Rhythm Trainer is a series of fun field-tested exercises for mastering your
essential rhythmic skills no matter what instrument you play. Practice 15
minutes a day in an individual session. Listen to the rhythm and then tap the
rhythm right away anywhere on the screen with your finger....
This is a very useful app for people who are staring out new to music rhythms, but I already play two instruments, double bass and bassoon. So I am already pretty good at rhythms. Then I had a rhythm in one of my music pieces that I was practicing and I just couldn’t quite figure it out. When I went to the AppStore I found this app. It had about a 4.5 star rating, so I thought it would be okay. Then I go into the app and it starts me off with easy quarter notes and eighth note stuff. I wanted to get to the section where it had sixteenth and eighth notes in one beat. If I really wanted to get there, I would have to play every level before that. I did not have time for it, plus I already knew most everything. I would only recommend this app to beginners at rhythms. Again, this seems like a very useful app, but for someone that has been playing an instrument for a couple years or more, it’s not very useful.
Just what I was looking for in a rhythm training app
I recently started teaching piano lessons and was looking for an app that I could recommend to my students but also, frankly, help me bone up on my sight reading since I always struggled with rhythm notation past the basics. This app is exactly what I was looking for! They’re still adding features, but it’s professional, easy to use, and really helps. Can’t wait to see how they build on this already well designed and useful app. Highly recommended.
I Really had a hard time figuring out how to perfect my 8th note. But this App helped me achieve that. This App also is quite nice the App says good job or keep going. I like the fact that it will tell you what the beats per minute is for the whole level. And if you want to perfect your piano playing this is the App for it!
Odd rhythms and unforgiving rating
I want to love this app. It has a lot going for it. However there are some glaring issues that make it not enjoyable to use. 1) Errors and Bpm slowing - while it makes sense to slow down the tempo if you are not grasping the rhythm, the app counts one mistake and equates it with an attempt that had several mistakes. For instance a 16th note might have gotten missed after a whole note rest and apparently that’s as egregious an error as having missed a whole passage. 2) There’s a small demo before you get to make your attempt, yet there is no count-in. So you simply have to jump right in or wait another two rounds if you want to process the pattern. 3) Some of the rhythms musically make no sense whatsoever. What’s the point of being competent at rhythm if not to get better at complex musical rhythms. I’m not trying to impress someone with my ability to meter out perfect negative spaces between broken notes.
Liking this a lot so far
I love using this app to relax and get in the mood to practice my music. It would be great if the metronome and rhythm tone volumes could be adjusted. The metronome clicks seems so much louder than the faint little toms. Contrary to some of the other user’s complaints, I like that there is no count in. It’s hard, but I feel like the rhythm sinks in better. Update: The huge improvement you just made is great. Now the metronome doesn’t drown out my pattern and I can see what I’m doing. Thanks!
16th rhythms are too sensitive
Idk if this is a bug but the 16th note rhythms are way too sensitive and unless you get it exactly perfect, it fails you and you have to redo it until the bpm falls to like 40 and then that makes it even harder. Can we get an option to set the bpm or can the accuracy be less? I feel like I know the rhythm in my head and many times I tap it correctly but just a little off and it doesn’t let you pass
Only 3 due to payment options
The fact that this is a subscription app and not a one time payment app is pretty crazy. It is well made but many people aren’t able to practice religiously to put it to work and I don’t want to subscribe to something I can’t maximize the value out of. If I could just pay for lifetime access, I’d probably rate it higher but no chance is it worth it to most people to subscribe to a rhythmic sight reading app for phone only.
Great app. Wish it would play through headphones
Love the training. Very well thought out. But I’d like to use this while in public spaces, like airports or trains. Wish it would just play the audio through whatever Bluetooth device I’m using instead of through the speak phone. Please make this happen. This is actually my primary use case and only time I can make for this. Thanks! Great work!
Best Rhythm App
I have more than 10 apps for rhythm and this is the best - simple user interface, ability to gauge your level and adjust difficulty as you progress. I wish they had machine learning adopted to it so that app learns as I do.
Very Good App That Could Be Great
This app has been immensely helpful to me. It gives a logical progressive introduction to, and practice on hearing/recognizing/reading/tapping fundamental rhythms. It adjusts the tempo to your current skill level and requires repetition of the rhythms you tap incorrectly. I want to see further development beyond the highest level that’s available right now to build up to longer phrases and even more complex rhythms. This is the best app I’ve found for embedding rhythms into the unconscious...no frills, just a straightforward, user-friendly interface for effective, efficient daily practice. You’re onto something good here guys. Don’t stop now. Take it to the next level! 👍
Great app but....
It is a great tool for increasing rhythm notation reading and practicing playing along with a metronome. I recommend it for any musician, not just percussion players. BUT..... There needs to be audio feedback when you hit the pad to play the rhythm it is testing you on. It HAS to happen or it doesn’t feel like you are playing music. As soon as they fix that, easily a five star app that I’d be happy to pay the secret fee for this free app.
Thank you so much
I have been playing saxophone for 5 years now but couldn’t move forward because I can’t get the rhythms half of the time this helped me like you have no idea thank you so much <3
Found bug in one of the levels which hindered me from completing the exercise. Could not advance to next lesson as subsequent lessons are locked until completing the prior lesson. My finding was user error. The apps works great!
This is a really good app to use and I have been getting better and better at my rhythm. My piano teacher recommended this app to me and I love it. One out of five I would give it a six!
Easy to use interface
I like how it sequences exercises one after another, letting me focus of the music exercises themselves. Only complaint is that it doesn’t play sound to my Bluetooth headphone, although I understand it’s tricky because my headphone has lag.
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