By Zoltan Lading
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Are you a music lover? Prepare to interact with music in a whole new way with Rhythm Repeat!
Follow the sequence of colorful buttons and repeat them in the same order. Once you miss a note – you lose a life, as soon as you lose all lives – the Game is over! After repeating 2 sequences in a row you’ll be able to challenge yourself with visually stunning rhythm fever mode that will multiply your score!
Test your ability to keep up with the accelerating rhythm and enjoy the sound of your favorite instrument. With the unique music created for this game you will quickly become addicted!
- More than 300 authentic melodies and beats
- 3 difficulty levels: easy, medium, hard
- 3 musical instruments: piano, drums, guitar
- Challenging fever mode to multiply your score
- Spectacular and incredibly stylized visuals
- Game Center enabled
- Universal support for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
Sharpen your memory and train your music skills. It's time to prove who the real Rhythm Master is!
What's New in Version 2.3
Great except deters melodic listening, thinking
A potentially fun and useful app for eye ear play training. 3 pads light up and play in a rhythmic sequence. Goal is to play back the same sequence in rhythm. The pads are melodic.
The problem is that the shape of the melody that is played bears no relationship to the layout of the pads, and the note for each pad can be completely different each time the pad plays within a sequence. Thus, it trains the ear to ignore the pitch being played (although the ear must listen to the rhythm) and only rely on the visual representation of the pad sequence.
As a pianist, this added to the challenge of the game (not a bad thing in itself), but I would discourage the use of this game for any of my students, precisely because trains the student to ignore pitch in the listening - not something I want my students to do!
I like this app but I really wish the color sequence dots were at the top of the screen. The dots get covered up, sometimes, when I'm tapping out the beats. It's awkward and annoying.
Its a good mind game, however it does not do much in the way of teaching you better rhythm skills. If you want a good challenging mind game, as well as some timing then by all means play it, but if you want some good rhythm practice then forget it.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jul 01, 2014
- Version: 2.3
- Size: 18.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Zoltan Lading
- © ThreeLeggedEgg
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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