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Notes teacher helps you learn to read music or to improve your sheet music reading. The "Learn" mode is composed of 32 lessons which will teach you to read music notes step-by-step. You will start with two notes. As you progress, each exercise will give you a few more notes. When you complete the lessons you will be able to read all the music notes. The "Practice" mode allows you to specify which clef (bass or treble) you want to practice, or you can practice them both at once. You will be able to choose specific groups of notes to practice. "Practice" mode will help improve your speed and accuracy making it easier for you to read music. As you use the app statistics accumulate, allowing it to detect and target your weaknesses. The app will customize your exercises to help you work specifically on the notes that you find more difficult. Notes Teacher makes reading music easy!
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I’m currently teaching myself to play the piano. I have no musical past. I was convinced I could never read sheet music. I highly recoment the full version of this app. With the lessons and a bit of practice both on the app and with my intrument I’ve been blown away with the progress I’ve made. It’s only been about two weeks and I can easily decipher most of the notes on the trebble cleff!! Though it’s not going to teach you pacing (at least it hasnt for me at lesson 15) and you’ll need to study up a bit on that online if you’re in the “teaching yourself an instrument” boat like i am. The one and only “issue” (if you can call it even that) I’ve had is that there is no in-app way to apply the skills I’ve learned. I’d love to have a simple tune infront of me and, just like in practice mode, play it and it correct me if I get it wrong. So basically if it’s possible- an option to play a tune and apply what i’ve learned would be amazing! This app is 100% worth the money- it’s just unbelievable how affordable it is for how much you can get out of it!! I saw a lot of improvement in myself with practicing a bit every day! having an app like this makes it so easy to practice a bit on the bus ride home or whenever i find myself bored with social media. to add to that, an option to play music would make the app much much more fun! its almost like a game!
Im a freshmen in Highschool, and I play in my schools band as a percussionist. In fear of being left behind buy my peers that can sight read notes better then I can, I decided I should try to teach my self how to read quicker and and more efficiently. I needed something casual that i could easily get on to when i had time and practice a bit. This is perfect with the “awkward amount of time” guy that I am. Its easy to get on and just practice. Its simple to understand and because I went into it already knowing a bit about music, I could easily catch up to wear i needed to be and needed to be practicing at. This is honestly helping me with my naming and the timer is pressuring me to read faster, witch I needed
Uses a format similar to angry birds and cut the rope in that it has multiple levels and each level reward you with a clearance of one two or three stars. You can go back and replay each level to try and better your score. It has difficulty levels ranging from very easy to very hard. It allows you to select trouble clef or bass clef or both. And many other features. My favorite feature is that it allows you to use the microphone on your device to play the notes on your piano or just about any other instrument that as well tuned. The accuracy when playing a live instrument through the microphone is pretty darn good. If you play too fast, it won’t recognize occasionally and makes an error, which kind of stinks because one aspect is that the challenge level is timed. So you are encouraged to go as fast as you can, but the app can only allow you to go so fast. Would be great if they could continue to fine-tune the accuracy for speed
I was trying to look for a way to practice learning notes on a staff and this is the perfect way to do it. It has helped a lot when I sit to practice the piano and I am note spending so much time just trying to figure out what note it is. I think it would be better if you can somehow play the notes as they would appear on your instrument. So if your intent is to learn it for the piano than display an octave so that I can visually see what key corresponds to what note I am playing. This way I am learning the staff and keys at the same time. Either way I use this app everyday whenever I have a moment and I can practice.
What I love about this app is the ability to customize almost everything in order to target your sight reading practice. You can choose to practice only treble clef, or bass clef or both. You can choose only high notes above the treble pentagram, or low notes below the bass pentagram. You can choose different difficulty levels, or free practice. You can choose intelligent mode which automatically targets the notes that are more difficult for you, and helps you practice them more. Also the piano sound is really nice and realistic. Many sight reading apps use a synthetic sound that can become annoying very quickly. You can use the built in keyboard or your own instrument using the mic. ...and other good stuff. Any bugs that I have seen mentioned in other reviews have been fixed, apparently, because I don’t have any problems with my paid version of this app. I took an excellent online sight reading course in Udemy, and now I use this app exclusively to practice what I learned. I’m glad I purchased this app.
Developed by Yannis RICHARD.
Notes Teacher is ranking in Education & Music
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 220.127.116.11.
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Notes Teacher have a 5 178a user reviews.
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