***At last, efficient music practice***
Pentagrom helps anyone to learn music in a much more efficient way.
Like having a teacher with you 24/7!
+ Pentagrom gives you visual and auditory real-time feedback of each note you play/sing, telling you which note is it, how it sounds like, and how it would be written on a music score. Learn written music by association, not just repetition.
+ Upload a MIDI file, choose the voice you would like to “see”, and press play. Pause. Slower. Change the key signature. Whatever you need.
- Works with any instrument.
- Perfect for singers.
- Fit for transposing instruments (B ♭ and E ♭)
- Valuable for musicians at any level.
- Upload a MIDI file and select the instrument you want to “see” the notes for.
- Select the key signature for any tonality.
- Adjust the cleff, octave and tempo.
“What makes Pentagrom different of what is already out there?”
Pentagrom shows you back what you’re playing, in a visual and auditory way. As simple and powerful as that. This makes it easier for you to associate what you see, with what you hear, with what you play (or sing). In other words, it allows you to learn by association.
By adding the sense of sight and its connection to the music score, you’ll achieve ear-instrument-score connection much faster than with traditional methods of abstract repetitions and frustrating long-term results.
“Is this cheating? Will I learn less?”
Of course not! We know what we’re doing: he have more than 20 years of experience teaching music to all kinds of students of all ages and levels. Pentagrom is the closest you can get to having your teacher inside your smartphone, listening to every note you play, 24/7.
Pentagrom is a music score translator so to speak, but you’re the artist.
In fact, we’ve designed Pentagrom so that it answers the three key questions of music practice:
a) Which note am I playing and how is it written? b) How does this written note sound like? c) And how can I tune correctly?
“How come this hasn’t been invented before?”
We often ask ourselves the same question :)