Today's app is the Flute app:
Flute (http://rskapps.eu5.org/androidapps.php) Press fingers on the “holes” to play melodies; designed with real flute sounds; (Android 2.2 and up).
This week's apps are for flute and piccolo players!
Bamboo Flute Pro (http://agileant.tumblr.com) Sensitive to breath, touch, and movements; touch combinations of holes to play notes; adjust the inclination to change the octave; up to nineteen individual real bamboo flute notes sampling; full reverb effect; (iOS 4.0 or later).
Today's app is the PlayAlong Clarinet app:
PlayAlong Clarinet (http://www.atplaymusic.com/our-apps/playalong-clarinet/) Listens to playing and guides user through the selected song; choose the settings that complement skills; cumulative statistics of the total correct notes, consecutive correct notes, and the songs played correctly are available; beginners can choose to have finger charts displayed under each note on the staff as they play; touching the finger chart lets the user hear that note; pushing the play button allows the user to hear the whole song; advanced users can choose to display only the note names under the staff or to see a full screen of music; in Manual mode the user can play the song with their own interpretation, using the display like traditional sheet music; Stats display presents a list of all the songs, showing which have been played and how many of the notes the user was able to play; History feature keeps track of scores for past performances for each song played; Transposition feature lets the user shift the pitch of a song’s notes up or down to customize the range of the song; in Game Center stats are listed on the Leader Boards and songs are presented as accomplishments; includes some free songs and a Chromatic Scale; song list ratings of Easy, Intermediate, and Advanced; share by emailing performances; (iOS 5.1 or later).
Today's app is the Clarinet musicofx app:
Clarinet musicofx (http://www.musicofx.com/clarinet.php) Play the clarinet on the iPhone; almost every key on the Boehm-system standard clarinet is included and appropriately animated, including all the pinky keys; go from low E to a high E; there’s no octave key on the back of the iPhone so instead the user can tilt the iPhone up; use breath control; sampling lets user articulate as fast as on a real clarinet; or hold it away and play via touch; learn the principles of the clarinet; manual includes a fingering chart; some notes have multiple fingerings; in addition to a sampled Bb, A, Eb, and bass clarinet, app includes the Visual Synth; combine waves of various shapes to create complex timbres; sculpt the overtones and see the resulting wave; apply the low-pass Filter to take the edge off and some Reverb to add a little echo; (iOS 2.2.1 or later).
Today's app is the Clarinet in Reach app:
Clarinet in Reach (http://musicinreach.com) By New York Metropolitan Orchestra clarinetist Anthony McGill; designed for the musical education of both beginners as well as advancing players; standard fingering chart as well as trill fingering chart; musical term guide; audio files of many popular etudes for clarinet players; video help guides to assist in playing development; equipment guide for beginning and professional players; (iOS 4.0 or later).
Today's app is the Clarinet Guide app:
Clarinet Guide (http://www.iphone-ipad-iapp.com/ipad.html) Method for working the instrument including long tones, embouchure flexibility, finger technique, chalumeau to clarion, chromaticism, and the altissimo register; allows the user to record exercises while working to ensure intonation and tone homogeneity; basis for tackling difficult passages in the clarinet repertoire; contains a tuning fork (A3, 440), advice on each lesson, and a bibliography on the clarinet; (iOS 6.0 or later).
Today's app is one more Clarinet Fingering Chart app:
Clarinet Fingering Chart (http://www.critical-apps.co.uk) Reference application that shows all the common fingering and trill combinations available on the clarinet including over 400 different combinations from E3 to A7; scroll left or right along the stave to the note and tap to select; tap the note again or use the back button to return to the stave; for fingerings with additional information, tap the “I” button to show more info; to hear the note being played by the instrument, press the “Play Note” button; (Android, varies with device).
Today's app is another Clarinet Fingering Chart app:
Clarinet Fingering Chart (http://www.bearcatbands.com) Easy to use fingering reference for the modern clarinet; covers over a three-octave range; includes alternate fingerings when appropriate; tap the button of the note and the fingering as well as the printed note will appear; organized by register name: Chalumeau, Throat Tones, Clarion, and Altissimo (up to G); helps young students learn the proper names of the registers; all keys are included on each diagram to know precisely where to put fingers; buttons are laid out in an enharmonic fashion; reference for both students and teachers; (iOS 6.1 or later).
Still more apps for woodwind players this week!
Clarinet Fingering Chart (FuFio Cat) Learn to play the clarinet; simple and easy to use; shows all the common fingering and trill combinations available on the clarinet; play the note to control if execution is correct (Bb clarinet); note played is a real sound from a professional clarinetist; (Android 2.2 and up).
Today's app is the Contrabassoon app:
Contrabassoon (http://www.iphone-ipad-iapp.com/iphone.html) Shows contrabassoon tablature, including German and French systems; Retina display compatible; (iOS 7.0 or later).