Music Theory Helper

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.4
5.97K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

I made this app to help you easily understand and find information about music theory. Use the included tools and exercises to improve your ear training, music theory skills and sight-reading.

Please, contact me if you find any problems with the app, or if you want to share your feedback!

Theory
Intervals, chords, note values, rests, circle of fifths, scales, octaves, and various notation symbols (dynamics, articulation etc.)

Tools
Chord builder - generate chords and listen to examples
Scale builder - generate scales and listen to examples
Mode builder - generate modes and listen to examples
Practice Helper (paid feature) - use this tool to randomize scales, keys and chords. It can help you during your practice sessions when you ask yourself "what should I practice next?"

Exercises
Ear training is a crucial part of becoming a musician! That's why Music Theory Helper includes bort ear training and music theory exercises to help you train your skills:
Listening exercises - interval recognition (melodic and harmonic), chord recognition, chord inversions, chord progressions (major)
Reading exercises - note reading (sight-reading), interval reading, chord reading, key signatures, scale formulas
Mental practice - chord/scale degrees

The app is free, but some features require an active subscription.



Available in the following languages: English, Spanish, Italian, Russian, German, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, French, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Chinese.
Updated on
Feb 17, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
App activity
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.4
5.6K reviews
Flamewalk
March 14, 2024
Paywalling features which were previously free is a totally unfair move. You can introduce new features as much as you want, you can make them free or paid as you wish, but leave alone that what was present before. // Edit: And now annoying intrusive video ads. I increase the volume for the training, and then my ears get split by screaming ads. An absolute disgrace. Also, UI issues emerged at some point, like inadequate hyphenation and text not fitting inside buttons. I am dropping this app.
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johgru apps
March 14, 2024
Thanks for your review! I'm sorry about the paywalling, but this is a solo project and it takes a lot of time/money to develop apps Edit: Can you send me a screenshot of the UI issues?
Ora_da_kid789
May 28, 2024
It really helps alot with scales and triads, but, in my school they require us to transpose melodies, if it could give examples on how to transcribe and transpose, it will really help me, and if we could change scales from treble, to bass or tennor clef it would be 1000× better, shout out the the programmers and producer, us students need more of y'all 💙
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Epamba Lunar
May 27, 2024
it's really a good app best of all, I think this is the best for any music student, the notes are well explained and easy to understand. but one bad thing is that u have to pay to unlock some features. But for real the app is pretty good, best app for every beginner.
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What's new

Please, contact me if there are any issues!

v5.1
• Added translation for: Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Ukrainian

v5.0
• Spanish!
• Design improvements!
• Annual subscription option!

v4.7
• NEW EXERCISE: change key/clef for the examples in Theory -> Intervals

Check out the full changelog in: "Settings" -> "About" -> "Changelog"