By Marcel Nijman
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With Solfège Scale you can learn to sing intervals.
On the tab pane 'Practice' you can play notes as on a piano.
On the tab pane 'Sing' you first hear the tonic, and then stars appear on a certain note which you have to sing before the answers sounds. The exercises go on until you go to another tab pane.
On the tab pane 'Listen' you also first hear the tonic, and then another tone which you have to name.
Next to the do-re-mi scale you can select the 12 tone display. Also, the time between the question and the answer can be set, as well as the tonic and the maximal interval.
If you want to learn to sing better, then Solfège Scale is a valuable tool. Try to practice at least 10 minute per day. Aim for perfection. Only continue to a larger interval when you can sing (and name the notes) correctly for a few minutes.
And also take a look at my other solfège apps.
What's New in Version 1.1
- fixed a bug of some notes not playing
fun and useful
This is a good app for ear training. Its bright colors and sparkles which indicate which note is being sounded is fun to watch and engaging which is important for this generation where stimuli is everywhere. You set how big you want the biggest interval to be from thirds to octaves and you can change the scale. The fixed DO option I didn't use but it can be valuable for some musicians. Chromatic is also another option which I really liked. My only criticism is you cannot isolate which notes you want to be sounded. your only options are between a full Major scale, or a Chromatic scale. Still a great tool.
- Category: Music
- Updated: Apr 30, 2010
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 0.7 MB
- Languages: English, Dutch
- Seller: Marcel J Nijman
- © 2010 Marcel Nijman
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.