Read Music For iOS
You know the notes but got the feeling you’re to slow? Do you count from one tone to another or often confuse them? Read Music comes to your rescue!
The app will train your reaction and with a little practice you’ll be able to find the notes faster on your instrument. Also, Read Music helps you to keep track of your progress and besides, it just makes a lot of fun!
Play with your real instrument
60 seconds per round
4 pre-set difficulty levels
Create your own exercises
Share your exercises
Set the displayed note value
Create your own instruments
Frequently Asked Questions
With the latest update you can easily create instruments and exercises yourself! You can also share the instrument with friends, including all the exercises.
A keyboard can be connected via USB (Camera Connection Kit from Apple). For all other instruments, the microphone is the only way to play. I am convinced that this is the most effective and fun way to practice.
No! The game continues as soon as you have played the right note. My experiments with students have shown that displaying errors or corrections is more confusing than helpful. So I decided against it.
The app requires basic knowledge of music notation. Its aim is to speed up the translation of the notes on the instrument. It is therefore not suitable for absolute beginners. In cooperation with a teacher, however, it can already be used profitably in the early lessons.
By default, a round takes 60 seconds. The score is determined by the number of notes played correctly.
In endless mode it works differently: Here the correctly played notes are converted to the average per minute in order to keep the results comparable with the standard mode. I was thinking especially of teachers who want to compare the scores of their students. Regardless of the mode you use.
Unfortunately not and we do not plan to release one. Since I only develop apps on a part-time basis, I spend my time providing one platform with a high-quality app rather than serving several platforms on a mediocre basis. However, I do not rule out the possibility that this view may change in the future.