The forScore App
More Sheet Music Notation and Sheet Music Reader Apps this week!
forScore (http://forscore.co/) Sheet music reader app for practice and performance; create links to handle repeats with a single tap; play along to an audio track; use half-page turns to see the bottom half of the current page and the top half of the next one at the same time; can download any PDF file directly from the web or Dropbox; keep scores organized by tagging files; dynamic menus; create, share, and play through setlists for a manual approach to grouping and arranging files; create and edit drawing presets; add text to page with adjustable formatting; add common musical notation symbols; draw or import own designs; share files and annotations with friends via Email, Bluetooth, AirDrop, or print with AirPrint; (iOS 7.0 or later).
The DeepDish GigBook App
Today's app is the DeepDish GigBook app:
DeepDish GigBook (http://deepdishdesigns.com/gigbook) Accessible mobile music library; keeps scores, songbooks, charts, and lyric sheets; Add, Sort, and Organize; (iOS 5.1 or later).
The Avid Scorch App
Today's app is the Avid Scorch app:
Avid Scorch (http://avid.force.com/pkb/articles/en_US/faq/en391291) App transforms iPad mobile device into an interactive music stand, score library, and sheet music store; generates interactive notation; give a performance using Music Stand mode; showcase own music; purchase scores from publishers; practice and perform favorite sheet music on the go; included content and how-to material; view own Sibelius or Sibelius First scores and lead sheets plus chart-toppers, classics, and other content from a variety of publishers; learn songs or adapt them to instrument by transposing a score, changing instruments, or converting to and from guitar tab; display individual parts or see the whole score on the Keyboard display; hear own score by playing it back with sampled instrument sounds; mix score; give a performance and turn pages in Music Stand mode; increase contrast and make music more legible by changing the text and paper texture; send files to Scorch from apps such as Dropbox or Mail; publish own music and sell it in the Scorch Store (requires Sibelius or Sibelius First); In-App Purchases through iTunes; online FAQs and support forum; variety of paper textures and font choices; (iOS 5.0 or later).
The A.P.S. MusicMaster Pro App
This week we will continue with Sheet Music Notation and Sheet Music Reader Apps!
A.P.S. MusicMaster Pro (http://apsdevelopmentllc.com/products/musicmasterpro/) Includes a PDF viewer and annotator, chromatic tuner with pitch pipe, audio recorder and player, metronome, timer/stopwatch, instrumental/vocal ranges and transpositions, common guitar chords, fingering charts, musical terms and translations, PDF viewer with markup capabilities, and the ability to import PDFs from the Internet or other apps; (iOS 6.1 or later).
Today's app is the Suggester – Chord Progression Tool and Musical Scale Reference app:
Suggester – Chord Progression Tool and Musical Scale Reference (http://www.mathieurouthier.com/suggester/) Tool to assist in the creation of songs and chord progressions; find chords that work together; build musical phrases that carry emotion through tension and release; touch a chord to hear how it sounds; press the play button to hear the chord progression sequentially and adjust the playback speed; work either forward or backward; pick a scale, then build a song from the chords that the app suggests; from the catalog, pick a set of chords and app will match scales; save experimentations for later reference; export by Email; supports device rotation; optimized for Retina display; (iOS 6.0 or later).
The Scales Tutor App
Today's app is the Scales Tutor app:
Scales Tutor (MUSIKEYS, LLC) Offers instruction for beginners with some musical knowledge; brush up reviews of major and minor key signatures and scales; recognize and enter all key signatures and scales on the staff; brief introduction to music staff notation; Interactive Tutorials; Guided Practice; practice for theory tests; (iOS 3.2 or later).
The Scales & Modes for iPad App
Today's app is the Scales & Modes for iPad app:
Scales & Modes for iPad (http://www.smappsoft.com/scales---modes.html) Interactive visual and audio reference for the diatonic scales and modes that are fundamental in music theory; view major and minor modes on the musical staff; see fingerings for both keyboard and guitar; listen to the scales note by note, in any key; diatonic musical scales and modes are one of the fundamental concepts of Western music theory; mobile reference guide for viewing and listening to a large number scales and modes, including all the modes of the major, natural minor, and harmonic minor scales; select a root note and a scale to display the notes of the scale on the musical staff; click Play Scale to listen; select the Keyboard or Guitar tabs to view fingering diagrams for the scale on those instruments; press the info button to see more detail about constructing the scale; (iOS 3.2 or later).
The Scale-Master App
More Scales and Chords apps this week as well as Sheet Music Reader apps!
Scale-Master (http://www.cal30.biz) Provides a means of practicing intonation; over 200 scales for banjo, bass, guitar, piano, and mandolin; virtual instruments are playable and can be shifted into any position; supports left-handed display and note overlays; MIDI support; history popover; global transpositions for horn players; chord matching and more; (iOS 7.0 or later).
The Reverse Chord Finder Pro App
Today's app is the Reverse Chord Finder Pro app:
Reverse Chord Finder Pro (http://www.reversechord.com) Helps songwriters, composers, musicians, and students match chord names to the notes they are playing; (iOS 5.0 or later).
Today's app is the Pro Chords - Instant Inspiration app:
Pro Chords – Instant Inspiration (http://www.prochords.dk) App developed to write songs with professional chord progressions; offers a variety of options as to what chord could be played next after the sequence of chords already chosen during the writing process of a new song; suggestions are based on thousands of successful songs and may inspire user to find and choose new chords which they may not normally have thought of in a particular context; useful for songwriters looking to compose songs of professional standards; helpful for professionals who are looking for new paths and alternative ideas; more than 8,000 different progression patterns from the latest fifty years of rhythmic music; patterns are used to suggest possible movements at any given point in a song based on the previous sequence of chords; suggests many options starting with the most common alternatives; developed to inspire, not to do the songwriting for the user; intended as a source of inspiration to boost creative ideas; (iOS 6.0 or later).