Complete Rhythm Trainer

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4.6
4.07K reviews
500K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

The ultimate rhythm training app for musicians. Learn to read, recognize, tap and write rhythms from simplest to most advanced. Rhythm is one of the most important aspects of music and one that every musician should become proficient with. Designed like a video game and with strong pedagogical concepts in mind, this app will make you master rhythm while rendering the learning process enjoyable.


Features

• 252 progressive drills arranged over 4 levels / 30 chapters
• Extensive content: from simple time signatures to compound and asymmetric time signatures, from half notes and quarter notes to thirty-second notes, triplets, swing eighths, double dotted notes, quintuplets, ...
• 5 drill types: rhythm imitation drills, rhythm reading drills, rhythm dictations, two-voice reading drills and two-voice dictations
• Play a selection of 11 drills in arcade mode
• Play and practice polyrhythms in a dedicated polyrhythm section
• Most of the drills are randomly generated, enabling you to practice the studied rhythms as many times as needed
• 23 instrument sound banks with actual recorded sounds: piano, guitar, pizzicato violin, conga, bongo, djembe, darabuka, woodblock, ...
• Designed like a video game: earn 3 stars in each drill of a chapter to complete it. Or will you be able to obtain perfect 5-star scores?
• Don't want to follow the preestablished path of progression? Create and save your own custom drills and rehearse them at your own convenience
• Create full custom training programs and invite friends or students to join them. If for example you're a teacher you can create custom programs for your students, add drills every week and view their scores on private leaderboards
• Never lose any progress: cloud sync across your various devices
• Google Play Games: 25 achievements to unlock
• Google Play Games: leaderboards to compare arcade mode scores with other players worldwide
• Nice and clean material design user interface with 2 display themes: light and dark
• 4 sheet music display styles: modern, classic, handwritten and jazz
• Designed by a musician and music teacher with a Royal Conservatory master's degree


Full Version

• Download the app and try out the first two chapters for free
• One-time in-app purchase of $5.99 to unlock the full version on all your Android devices


Having a problem? Got a suggestion? You can reach us at hello@completerhythmtrainer.com
Updated on
Jul 12, 2024

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Personal info, App activity and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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Committed to follow the Play Families Policy

Ratings and reviews

4.6
3.85K reviews
Mark Olesh
June 15, 2024
I think this is app is nearly perfect, but the calibration beginning has me worried. This is an app to study rhythm and being precise in placement of beats; I showed my student this, and he has a tendency to tap earlier than the beat consistently. I saw that he was doing this for the calibration as he just downloaded the app, and I had to do it for him in fear of the app instilling in him that his off-kiltered recalibrated taps were the norm.
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Binary Guilt Software
June 29, 2024
Unfortunately, without calibration it's not possible technically to measure precisely the delay between an audio event and a user input. Apps that are not doing this are relying on approximations that are way worse than even a "bad" calibration from a beginner student. I would not worry too much about it though. Best, Stéphane.
Jael Butler