Today's app is the Tin Whistle Study app:
Tin Whistle Study (http://www.ambroise-charron.com/en/ipad-apps.html) Seven lessons to start learning to play the tin whistle; includes exercises for developing endurance, muscle building, tone quality, intonation, technique, and musicality; allows the user to record exercises while working to ensure intonation and tone homogeneity; basis for playing the tin whistle repertoire; contains a full tab, a tuning fork (A3, 440), a lexicon, and advice on each lesson; (iOS 6.0 or later).
Today's app is the Real Clarinet app:
Real Clarinet (Volkeman) Sensitive to breath; easy to learn; blow and hear the clarinet; see all combinations in the settings; (iOS 4.0 or later).
Today's app is the Real Clarinet app:
Real Clarinet (Mauro Apps) Created by a music teacher; portable and functional; suitable for students and those who want to play; has all the clarinet notes; the clarinet is a type of woodwind instrument that has a single-reed mouthpiece, a straight cylindrical tube with an approximately cylindrical bore, and a flaring bell; there are many types of clarinets with differing sizes and pitches, comprising a large family of instruments; the unmodified word “clarinet” usually refers to the B♭ soprano clarinet, the most common type, with a large range of nearly four octaves; the clarinet family is the largest woodwind family, with more than a dozen types, ranging from the extremely rare BBB♭ octo-contrabass to the A♭ piccolo clarinet; of these, many are rare or obsolete, and music written for them is usually played on more common versions of the instrument; Johann Christoph Denner invented the clarinet in Germany around the turn of the 18th century by adding a register key to the earlier chalumeau; additional keywork and airtight pads were added to improve tone and playability; the clarinet is used in jazz and classical ensembles, in chamber groups, and as a solo instrument; (Android 2.2 and up).
Today's app is the How to Play Clarinet app:
How to Play Clarinet (Josef Pavlik) Clarinet fingering reference chart with more than 140 different fingerings from E3 to A7; press the piano key to hear the clarinet sound and see the fingering; can choose one of the eleven different types of clarinet from Contra-bass clarinet (BB♭) to Piccolo clarinet (A♭); play the sampled sound on Android while playing own clarinet to compare the pitch; can play the app like a piano or like a harmonica; (Android 2.1 and up).
Woodwind Instruments Apps this week!
Easy Clarinet – Clarinet Tuner (Games and Study Tools) Tune clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, French horn, trombone, tuba, or any brass instrument quickly and efficiently; for marching band or musical lessons or practice; brass tuner uses a combination of Probability Theory and Fourier Transforms to provide the best chromatic tuner for string, woodwind, or brass instruments; aimed at those who play the clarinet; includes sample notes for Concert Bb, Concert F, and Concert A_440 for speed and accuracy for tuning all band and jazz instruments; by using the guiding notes plus the Auto-Tuner functionality user can quickly tune any woodwind instrument with this clarinet tuner; (Android 2.2 and up).
Today's app is the Violin Notes Finder app:
Violin Notes Finder (http://neonway.org/violinnotesfinder/) Learn or improve sight reading of notes, in any notations, on the violin; two modes including Notes Explorer and Notes Trainer; find the music notes on a violin in an interactive way using Notes Explorer; Notes Trainer asks for the notes and shows mistakes; measure progress in sight reading; intuitive and easy-to understand interface; violin notes range with authentic sounds; standard notes (A, B, C) as well as solfeggio (do, re, mi); treble clef mode including flats and sharps; sound for every note being played; tune violin using the string sounds on the note explorer page; total time of training displayed; retina display supported; (iOS 6.1 or later).
Today's app is the Virtual Violin app:
Virtual Violin (https://sites.google.com/site/snowysapps/) Simple user interface; includes thirty-two notes; three play modes; different backgrounds; (Android 2.3 and up).
Today's app is the Violin! app:
Violin! (http://madcalfapps.blogspot.com) App for the iPad; has a violin, cello, and viola for playing in three modes; in Slide Mode, user plays the full range of the violin by sliding or tapping fingers up and down the neck as the other hand plays the strings; in Orchestra Mode, the violin, cello, and viola are combined for full chord playing; in Tap Made, screen is filled with buttons to tap and play the full range of the instruments; iPad tilt vibrato; attack and release controls; realistic sounding instruments; (iOS 5.0 or later).
Today's app is the Bluegrass Banjo Basics app:
Bluegrass Banjo Basics (http://lpprod.org/bluegrass-banjo-basics-ios-app/) Designed for beginner banjo players in need of resources, pieces, and songs to learn; includes guitar jamtracks to play along with, hints, and tips in learning rolls; also for guitarists; easy-to-read tablature system; audio track for each tab; exercises for strumming, picking, rolls, and left-hand techniques; seven banjo-pieces utilizing the skills learned from the exercises; up-tempo versions of the pieces; special electronic tablature book with useful interactive features; hands-free autoscroll system; scrolling speed adjustment in silent mode; three-track audio player; no automatic sleep when playback is on; instant manual tablature scrolling while playback; video supplement for a difficult exercise; pull off left hand technique; (iOS 8.0 or later).
Today's app is the Banjo Tuner Simple app:
Banjo Tuner Simple (http://www.tuneinstrument.com/products/tuners/banjo-tuner-simple.html) Banjo tuner used for the standard five-string Banjo in GDGBD tuning; (iOS 5.1.1 or later).