Today's app is the Singsolatido app:
Singsolatido (http://www.absolatido.com/singsolatido/) Sight singing practice; for anyone who sings in a choir or who has singing lessons; records voice; pointer indicates if voice was in pitch; generates exercises at ten different levels; (Android 2.1 and up).
More Ear Training, Sight Singing, and Karaoke Apps this week!
Sight Reading Trainer (https://sites.google.com/site/sightreadrhythm/home) Improve sight-reading with immediate feedback of timing accuracy; graduated levels from simple to professional; practice anytime and anywhere; advanced features include common and rarer rhythms from two to nine beats per bar including 2/2, 4/2, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 6/8, 7/8, and 9/8; plays the rhythm with metronome sound and visible beats; dynamics emphasize downbeats and note groups; tap to follow the rhythm with accuracy displayed immediately; adjust metronome tempo by sliding or keypad; Practice Mode and Test Mode; over 200 fixed exercises; more difficult exercises include rests, ties, syncopations, duplets, triplets, quadruplets, and swing eighths; thousands of random exercises; twenty levels of difficulty in 4/4 and twenty levels distributed among the other meters; option to add swing to every quarter note meter exercise; different degrees of swing include light, medium, and hard; classical metronome with speeds up to 240 beats per minute and optional upbeat sounds; sounds of the player, metronome, and taps can be chosen from several percussive instruments; automatic count-off; optional beat numbers in the staff and beat-counting voice function clarify the relationship between the rhythm and the beat; use the microphone as an alternative to the tap button; play the rhythm with hand claps, finger-snaps, or an instrument; optional stereo sound; hear taps in the right ear and the metronome and player sounds in the left ear; progress reports for exercises; landscape support to display longer exercises; Universal app; Expert Mode has a higher default tempo and more accuracy is required in tapping; ear training function to help in rhythmic dictation; listen to the rhythm once or several times and write it down or tap it out to compare with the written rhythm; endurance and speeding-up tests; hold tied notes and to play legato; (iOS 5.1 or later).
Today's app is the Sight Reading HD app:
Sight Reading HD (http://www.superkiddostudio.com/SightReading.php) Sight reading app that can train in all key signatures; user friendly design; learn and practice both treble clef and bass clef notes on eighty-eight keys; customize practice to any skill level via changing key signatures, accidentals frequency, keyboard range, note selections; enable/disable sound effects and hint option to train ear or let app guide; informative graph generated from history of practice statistics records progress; Retina display; (iOS 8.0 or later).
Today's app is the Rhythm Sight Reading app:
Rhythm Sight Reading (https://sites.google.com/site/sightreadrhythm/home) Trainer with exercises in 2/2, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 6/8, 7/8, 9/8 time; exercises can be played at different speeds; rhythms are played with slight sub-accents to emphasize note groups; practice mode; test mode; visual/audio feedback of the rhythmic performance; tap accuracy is measured in seconds; best time is stored for each exercise; more than 200 fixed exercises; more difficult ones include rests, ties, syncopations, duplets, triplets, quadruplets, and swing eighths; thousands of random exercises; forty difficulty levels; option to add swing to every quarter note meter exercise; metronome with speed of 20-240 beats per minute with optional upbeat sound; (iOS 5.1 or later).
Today's app is the Prima Vista Sight Singing app:
Prima Vista Sight Singing (http://android.rene-grothmann.de/primavista.html) Helps students learn sight singing and how to write down music with melodic dictation; options include the voice (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) and its compass (narrow, normal, wide), the key or a random key for a given number of accidentals, the instrument (violin, French horn), the playing speed, rhythm and melody, rhythm only, or melody only, length of the melody, width of the tune; documentation in English and German; (Android 2.2 and up).
Today's app is the Pocket Ear Trainer app:
Pocket Ear Trainer (Polemics Applications LLC) Contains randomized ear trainers for chords, intervals, and scales; tap Play and app will play a random interval, scale, or chord and user selects what type it is; also includes a reference and practice section; read information about the sounds being played and selectively hear certain intervals, chords, and scales; created by a music educator with college music students, band directors, and musicians of all types in mind; learning to recognize intervals by ear is an important part of playing music by ear and an important part of overall musicianship; (iOS 5.1 or later).
Today's app is the Perfect Ear Pro app:
Perfect Ear Pro (http://perfectear.educkapps.com/) Easy and fun ear training tool that will help both professional musicians and those who consider music a hobby improve their musical ear; seven exercise types; custom exercises; scale viewer; (Android 2.1 and up).
Today's app is the Music Cubes app:
Music Cubes (http://www.foriero.com/en/pages/music-cubes-page.php) Listen to the cubes and repeat the sequence of notes back; exercise music memory, train, play, and compete with mates; develop tone hearing; develop absolute pitch; concentrate; (iOS 5.1 or later).
Ear Training and Sight Singing Apps this week!
Ear Worthy (http://ixorastudios.com) Comprehensive ear training app; includes an extensive variety of musical listening and identification skills from notes and intervals to scales and chords; includes high quality piano samples and an intuitive user interface; has four main features which play musical elements; user is given the opportunity to identify what is being played: 1. To identify notes – random notes are played individually; 2. To identify intervals – two notes are played sequentially; 3. To identify scales – a set of notes are played sequentially, ascending, and descending; 4. To identify chords – three to five notes are played simultaneously; (iOS 4.3 or later; Android, varies with device).
Today's app is the Ear Trainer for Children app:
Ear Trainer for Children (http://www.ambroise-charron.com/en/ios-applications.html) Students recognize musical intervals and complete a score; Retina display; Universal app; (iOS 7.0 or later).