Muder - Music Sight Reading

4.0
90 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Learn the notes and improve your Sight Reading skills with Muder! 🎵

Challenge yourself anytime anywhere, try to guess as many notes as possible in the shortest amount of time and learn to read sheet music.

Muder is fast, effective and easy to use. It lets you customize the exercise and increase the difficulty. With the base level, you can exercise only with natural notes. Then, when you will feel ready, you can include accidentals or/and key signatures, you can change clef and learn to read all the notes in every key and position. 💥⚡️

Muder lets you also track your progress efficiently. You can analyze your answers and improvements month to month, so you can easily reach your goal and become a better musician. 📈🎷

FEATURES
★ Simple and beautiful material UI
★ Speed up your sight reading
★ Customize the excercise and increase the difficulty
★ Track your progress and reach your goal
Updated on
Jan 3, 2019

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4.0
90 reviews
A Google user
October 31, 2019
Been having an issue with the app where the "Range of notes" setting will revert to only a single note on the Treble and Bass clefs. Only those two clefs are selected, but after answering between 3-10 notes it will revert to showing only a single note and we need to change the settings again.
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A Google user
October 3, 2018
This is actually awesome. Though I would really love if they can have a feature where I can only practice a few notes that I'm weak at. An example would be the upper notes, and just concentrate on that only without the bottom notes.
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Simpleone
October 4, 2018
Thank you! We will consider that for the next releases.
A Google user
October 5, 2018
It's often wrong. Like it'll show a D ♭ and I'll press the C# button (because there are no flat variations for answers) and it'll say "wrong". But after trying all the other answers, the "correct" button will often be a semi tone off, D ♮ or C ♮.
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Simpleone
October 5, 2018
That is unusual. Could you please send an email to dev.simpleone@gmail.com describing the problem more in detail? For example what are your settings when this happens. Thank you.

What's new

◾️ Now it is possible to choose the range of the notes displayed.
◾️ Small fixes.