Great app! This is a very effective tool for learning to read sheet music. It has a lot of features -- and has tremendous potential for many more. I'm surprised this isn't a pay-for app. I'd be willing to pay for it, especially if it leads to future enhancements.
Great sight reading practice As good as it gets on a phone to help practice sight reading while without a real keyboard. I also teach my son and use this for his note reading practice! I love that the real keys are laid out, not just a list of letters. And that it's a whole line at a time instead of one note at a time. It would be stellar to add time and rhythm to the mix, it would have to be basic for an app, but still a great beginner learning tool to add to it!
Thank you! This is a wonderful app. Elegant and very practical. Thank you! This is a wonderful app. Elegant and very practical. I'd love to donate...... Please place the option to do so. If you can come up with a guitar app as well that would be great! Again, thank you.
The best Hands down the best sight reading app, not to mention free. Other apps just give you random notes out of context and here you have the most piano like experience.
Amazing little app and WITHOUT ADS!! I absolutely adore this app. It lets you improve your sight reading skills. You can choose the number of accidentals and even select the key in which you want to practise. You can choose from 3 difficulty levels. There are some features that would improve it, like being able to save your score, or increase/decrease the number of keys displayed, but those would be a bonus. Also, why not also creating a chords exercise? I would be willing to pay for it!!! Anyway, thank you for such a great app!
Lovely piece of work This is simply superb. Lovely interface, simply perfect to read musical notes n practice them.
- Program "advanced/bass clef" showed keys that were impossible to play in two-octave mode
- Learn stage is now optional (change in options menu)
- added version label to show the current version inside the app
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