App Review- Ear Training – Right Note

Wednesday, 13 February 2013 by
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Ear Training App Review – Right Note   Musiquity reviews Right Note, an ear training app  Today we’re reviewing Right Note Ear Trainer, an ear training app for iPhone and iPad. Available in both Lite (free) and Full (£4.99), this app offers a variety of Ear Training exercises covering intervals, pitch recognition and melody training

App Review – Ear Training – AuralBook

Wednesday, 06 February 2013 by

Testing out AuralBook, an ear training app for all levels. Ear training can be difficult to study; AuralBook provides lots of tools to help with learning but in a less than attractive package.   Ear training is an incredibly important topic in the development of any musician.  This week we review AuralBook by Playnote. “AURALBOOK

Looking for apps to study Music Theory?  Check out Read Rhythm!   A seriously effective app at a very reasonable price.   There are lots of elements of Music Theory that students need to understand but perhaps the most important one is Rhythm.  This week our App Review highlights another 5-star app, Read Rhythm by

Musical Basics - The Orchestra App Review

Learning musical basics – all about the orchestra with an app!   The Philharmonia’s “The Orchestra” is a terrific app that provides beginners and more experienced players with new insights into the workings of the orchestra. What are “Musical Basics”?  We call these the skills of instrument and style identification that some people learned when

App review from Musiquity-  guiding you through the good, the bad and the in-between. Today we’re providing an app review of the iPad application, Music for little Mozarts (also available on Android).  It’s a very little app in more ways than one, so we’ll keep this app review very short! The application (and its parent, the full curriculum MFLM)

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