Practice your favorite masterpieces with Metronaut! Explore more than 4000 music
sheets with high quality backing tracks for all instruments (including voice)
and levels and enjoy practicing like never before, even when you’re alone.
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I love the concept, this app enables you to practice on your own along piano or orchestral accompaniments with plenty of features to help you. I play the violin and noticed new scores are added regularly which is great as it makes you discover new pieces to practice. The design also looks really nice compared to other accompaniment app ;-) Well done
The piano accompaniment is off a few measures with the solo on a lot of songs. It makes the app useless if the accompaniment and solo is off sync. If this is fixed then it’s 5 stars. For now 1 Star. Update: developer responded promptly and fixed the issue. Review updated to 5/5 and I ended up purchasing the premium service
I have been playing with this for a year now and can’t practice without it. I play flute and recommend it to anyone from amateurs to professionals looking for an accompaniment for solos.
Great idea for an app!! It’s been nice to get back into playing my cello and I owe it to this app. Definitely a couple features are missing. I would love the app to have a tuner. Lots of good scores are missing. Import feature will be a big plus.
I’ve discovered this App when I was looking for music sheets and it has now become my new go-to, thank you for the great work and keep adding new music!
Very impressive 🎶
Thanks a lot for this app! It’s everything I’ve ever wanted :) I can now play violon with quality audio accompaniments and music sheets! Contrats 👍
A great music app, but the subscription.....
This is an amazing music app for musicians and it works well, but when your free trial is up which doesn’t even last long, it’s all over.
Thank GOD for Metronaut.
This is by far, the best app I own. My violin practice is extremely enjoyable now. The price is a steal for what they give you here. It’s gorgeous, creative, fun and extremely instructive. Keep the new scores coming. The more you import the more obsolete you make every single music app on the market. I would not go anywhere else. Cheers and congrats, this app is perfect.
I discovered the app some weeks ago! Can’t play music without now. Thanks for all those music sheets 👏
As a music teacher, I love using Metronaut !! My students too. Many music sheets and beautiful arrangements 👏👏
I don’t like it when you buy a piece and it’s very expensive I think violy is better because I don’t don’t have to pay lots of money for a piece and I think all musicians can have the ability to have all pieces for FREE.
Awesome play along app
This app is great, thanks!
I like this app. It’s so amazing but I rated this app 4 star because it’s don’t have ukulele. Whyyyy? A little bit disappointed
The closest thing available to playing music with others
I play with an orchestra. There is nothing like that magic when we are all on the same wavelength and join tempos without saying a word. But when we use an accompaniment track, it is always dead, somehow. Until now. Having dynamic accompaniment through Metronaut unlocked something in my playing. Especially being able to use it while alone in my room and with/without headphones, it allowed for experimentation and the ability to comfortably play at any dynamic. I discovered a whole new style for when I play the viola. This interplay between my playing and Metronaut helped me internalize the music at lightning speed. I remember how it felt to play after I was done. I highly recommend this app for all classical musicians, period!
Switch to subscription model bad move
Edit: I’m changing my rating from 1 to 3 stars because the app itself is great, and the developer is very responsive, which is a great attribute. I can’t go higher than 3, though, because the nickel-and-diming of a hundred services is not good, and I can’t support that. Well, so much for that. I had built up some nauts to “purchase” some music... and TODAY they switched the app to a subscription-based model, so I lost all the virtual money I had saved up. 10 lousy minutes per month for free, and then you have to pay for more? No thanks. I had just raved about this app earlier this week to an Orchestra I play with and shared on Facebook LAST NIGHT! They all LOVED the idea of a reward-based system instead of subscribing like other apps. Now I have to recant my endorsement and delete my Facebook post because I don’t share something I’m not excited about. I don’t do subscription services like this because eventually you’re spending a lot of money per month with multiple services. You don’t notice it when you sign up... just when all the bills come. I really liked this app, too. I’m disappointed.
Yes. Metronaut Sheet Music is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 178 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Metronaut Sheet Music Is 69.5/100.
Yes. Metronaut Sheet Music is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 178 Metronaut Sheet Music User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Metronaut Sheet Music Is 69.5/100.
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Feb 18 2021
I downloaded the app from the Apple App Store last night and my initial impressions are that the app has great potential for me. However, one thing I have tried doesn’t work. In order to enjoy the full orchestral experience I would like to play the backing track through my stereo system/ smart speaker. I have successfully streamed the track from my iPad to the system, but the result is a distorted sound. I don’t have this problem streaming iTunes or radio stations, so wonder if Metronaut is not intended to be streamed.
Please can you help.
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