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Note Rush: Music Reading Game

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Sep 06, 2021
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Note reading made fun! Note Rush is a game for practising note reading on the music staff to help you learn to play the piano, keyboard, flute, saxophone, violin... you name it! Note Rush shows you one note at a time in random order then uses the microphone to listen as you play through them like you would with note reading flash cards, only these flash cards check that you're playing the right note! Play with a bunch of fun themes and race to earn stars and beat your best time! Note Rush is great for teaching keyboard geography by making sure each note is played in the correct octave. An indispensable music theory must-have for learning sight reading at all levels of music education. "Great app for learning notes!" - App Store Review. "So much better than flash cards! My son loves using this app and his note reading has improved tremendously since starting. I'm thankful he can do this on his own and it keeps track of his high scores which is highly motivating for him." - App Store Review. "A blockbuster hit with teachers and students... I especially like using it at group lessons." - Leila Viss, "Note Rush has quickly become my favorite app for piano teaching." - Joy Morin, "Note Rush is a motivating app that engages students to improve quickly with their note reading skills. It is definitely one of my top favorites and will be used often!" - Jennifer Foxx, "Note Rush is a great way to review notes for the One Minute Club." - Susan Paradis, *** Having trouble? See for help. *** Listens to Your Instrument ------------------------------ Note Rush helps students learn a strong association between notes on the page and keys on your instrument by using your device's microphone to detect when you play each note. Works with pianos, keyboards, flutes, violins, you name it! (See Q&A below for more about supported instruments.) Student-paced ------------------ Note Rush goes as fast or as slow as the student, with no time limits, so is suitable for complete beginners right through to being a fun challenge even for teachers! Grand Staff Context ----------------------- The whole grand staff is always visible, showing each note in full context and helping students improve their note recognition across the two staves. Octave-Sensitive Keyboard Geography --------------------------------------------- It's a "B", but which "B"?? Note Rush teaches keyboard geography by making sure you're getting the note in the right octave every time. Great for Home Practise ------------------------- Students will rush to their instrument at home every day with NoteRush, chasing stars and high scores! Unlike flash cards, children can drill note identification at home with no music-reading parent required to check if they're getting them correct - Note Rush checks for you! Play every day and you'll be great at reading piano music in no time. Levels ------- Note Rush has fifteen built-in Levels, from Middle C-Position right through to the full grand staff with 2 ledger lines above and below. There are Levels for Treble Clef, Bass Clef or full Grand Staff! Or make your own levels to practise reading specific notes, with sharps and flats for an added challenge! Better Than Flash Cards! ------------------------- Use Note Rush instead of printed flash cards! Note Rush was designed to replace the cards used in One Minute Club - a challenge you can run in your studio where students have to complete a given level in under a minute. Give it a try! -- Note Rush is made by Thomas Grayston, a software developer, pianist, and husband to a piano teacher.

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Feb 03, 2019

My young flute students love this app! If you’re looking for simple note recognition flash cards, this is not the app for you. However, this is a great next step from note recognition to actually playing the correct note on your instrument. For beginner flute players getting the correct combinations of fingers is challenging. Making it into a game makes it fun. I would give 5 stars if this had a level for treble clef that didn’t go below middle C but went into higher upper ledger lines (think F6-B6) to make this a more useful tool for my specific instrument. (Reading upper treble ledger lines is a really important skill for flautists to learn.) Still great as is, but not as useful for my 3rd year beginner-intermediate students.

Dec 04, 2018

I am so happy with this app. I am a piano teacher and I am so excited that I found this app! I love that it works with the sound from a real piano and that it recognizes octaves! My students love working in this app and one even asked to do it first because she wanted to beat her own score. Thank you so much for making such a perfect customizable and yet simple app that even my younger students can use. I used to time my students playing notes with regular flash cards but I couldn’t flip the cards fast enough and it was a little stressful because I would drop cards or the timer wouldn’t work right. So many things for me to have to think about. Not any more! I am so happy!!

Nov 07, 2019

I am pretty impressed that this app can recognize notes on the piano. However, sometimes it won’t recognize a note. It doesn’t recognize treble clef b, which is super frustrating for my son. Also, I have 3 kids who play piano and it would be really nice to be able to have more than one custom game. Their teacher assigns them certain notes to practice and they each have different ones. It would be great if they could each have their own custom game so I don’t have to make a new one each time.

Qj Foss
Dec 27, 2018

I’m 28 and learning how to sight read music for the piano. I’ve searched all over for something to study the grand staff and this is exactly what I was looking for. The custom level designer is brilliant. The only thing I could really see to improve this would be having multiple notes at the same time. Even just one note on each clef to practice sight reading with both hands. I could see how this would be difficult to implement with the microphone but if possible it would be a game changer. Love the app. Keep up the great work!

Oct 19, 2018

This is not flash cards. It will not help the student recognize the note. Really disappointed. A waste of money. I want my students to be able to learn note names when they see the notes. It’s hard enough to recognize notes when a student starts without having spiders on the staff that make it harder to tell what note is supposed to be represented. Also, there should be a way to just learn the note names, without having to play the note. Sure, being able to hear the note is good and being able to tell the note you played is the right note is good, but start by having note recognition.

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About Note Rush: Music Reading Game

Developed by Thomas Grayston.

Note Rush: Music Reading Game is ranking in   Music & Family & Games & Music

Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 1.60.

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Note Rush: Music Reading Game have a 751a user reviews.

Note Rush: Music Reading Game was released in the App Store. It is developed by Thomas Grayston, who have also released the following apps.

Note Rush: Music Reading Game has 751 user reviews.​

Note Rush: Music Reading Game has an average rating of 4.5. ​The latest version of Note Rush: Music Reading Game 1.60​ ​​was ​released on Sep 06, 2021​.

You can download Note Rush: Music Reading Game ​here

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