Learn Music Notes
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Rating: 3.5 (137 ) Cost: Free Downloads: 10,000 - 50,000
In the Training screen the notes sound and appear on a stave and you have to push the button with the correct note, if is the right note the note sound again, this way you can train your musical ear skills. If the note isn't right the phone vibrate and the informer mode help you marking in green the correct note.
After that in the one minute test screen you can test your skills in a limited time. Your records will be saved with the date in the hall of fame screen, this way you can track your progress.
LearnMusicNotes supports six different types of notation, no matter what country you are:
1. Southern and Eastern Europeans (do re mi)
2. English (C D E)
3. North European (C D E ... H)
4. Bizantine (or pa vu)
5. Japanese (イ ロ ハ)
6. Indian (sa re ga).
This is an open source project hosted at SourceForge, you can collaborate developing, designing or reporting features and bugs in the project page:
Gabriel - 2011-09-17
As someone that's struggled with remembering note positions for years, this is a fantastic app. Thanks.
Rui - 2011-09-07
This is what I was looking forward. Thank you. Can you make it to change the clef for the left hand?
Heather - 2011-08-11
michael - 2011-05-06
Playing the wrong note hit is extremely counter productive! Only sound out the right notes and get five stars ;)
Edu - 2011-10-09
kenilchattiero - 2011-09-21
Taryn - 2011-04-15
You don't learn music notes. Do re mi is not helpful for this and besides you are missing ti.
Cynthia - 2011-05-31
Ferran - 2011-03-12
Pressing menu button in your phone you can go to settings screen and change the notation mode to your favorite style: CDE, do re mi, ni pa vu ...
Mike - 2011-02-02
Another free app called "Sheet Music Workout" provides real note testing. I'm sure this app is great for singers though. :)
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