Decent for reference The listening exercises lack responsiveness (and instructions) which makes them unplayable for me. Also, the piano feature could use a tune up to improve playability. Sorry to start my rating off with criticisms. The app is fantastic for looking up theory. I would like to see more details on the scales and chords sections if possible rather than the "ear training" exercises. There are lots of apps for that but this app is good at showing the theory.
Needs a few minor additions. Would like to have the option of a guitar and bass fingerboard during the sight reading games. This would allow us non piano playing musicians the ability to learn the notes on the sheet music and then varry it over to their own bass or guitar learning. Also. More exercises to play on scales like modes to help out with our learn there. Many thanks for the great app you designed. 5stars. The few changes above would make unbeatable. Please look into these changes. Thanks in advance.
There are other fish This app is simple and well made. However, there are others that are more interactive than this one. Of course, it might be what one is looking for precisely. But, this apps only functions for non beginner musicians are a pitch pipe and a cord builder. If you are looking for that, this if the app for you; if you are looking for basic information on note values and symbols, great this app is spectacular. Although, it is not for more experienced musicians who don't need cord builder it is a fine app.
Music Theory Helper Its one of the best I've. found. Only I sent a message asking a question about how many counts this note would receive. I quess no one there knows. So when I find out I will send a message letting you know. If you have a quarter note with a quarter rest under it how many counts does it get? I think I figured out it would get two. But there was doted quarter note with a quarter rest under it. Does it get two and a half counts?
Basic music theory reference. Nice App but with defects Can't play sample audio twice. To play a sample you must select a different sample (i.e. a different chord) and then back to the desired sample. The problem is worse on interval samples when, for example you try to play the dim5 after aug4. Pretty good for very basic music theory reference but may have a lot more content.
It's ok While it is helpful with chords, theory and covers the classical scales. The ability to have a scale builder feature would be helpful instead of guessing by the number of semitones. It would also be nice to have the blues scales, I recognise that they are similar to the minor pentatonics but it would be nice. The chord builder also lacks the feature of being able to add the 9, 11 or 13th to a 7th chord. The app is pretty good otherwise
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