Teachers, students and professional musicians: Recognize Major, Minor, and Diatonic Mode key signatures. Jazz musicians will particularly benefit from the modes recognition.
Includes a 'Grade Book' list of all saved quiz results that you can edit and create a pdf of to print or email.
• Set separate maximum number of sharps or flats for the quiz.
• Set only major and minor keys, only the seven diatonic modes, or combine both groups into the quiz.
• Treble, Alto, Tenor, and Bass clefs.
• Set the number of questions, or stop anytime and grade only the number answered.
• Set up to three tries to get the correct answer.
• Optionally record how long it takes to finish the quiz.
The Grade Book is filterable by student name. Access to the list can be password protected by entering a password in the device's Settings app.
Grades include the student's name, date and time the quiz was taken, all relevant quiz settings (clef, number of questions, etc.), and score (percentage and letter grade).
Major update for compatibility and functionality.
Ratings and Reviews
Not to learn new things
This app does a pretty decent job on reviewing what you already know, however, if you’re hoping to learn anything from it this is not the app(s) for you. It doesn’t have lessons or teach you anything about why you were wrong. It’s simply you’re right/wrong, next question.
The only other issue I have is with the notes specifically, you have to press piano keys instead of just being able to tap on a letter/accidental. For those who do not yet know how to translate sheet music to piano specifically that may be a little extra challenging.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.