organized as their other sub apps (calculus, algebra, etc). Not even close. I deleted this memory sucker pretty quickly, since I already have access to Wikipedia.

So...please make this app free, or better yet, in an update of this app, make it music centric instead of, as another reviewer so aptly called it, a "smaller dictionary".

duplicate_id ,


This is a good example of what happens when software engineers overreach. (I am one; I understand the failing.)

This is a weird mix of dictionary-ish articles and obscure stuff that reminds me of the feeling of reading the CIA Factbook. A buffet of random facts that does little to educate.

Perhaps hiring a music teacher who can product manage a redesign would help.

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