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Using PDFs of Bach’s Brandenburg concertos to play violin parts I am learning, obtained from the IMSLP Petrucci database. Using the professional version which will read the PDFs. I especially like the feature where you bracket a passage and then it plays it back repeatedly at whatever metronome speed you want. Helps with timing, intonation, speed, sight reading. Very focused practice session. Can try different left had positions (eg 1st vs 5th) on a difficult passage ( for me) and see effect on intonation and speed. There are separate volume controls for 2 tracks. Works great usinh AppleTV to display score on TV. Multiple users could practice together. They are working on a version for the Mac, which I would also like because of the bigger screen. A I studied classical music 30 years ago and played Old Time, Irish, Country, Bluegrass since then. Returning to classical music to play with community chamber music group. The app has really helped me get up to speed! I will share and recommend to other learners in the group.
This app, currently at revision 2.62, keeps getting better. The most important thing people want out of OMR (Optical Music Recognition) software is accuracy. This app gives it to you in spades if the source material is good. Taking a picture of a book often doesn’t work well. But the same material that has been copied and then scanned (photographed) by your iOS or iPadOS device is amazingly accurate. Even complex piano pieces with crazy rhythms or complex jazz chords work well. If you need to modify or otherwise use the material, you can send the MusicXML to any other package that can import MusicXML, e.g. Finale, Dorico, Sibelius, StaffPad, etc. It’s not perfect by any means-no software is- but for OMR software, especially for iOS and iPadOS, it’s pretty darn good. Some people are off-put by the subscription pricing- but for professionals that need this functionally, it’s well worth the price. Be warned that it doesn’t do handwritten or handwritten-like fonts, but other than that, it does a great job.
Holy moly this app is slick! Just snap a photo and then it will play the sheet music. It’s not 100% accurate, but it is pretty dang, darn good!!! I can’t believe it’s free. I’d pay $20 for this thing. I’ve been looking for something like this for the past...20 years. I tried other ORC notation software that sucked, bigly. In fact, all of it has been pretty rubbish. This only messed up part of one measure in two pages of music, the rest was 100% accurate, and even had dynamics. Plus you can slow it down to play along and work on intonation and perfect rhythm. Simply amazing!
After trying out every other music scanning program I came across this one. It did the job much better than all the others - but it adds a level of complexity to the process of scanning music into Finale on my Windows machine from my iPhone - take picture, save as XML, email, import. Maybe there’s a better way. However once I got the hang of it I was impressed. And the support from Anthony has been great- unusually friendly and helpful. Scanning and recognizing music is quite a challenge and they’ve met it!
I am amazed at how good this works. I used screen shots from a few books I had and it was really easy to use. I was able to easily load four and five page pieces and it played them beautifully. The slider bar for tempo is also cool. You can slow down or speed up tempo. Well worth the small price. I will have all my piano students that have iPhones or iPads install this so they can play pieces I email them- another great feature. Cheryl Wiker The ivory League Piano Studio
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