This week's app is the MusiQuest: Personalized Music app:
MusiQuest: Personalized Music (https://www.musiquest.com/) Composition app; teachers can assign projects to students, give feedback, and share students’ songs with parents and administrators; Compose Music Simply: Tap or draw to create melody, harmony, chord, bass, and drum parts; slide notes left or right to change duration; drag them up or down to change pitch; choose from over 20 real sampled instruments from a variety of musical styles; Teach Notation Step-By-Step: toggle Staff Notation on to see where notes fall on the bass and treble clef staves; toggle Notehead Notation on to see eighth, quarter, half, and whole note rhythms; combine Staff and Notehead notation to display a complete score; Track and Share Progress Over Time: track each student’s growth over time with individualized student portfolios; give students feedback on their projects during music classes or in between; export songs as audio files to share them with parents and administrators; students can login themselves when enabled in the dashboard; teachers can logout from school using RDA code; (iOS 9.0 or later).
This week's app is the MusiQuest: A Musical Adventure app:
MusiQuest: A Musical Adventure (https://www.musiquest.com/) Makes creating and learning about music more accessible, rewarding, and personal; inventive experience intended to turn device time into a musical adventure; write songs with 40+ real instruments using block or standard notation; over 250 guided lessons; play with more than 500 pre-built song grooves; syncs across devices, backs up automatically, and can be used on iPads or the Web; for educators and administrators, the dashboard makes it easy to track students’ progress and manage multiple accounts at once; for parents, hearing their child’s songs is like seeing them bring their art home from school; preserves musical tradition and provides a modern, creative learning experience; (iOS 9.0 or later).
This week's app is the Musicnotes Decks: Music Flash Cards app:
Musicnotes Decks: Music Flash Cards (http://www.musicnotes.com) Learn the basics of music theory; music notation flash card app; three full decks included; Music Symbols including 50 basic musical notation symbols along with definitions and audio pronunciations; Treble Clef Notes including two full octaves of notes with notation, name, and audio; Bass Clef Notes including two full octaves of notes with notation, name, and audio; view cards in two modes: Flash card mode where the symbols are shown but titles and definitions are hidden and List Mode which allows user to flip through the symbols in an easy-to-browse list for use as a music notation resource; includes both British and American English terms and pronunciations; optimized retina graphics; designed by professional arrangers and composers; (iOS 5.1.1 or later).
This week's app is the Musical U: Easy Ear Training app:
Musical U: Easy Ear Training (https://www.musical-u.com/apps/EasyEarTraining/) New resources every day; unlock natural musicality; recognize notes and chords by ear; break free of sheet music, tablature, and chord charts; make sense of music theory by connecting it to real music; understand and appreciate music in depth and detail; create own music freely and easily; train ears and develop musicality; (iOS 9.0 or later).