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DescriptionNOTE: We are aware of an issue with Note Tutor running on iOS 8. A fix will be available as soon as it is approved.
Are you a beginner musician, or thinking about playing great music again? Then Note Tutor is for you. Basic music theory is presented in a fun, flash-card game format, enabling you to memorize the basics you need to read music quickly and effectively, wherever you are.
Note Tutor starts from the beginning, and helps you build music note recognition through random repetition.
Learn basic note recognition in a fun, flash-card game format. Master the basics quickly and easily.
Applicable to all instruments and styles of music.
Start from the beginning, and advance to the next version of Note Tutor to build on your solid basic music theory skills.
To use Note Tutor, simply identify the note by pressing the correct A, B, C, D, E, F, or G button. If you are right, you get one point and advance to the next note! If you are wrong, you lose a point, but you get to try again.
The score shows how many notes you are recognizing correctly per minute. If you slow down, your score may go down, even if you do not make mistakes... so try to go as fast and as accurately as you can!
Note Tutor now allows you to choose whether you want to practice only the treble clef, only the bass clef, or both clefs at once.
We have also added an option that allows you to choose how Note Tutor displays the score: kids may prefer to see the points scored, while more serious students may prefer the "points per minute" display that helps you improve your speed and accuracy.
Both new features are accessed by pressing the "i" button to reveal the flipside control screen.
If you want to practice the Tenor Clef or the Alto clef, please consider purchasing the Tenor Tutor application!
What's New in Version 1.3* You can now practice note recognition in the context of key signatures -- all 12 key signatures supported
* Specific key signature can be selected, or random key signatures can be generated
* The key sign can be displayed (controlled via a selector)
* The "i" button has been enlarged to make it easier to access the control pane.
* Sound samples have been improved (192 kbps sound is now standard)
* Users who do not want to use the key signature feature can choose to keep the ABCDEFG note button order