Note Teacher

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About this app

Fun and easy way to learn sight-reading and the names of musical notes. Notes move across the screen on the grand staff. Shoot the notes down by pressing the correct piano key. You can select how fast the notes move and the range of tested notes. Select different key signatures to practice sharps and flats. The application tracks your response times and makes the weak notes appear more often than the ones you can name without hesitation. Practicing with notes on the treble staff is free. The bass staff unlocks with an in-app purchase.

If your Android device supports USB MIDI, you can use compatible MIDI devices as input instead of the virtual keyboard. A USB OTG cable is usually required for connecting the devices. Due to manufacturer differences, the MIDI feature may not work on all devices.
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Nov 2, 2020

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1.25K reviews
Lloyd Walls
December 28, 2020
Nice app for learning notes. The virtual keyboard works fine but if you are trying to play piano then you might want to try connecting it through the midi interface. I have not done this but I'm impressed that the feature is there. The app could be improved by keeping track of the notes missed as a percentage and keeping track of your progress over time. But this might be very complicated given the number of variables. Adding sharps and flats would be a big improvemet. Otherwise; great app.
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A Google user
October 15, 2019
Love this app. 5 stars. After using this app for several months, I do know what would be an incredible improvement: give the user the ability to limit the interval range. It would be really cool if the user could, for example, limit 80% of incoming notes to be within 7 halftones of the prior note. Still, 5 stars though. I downloaded this app to learn how to read sheet music, and it has consistently improved my skill level.
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July 5, 2021
It's a good app. I used it a lot. But It suffers for not displaying multiple notes or chords; not having a progression bar, or specify exercises. It's just some notes appearing on the screen. It's too bad, at the beginning it's very helpful, but the lack of options or additional tools made me regret my choice for something more complete.
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What's new

Maximum simultaneous notes freely selectable