This is the LITE version of Note Trainer with 9 exercises. The full version has
30 exercises as well as custom exercises. Note Trainer is designed to help
train your ability to read music. It is aimed at beginners, music students,
musicians and anyone interested in musical reading. Note...
I have been playing for a few years. I learned guitar playing by ear and started the piano the same way. I like writing songs and this App truly trains as well as helps me to learn the notes. I Thank all of the creators who played a part in creating this App and actually helping unselfishly.
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Hi, I think that you should have a setting where it is all the notes, all the treble clef notes or all the base clef notes. If you add that ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️. Five stars for you! - ACQ300 age 11
I really like that it is helps me identify the notes faster at my own pace.
Easy Beginner Drill
Can take this to a cafe or uninteresting Basketball game or seminar, when bored and really get used to the notes fast.
Just started playing with this app to improve sight reading— so far so good!
This app saved me in music class
Really Useful. I upgraded to the paid version within the first 24 hours.
I got the free version of this and within 24 hours, I could see how useful this would be to me, so I've just purchased the paid version. I'm returning to music after about 7 years hiatus and am wanting to turn reading music into a skill set as strong as that of just being able to pick up a (literary) book and read it... I think your app will be really helpful. I just saw that you have an ear training app as well, and I'm eager to try that, too. I used to be a decent-ish, if slow, sight reader. I'm great at playing by ear, and my uneven skill set has allowed me to fake my way through a lot of improv jamming with other people. I'm excited to be able to level up my musicianship with the help of your great app. I downloaded about 30 different note-practicing apps, and am slowly removing the ones that don't seem to be as useful to me. Your app really stands out as a keeper; it's really robust in the free version -- there are a lot of ways to use this app if you're serious about wanting to improve sight reading and playing. I was really excited to see that (for iPhones 5s and newer) it includes an option to play a practical, human-powered instrument into the microphone. At first I thought the microphone wasn't responding, but then I realized you have to play a sustained note long enough for the microphone to register the note you're playing. Once I started to find the rhythm, it started to register the notes more smoothly and quickly. Since I'm just learning to sight-read on my alto instrument, I don't mind it being a little slower. On my soprano, it can get a little tedious to hold shrill notes for that length of time. For a quicker passage through the exercises, note by note, it's more expedient to use the built-in, touch-screen keyboard within the app itself (and with my headphones in, I don't have to worry about terrifying the neighborhood cats and dogs). I haven't tried to plug in any midi instruments as of yet. I'm really looking forward to exploring all the ways the paid version will help me to expand my skills. In just 24 hours, I've retrieved some of my long-neglected sightreading powers from the mists of the past, and have learned several other things for the first time ever. Thank you, thank you! Also, as a sometime Celphone-game-addicted person, it's nice to be able to replace solitaire or some of the other something-to-do-with-my-hands-while-I've-got-a-few-moments [or hours] games I used to play on my phone, and instead play around with something that enriches my quality of life when I'm not on the phone. Kudos and much appreciation for making such a strong app. Wonderful work.
Great study tool
Pretty good but needs one improvement
Please make the option to TURN OFF BASS CLEF!!! I don't need to know bass clef, only treble. It only slows me down and makes it harder to concentrate on what I need to learn.
Yes. Note Trainer Lite is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 497 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.6/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Note Trainer Lite Is 54.1/100.
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Note Trainer Lite works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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