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    • #17661
      castanu92
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      I’ve been using an app called “Music Notes” to learn how to sight read. It’s free and there are zero advertisements. Has been a great tool for me. I use it on my iPhone. There is an app or game that my kids have been using in orchestra to learn timing and rhythm. I will try to find out what they are using and post that.

    • #17806
      MaximusVonC
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      To parrot this, there is an app on android phones called Music Tutor that I used. It is fun and aggravating.

      I also use Soundcorset as a digital metronome and tuner. I use it alongside my actual tuner just to verify I’m getting a good clean sound. When I play the songs slowly I can adjust my position using the app and it will show any wavering. I highly recommend it.

      -Max

    • #17809
      castanu92
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      Thanks Maximus for your post. I found “Music Tutor” on my iPhone and I am going to download it and give it a try for a little variety. Also I found ” Soundcorsets” app and I’m going to give that a go as well. I’ve been using “InsTuner” app and doing the same thing you mentioned but the layout from ” Soundcorsets” looks nice so I’m going to try it out.

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