Frequently Asked Questions:


  • You sure can! The game does support voice but it is a little more difficult to use. Select “other” from the list of instruments and you will be on your way to learning to read sheet music.
  • When learning to read sheet music, you do not want to practice the wrong thing. Practice makes permanent not perfect. By having instant feedback, a beginner musician no longer has to sit and think about whether she is doing it correctly. This sheet music app also uses several teaching tricks such as colored notes. When you make practicing fun, you end up practicing a lot more.
  • There isn’t a trial version, but you can still try this sheet music game. Google Play gives you 15 minutes to try an app. If you are not happy with it, you will automatically get a refund if you uninstall it.
    • Alto Flute
    • Alto Trombone
    • Banjo
    • Bass Clarinet
    • Bass Oboe
    • Bass Trombone
    • Basset Horn
    • Bassoon
    • Celesta
    • Cello
    • Clarinet
    • Double Bass
    • English Horn
    • Guitar
    • Harmonium
    • Harp
    • Horn in F
    • Oboe
    • Oboe d'amore
    • Piano
    • Piano Accordion
    • Piccolo
    • Piccolo Trumpet
    • Pipe Organ
    • Querfloete
    • Sarrusophone
    • Saxophones
    • Tenor Tuba
    • Trombone
    • Trumpet
    • Tuba
    • Vibraphone
    • Viola
    • Viola ( 5 string )
    • Violin
    • Violin ( 5 string )
    • Xylophone


    There is an "Other" instrument option, if you are using it email me and I will support your instrument directly

Links

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