Introducing the first free multi-brass instrument fingerings app!
(Please let us know if you find otherwise)
Can't remember a fingering? Play a French Horn and can't remember concert F#? Forgot your fingering chart at home? Don't have the space for it? Never even got one? Brass Fingers can fix all of these problems!
With Brass Fingers, you can have fingerings (or positions) for every common brass instrument at the edge of your stand or at the tip of your fingers! It has a multi-octave range of instrument fingerings as well as concert pitches. It goes as low as the instrument can play, and the highest you can go without every note having the same fingering. It has many instruments, including Mellophone, Bugle, and even Harmonica! (Even though a harmonica is not a brass instrument, it has exactly 3 octaves, which was previously the amount of octaves that were displayed.) Don't want to have to turn the device on for every fingering? Just press the "stay on" button. Also you can save a default for just about everything, which saves even more time.
If you send us (by e-mail) an instrument and all the fingerings for it, we will put it in, even if it is not a brass instrument. Also, don't forget to look at our page on making reviews, just in case you feel like making a review (it might help): https://sites.google.com/site/gr8lightningsolutions/extra-notices/how-to-rate
Also, please check out the ti-83/84 version: http://www.ticalc.org/pub/83plus/basic/programs/music/brassfingers.zip
Double French Horn
Single French Horn
All instruments are in Bb except for the French horns, which are in F, and the harmonica (C).
THIS APPLICATION REQUIRES NO SPECIAL PERMISSIONS TO RUN - This app doesn't require anything special. That way you don't have to have a big fancy camera or anything like that just to get the fingerings for your instrument.
Version 2.3 (Jan. 2, 2014)
-Debugged things like the double menu problem
(Shouldn't be too long before we finish all those updates)
Version 2.2.1 (Feb. 16)
-Debugged menu button
Version 2.2 (Feb. 16)
-Changed "Quit" to "Menu", making it easier to get to the intro
-Made the intro look nicer
-Made sure there were no wrong fingerings (sorry about that)
Versions 2.0-2.1 (Jan. 21-27)
-Changed intro stuff
(first release Nov. 27, 2012)