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With NotesDeMusique, learn reading music notes (music theory) on a staff easily and have fun! This musical educational game offers several game modes for you to discover or rediscover reading musical notes on a staff.
Features : - 4 modes : Training, Game timed (finding the maximum score in a 1 or 2 minutes), Survival mode and Ear Training - Notations : Do Ré Mi Fa Sol La S>, C D E F G A B or C D E F G A H - 4 clefs (Treble Clef, Bass Clef, Alto Clef and Tenor Clef) - 5 options (Treble Clef, Bass Clef, Alto Clef, Tenor Clef and Treble and Bass Clef randomly) - 4 octaves - Sound & Vibrate - Help - Learn - Save scores - Share your score on Twitter, Facebook, Google +, etc. ...
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VonJamesam 23. Juni 2014 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Compared to most other music reading apps I've tried, this one may not have fancy graphics or mimick a real instrument's layout, but it offers several features and game modes I haven't seen elsewhere. The learning mode is unlimited, which is a great feature when many other similar apps impose a limit on the number of notes you can test in a row, which just ends up slowing you down. The timed mode lets you test as many notes as you can in one minute -- think of it as a musical typing test -- so you have a real measure to see whether you are improving over time.
This app doesn't mimick any real instrument's layout, it only goes by note names. While this won't train you so much for, say, playing a piano or learning a fretboard, it does make it easier to jump into reading music, no matter whether you're familiar with any instrument, and really lets you focus on reading the music instead of fumbling with a simulated instrument.
Sharps and flats are not tested, nor is rhythm. I would love to see a rhythm testing component added and combined with the unlimited training mode. For learning the note names on the staff, however, I'm actually impressed by this somewhat understated app.