The app is good, in terms of knowing the shrutis. But when it comes to the Raga section, the aaroh avroh of most of the Ragas is totally wrong. Like Raag Bhairavi shows S G M D N S as its aaroh. And so with few other ragas. Request you to kindly fix this issue. That's the only glitch i found, other wise a really good app.
I am sure the makers must have put in tremendous efforts to put together this app which gives aural demo of each"shruti" which we have been only reading about. It is so easy to comment or give suggestions but difficult to implement each suggestion. However, since I believe this and such apps portraying the uniqueness of Indian classical music are very important in today's world of electronic music, it is important that helpful suggest are given. As already mentioned by other reviewers, the change-over from one shruti to the next needs to be seamless and the background scratching noise can be reduced in order to make the app more melodious. Would be glad to check for updates and improve the rating to five stars once these glitches are ironed out!
A Strong step towards breaking the monopolies of Guru Ghantaals. But in reality if a student will go by this App, he will be detached from his Guru. Guru never like contradiction. but it is better to believe on yourself, check yourself, just don't get humiliated. There are only few people who are capable to provide the right knowledge, for Ad-free version, I salute you. But for up gradation point of view a continuous sine wave will be better as loops make click noise which make it less professional, Features like New raga addition can also be added APP. I feel when Aroh Avaroh are provided then PAKAD, Time, Vadi Samvadi Addition can also eliminate the need of RAGA encyclopedias.
Errors in theories, trust it at your own risk We know yaman is a sampoorna- sampoorna jaati raga. Click on yaman and you would find there is no initial sa to it nor is the pa. I mean after you claim to give us the exact shruti of each note for a raga, why is there an error in the number of notes of raga itself? Explain it to me if I am making some mistake. But the theories I have come across says yaman is a sampoorna jati raga.
Request to correct the symbols in "select your Sa/Scale. In western music # is for tivra swar called sharp. For komal swar, called flat, b (like) symbol is used. So either F#,G,G#,A,A#,B,C,C#,D,D#,E,F or Gb,G,Ab,A,Bb,B,C,Db, D,Eb,E, F according to western music symbols. Using # for komal swar can create confusion for those conversant with western music symbols, as it is used to signify half note higher frequency. Ideally Indian scale in western notation would be, F#,G,Ab,A,Bb,B,C,Db,D,Eb,E,F
Very helpful and one of the best apps I ever had.. Just I suggest you to add option to increase or decrease tempo when playing any raag.. Also if possible to add option to play more than 2 Shruti at the same time so that a singer can use it for Riyaz. And also a option to create our taan(exercises) in particular raag with tempo adjustment.. These three major update will make this app the best one.. Thank you..
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