best music notation app
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150+ progressive drills arranged over 4 levels / 28 chapters.
Easy mode: 50+ progressive drills arranged over 12 chapters especially designed for beginners
11 drill types, 24 intervals, 36 chord types, chord inversions, 28 scale types, melodic dictations, chord progressions
Play a selection of 21 drills in arcade mode
5 octaves of actual recorded grand piano sounds, 7 additional sound banks (vintage piano, Rhodes piano, electric guitar, harpsichord, concert harp, strings and pizzicato strings)
In each chapter, a theory card will introduce you to the concepts you will need to know
Designed like a video game: earn 3 stars in each drill of a chapter to unlock the next one. Or will you be able to obtain perfect 5-star scores?
Amazon GameCircle: unlock achievements and see how you rank against other players worldwide
Don’t want to follow the preestablished path of progression? Create and save your own custom drills and rehearse them at your own convenience.
Never lose any progress: cloud sync across your various devices
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- A variety of note types, from whole note to 128th note and dotted note
- Chord, staff, track
- Treble, alto and bass clef
- Edit lyrics
- A variety of time signatures
- Write sheet music for multiple instruments.
- Playback for what you compose.
- Export to MIDI, MusicXML, PDF.
- Optimized user experience.
- Learn to read music notes
- Covers G and F Clefs
- Great for phones and tablets
- Apply to any instruments
- Music notes generated randomly
- Listens to you play each note on your real instrument.
- Fun themes: Ladybugs, Space, Soccer, Classic notation, and more!
- Learn where each note is on the piano - in the correct octave!
- Compete for the fastest time!
- Auto-calibration for non-concert pitch instruments.
- 88-key scrollable multitouch full keyboard
- 4-octave stave / staff view for music notes
- piano demonstration play
- learn piano songs interactively
- 1. The Complete Text of the 1650 Scottish Metrical Psalter.
- 2. Split leaf view - couple any tune in the library with any psalm.
- 3. Play MIDI tunes to help learn them.
- 4. John Brown of Haddington's Notes. (Psalm 119 is incomplete at the moment). Available via a swipe from right to left over the psalm text.
- 150+ progressive drills arranged over 4 levels / 28 chapters.
- Easy mode: 50+ progressive drills arranged over 12 chapters especially designed for beginners
- 11 drill types, 24 intervals, 36 chord types, chord inversions, 28 scale types, melodic dictations, chord progressions
- Play a selection of 21 drills in arcade mode
- 5 octaves of actual recorded grand piano sounds, 7 additional sound banks (vintage piano, Rhodes piano, electric guitar, harpsichord, concert harp, strings and pizzicato strings)
- Change the key signature and time signature, add whole, half, quarter, eighth and sixteenth notes and rests (semibreve to semiquaver)
- Compose music in Treble, Bass or Alto Clefs, assign sharp, flat and natural accidentals to notes, keyboard shortcuts toggle between notes and rests
- Insert text to specify a title, tempo, dynamics or lyrics, drag notes to change their pitch or placement, copy, cut and paste measures to easily insert themes
- Add ties and slurs across notes, zoom in and out for easier editing, create dotted notes, chords, add repeats, and more, brace staves together to compose scores for ensembles
- Listen to your composition with MIDI playback, or export MIDI music files, print completed music projects or blank music sheets for hand transcription
- Flash cards include notes, symbols, and terms for first two years of study on any musical instrument
- Beginning Music Flash Cards include all notes, symbols, and terms needed for the first two years of study on any musical instrument
- Cards are color-coded by category and are numbered on the back
- Printed on sturdy 5
- 25 " x 4" cards
- Damon Ferrante
- Steeplechase Arts
- Kindle Edition