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Title: Some apps that might help someone with their music
Post by: Windjammer on June 14, 2019, 11:57:23 am
Some apps that might help someone with their music journey.
 These are apps for your iPhone or tablet  that I found very useful for beginners on up too experienced  musicians.

1)  Sheet Music Scanner


https://sheetmusicscanner.com/ (https://sheetmusicscanner.com/)


          One of the cool things this app will do for you is you scan the music and it plays it back for you  with the instrument you select.


2)   Bandmate

  bandmatetuner.com (http://bandmatetuner.com)


This app has both Google and Apple versions


       This app is a band instrument tuner but not only does it use a regular tuning meter but it also puts it on a music staff as you play it.
Title: Re: Some apps that might help someone
Post by: Harp Player on June 15, 2019, 01:34:52 am
That first on sounds way too cool.  I wonder if they have an Android version?

I use Pano tuner.  It is a fully chromatic tuner that will work with any instrument.   It is free with ads or you  register it and use it ad free for a couple dollars.
Title: Re: Some apps that might help someone
Post by: Windjammer on June 16, 2019, 12:12:14 am
Hey Harp Player. It looks like they don’t make a Android version. Sorry :(
Title: Re: Some apps that might help someone with their music
Post by: Windjammer on July 01, 2019, 09:59:37 am
Here is a app that is great for sight reading practice. There several apps in this category that are pretty good for different reasons. One of the things that I like about this app is it’s simplicity and fun factor.


Notes Trainer by Ryan Newsome  :)

It is for IOS only I think.

ryannewso.me (http://ryannewso.me)

Title: Re: Some apps that might help someone with their music
Post by: Wendi on August 10, 2019, 07:29:43 pm
For learning to read music, I would recommend Complete Music Reading Trainer (https://completemusicreadingtrainer.com/en/)  and  Complete Rhythm Trainer (http://completerhythmtrainer.com/en/)
They also make an app for ear training (Complete Ear Trainer http://completeeartrainer.com/en/)

Another good app is Perfect Ear (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.evilduck.musiciankit&hl=en_CA) which does notes, reading music, learning rhythm, and ear training all in one, just takes a slightly different approach.
Title: Re: Some apps that might help someone with their music
Post by: Windjammer on February 18, 2020, 01:22:06 am
Thanks Wendi  :)