Today's app is the Blue Note Music Flash Cards app:
Blue Note Music Flash Cards (http://bluenotemusicflashcards.appspot.com) Learn musical notes by memorizing one set of notes at a time via random repetition; begin at level one and build musical note recognition while advancing through all levels until all notes have been mastered; (iOS 6.0 or later).
Today's app is the Wolfram Music Theory Course app:
Wolfram Music Theory Course (http://products.wolframalpha.com/courseassistants/) Music reference from Wolfram; learn about notes, intervals, scales, and chords and hear what they sound like; choose from both common scales and hundreds of more advanced scales; explore triads and basic major, minor, and seventh chords; input up to four chords and hear the progression; learn how to identify music intervals by name and what they sound like; find interval inversions for every interval type; reference musical terms in the abbreviated music dictionary; (iOS 5.0 or later).
The Virtuozzy Rhythm Builder App
Today's app is the Virtuozzy Rhythm Builder app:
Virtuozzy Rhythm Builder (http://www.virtuozzy.com/virtuozzy/HOME.html) Explore the world of rhythm; fun and intuitive music bar building game for young music students ages four to twelve; (Android 2.2 and up).
The Octavian Pro App
Today's app is the Octavian Pro app:
Octavian Pro (http://www.bitnotic.com/octavian.html) Music theory app featuring over 550 scales and over 100 chords with options for viewing, listening, and cross-referencing; reference, learning, and teaching tool for all musicians, students, composers, and songwriters; includes scales from around the world and through history; view any scale with any root note, in any mode, and examine the chords and harmony within the scale; chords including sevenths, elevenths, ninths, thirteenths; invert chords and browse scales that include the chord; compose twelve-step chord progressions with inversions, transposition, and added sevenths for each step; enter notes on the keyboard to find the scales and chords that contain the notes; configure the note labels to show notes, intervals, degrees, steps, or solfège; choose tempo, octave, and repeat options for the piano sounds to suit ear training, practice, or for hearing new harmonies; PDF user manual and video available at website; (iOS 4.3 or later).
The Nota HD App
Still more apps for music theory and note reading this week!
Nota HD (http://notaapp.com/) Tools for musicians at any level; piano chord and scale browser; piano and staff note locator; note quiz and a reference library with over 100 symbols; for beginners, app covers the basics of music notation with a four octave piano that displays the notes on a staff, a full screen landscape mode piano for practicing, and an interactive notes quiz to test knowledge of notes; for advanced users, the scales browser has a comprehensive list of common and exotic scales; will show the scale, play it, and display the notes, intervals, and half-steps; chords browser makes it easy to find a chord and play it on any key or invert it; set the notation to strict or simplified and set the root to sharp or flat; consult the Circle of Fifths in the Reference section with a comprehensive reference of music notation; note quiz tests knowledge of notes on the staff; difficulty level can be set to Easy with thirty-four notes or Advanced with eighty-two notes that includes Sharps and Flats; Music Brainiac Reference Library with over 100 items that includes: Accents and Accidentals, Lines, Breaks and Clefs, Key Signatures, Chords, Circle of Fifths, Dynamics, Note Relationships, Notes, Notes and Duration, Repetition and Codas, Rest and Durations, Time Signatures, Browse with a Flick, Parlez Vous Solfège; in fixed Do Solfège mode, notes are shown in their solfège syllables Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Ti Do; not a music tutor nor should it replace an actual teacher; tool for anyone doing music, beginner or experienced; (iOS 4.0 or later).
Today's app is the Musictionary Music Dictionary app:
Musictionary Music Dictionary (http://www.rodskagg.se/portfolio/musictionary/) Music dictionary; more than 500 words with descriptions and images; bookmark favorite words; search function to find words or browse entire dictionary; (iOS 6.0 or later).
The Music Theory with AUDIO App
Today's app is the Music Theory with AUDIO app:
Music Theory with AUDIO (https://www.brainscape.com/market/knowledge_junkie/music_theory/music_theory_crash_course) Develop listening skills and tone control; identify written chords; increase knowledge of music theory and classical composers; Music Theory Flashcards; includes fifteen AUDIO decks: Beginning Chord Theory, Music Symbols, Key Signatures, Name That Chord, Closely Related Keys, Non-Chord Tones, The Seven Modes, Harmonic Cadences, Chord Ear Trainer, Interval Ear Trainer, Beginner Rhythm Trainer, Advanced Melody Ear Trainer, Composer Trivia, Common Concert Instruments, and World Performance Halls Trivia; (iOS 7.0 or later).
The Music Theory Video Tutor App
Today's app is the Music Theory Video Tutor app:
Music Theory Video Tutor (http://www.ipreppress.com/Page1/musiced.htm) Upon completing the course, user will be able to read and write music; includes fifty-three music theory lessons with exercises that have a cursor in sync with the music as it is played; The Language of Music Part 1 and The Language of Music Part 2; (iOS 4.3 or later; Android 2.2 and up).
The Music Theory for Dummies App
Today's app is the Music Theory for Dummies app:
Music Theory for Dummies (http://support.inkling.com/hc/en-us) Interactive edition on Inkling; includes everything from the print book plus audio clips, live links to other sections and the Web, a search feature, and more; optimized for each device; Universal app; listen to embedded music clips and follow along with the music without turning a page; go directly to websites mentioned anywhere in the book; search anything and Inkling looks through the whole book as well as Google and Wikipedia; Notebook for bookmarks and highlights; (iOS 5.1 or later).
The Music Theory for Beginners App
Today's app is the Music Theory for Beginners app:
Music Theory for Beginners (http://www.musicroom.com/music-trivia-apps) Includes twenty-two lessons that cover all the major music theory topics from reading notes and rhythm to basic harmony; take the interactive quiz and get an achievement badge for each topic; progress onto the next lesson; contains over 2,000 questions; music theory tool; (iOS 4.0 or later).