Music Theory - Piano Keys

Version 1.6
Price $2.99
Category Education / Games, Ear Trainig
Compatible with
  • iPad2 3G
  • iPad2 Wifi
  • Languages
    Release Date Mar 4, 2016
    Updated On May 20, 2018
    Size 164.6 Mo
    Knowing the notes on a keyboard is the "learning how to walk" of music. Piano Keys is a fun way to practice note identification on a keyboard, giving you visual feedback on which notes you get correct and which you get wrong. The piano also plays each note as you select it, giving you an audio cue. Start with just C-D-E and continue moving through all naturals, sharps, flats, double sharps, and double flats!

    Tonic Tutor keeps track of your game results, including detailed information for each question you answer. Find out how you're doing over time: tell at a glance what you need work on and see how much your skills are improving!

    Level 1: C, D, E

    Level 2: C, D, E, F, G, A, B

    Level 3: C, D, E, F, G, A, B, Sharps, Flats

    Level 4: C, D, E, F, G, A, B, Sharps, Flats, Double Sharps, Double Flats

    Level 5: Sharps, Flats, Double Sharps, Double Flats

    Bradley Ratke Music Theory - Piano Keys

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