Find yourself using the same chord progressions over and over? Are you unsure what chords sound good together? Do you feel like you’ve mastered C and G Major, but are at a loss with what chords to use in B flat minor, let alone F sharp Mixolydian? That’s exactly the problem that I was having,
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Updated with Apple Watch Support. Updated for iOS 8. Added Watch support, allowing you to select a natural key, then swipe through a dozen chords for each key. Turn the watch around to see a chord while you play! Existing features on iPhone and iPad: Great for Beginners. Over 200 chords. If you’re not
If you already have perfect pitch, test it! If not, then practice with this! Choose to display the notes in Music Notation or as letters if you aren’t versed in Music Notation. Four instrument sound options are provided (Piano, Guitar, Trumpet, Violin.) If you play an instrument, this will allow you to best match the
Learn the notes of the Bass Fretboard. Great for beginners or those that never learned the notes. Select a string, and as you move up the fretboard, it will show the name of the note, the music notation of that note, and the position on the fretboard. Or you can select a note, and it
An all-in-one app! Great for Beginners! Features: Barre Chords for each key on the 5th and 6th Strings Open Position Chords for each key Triads for each key on the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Strings Scales/Modes for each key, such as: Ionian Dorian Phrygian Lydian Mixolydian Aeolian Locrian Pentatonic Major Pentatonic Minor Blues Scale
Great for Beginners. Learn Minor, Major, Augmented, Diminished, Suspended 2, Suspended 4, and all first and second inversions, on the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th strings. Includes a quiz mode, once you’ve mastered the chords. Also check out Barre Chords for Beginners. If you’ve mastered Barre Chords, Triads will give you more options to add
Great for Beginners. Over 200 chords. If you’re not versed in Open Position Chords, then this is for you! Sometimes called Cowboy Chords, these are great intro chords to learn to play almost any song, or to strum along as you sing. -First learn the chords! Select the key. You can tap the +/- to
If you’re not versed in Barre Chords, then this is for you! Barre Chords are useful for beginners, and great if you just need to know enough guitar to accompany yourself while singing or playing rhythm guitar. -First learn the chords! Select if you want chords for the 5th or 6th string. Then select the
No recording, no midi, no frills, just simple virtual drums. Pick from 10 kits to play: Vintage 60s drum kit, hip hop kit, latin kit, dance kit, jazz kit, rock kit, vinyl scratch kit, and a few others. Originally made to be played with your thumbs on the iPhone. Even better on the iPad.
Test your knowledge of notes, both G-Clef and Bass. Also includes Key signature flashcards for Major and Minor keys. It keeps score, correct answers earn a point, wrong answers subtract a point.