Guitar Study

Guitar Study


Become a music reader, not just a music player!

- Master music reading at your convenience
- Display note names on staff and fingerboard
- Master the fingerboard - learn the note name for each fret
- Learn to read 3 or 4 notes at a time (i.e. C, D, E)
- Left-handed mode
- Set your own difficulty
- Try for 100% correct and the best time per round!
- Study in all 12 keys
- Pros: Can you handle a different key for every round?

A user-friendly app that has great depth and can bring anyone up to speed on the valuable skill of music reading for the guitar. Being able to read music opens vast sources of musical material for the guitar player to learn, study and play. And not only that, it can also bring any guitar player into the realm of an in-demand professional player.

It's an app that any music teacher would love!

You begin by learning the fingerboard notes and music staff notes with the aid of labels that display the names of the frets and notes. The app will generate endless sequences of notes for you to guess. You take each key in small pieces, learning and mastering three or four notes at a time. You can stay in the key of C and then progress to 1 sharp, 2 sharps, etc. as you feel more confident in your skills. You can remove the note labels when you want to test yourself. You can choose the number of notes you will guess per round. You are able to construct the level of study that you would like to concentrate on!

You will see your score as the number of guesses, both incorrect and correct, percentages and time per round. This essentially makes it a game to acquire one of the most valuable skills a musician can possess.

Work up to the greatest challenge - random key signatures for each round. With score-keeping in the picture, this mode will always present a new and interesting challenge for even the most experienced musician.

Now you can actively study music anywhere - waiting rooms, planes, breaks, etc. Except that with this app, you will emerge that many steps closer to being music reader, not just a music player.

Recent changes:
New fretboard graphics (due to user's complaint in comments) and left-hand mode added.
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About Guitar Study
Become a music reader, not just a music player!

- Master music reading at your convenience
- Display note names on staff and fingerboard
- Master the fingerboard - learn the note name for each fret
- Learn to read 3 or 4 notes at a time (i.e. C, D, E)
- Left-handed mode
- Set your own difficulty
- Try for 100% correct and the best time per round!
- Study in all 12 keys
- Pros: Can you handle a different key for every round?

A user-friendly app that has great depth and can bring anyone up to speed on the valuable skill of music reading for the guitar. Being able to read music opens vast sources of musical material for the guitar player to learn, study and play. And not only that, it can also bring any guitar player into the realm of an in-demand professional player.

It's an app that any music teacher would love!

You begin by learning the fingerboard notes and music staff notes with the aid of labels that display the names of the frets and notes. The app will generate endless sequences of notes for you to guess. You take each key in small pieces, learning and mastering three or four notes at a time. You can stay in the key of C and then progress to 1 sharp, 2 sharps, etc. as you feel more confident in your skills. You can remove the note labels when you want to test yourself. You can choose the number of notes you will guess per round. You are able to construct the level of study that you would like to concentrate on!

You will see your score as the number of guesses, both incorrect and correct, percentages and time per round. This essentially makes it a game to acquire one of the most valuable skills a musician can possess.

Work up to the greatest challenge - random key signatures for each round. With score-keeping in the picture, this mode will always present a new and interesting challenge for even the most experienced musician.

Now you can actively study music anywhere - waiting rooms, planes, breaks, etc. Except that with this app, you will emerge that many steps closer to being music reader, not just a music player.

Recent changes:
New fretboard graphics (due to user's complaint in comments) and left-hand mode added.

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A Google User
Apr 22, 2014
Better Than All the Others I have researched in-depth all apps available that offer learning the Guitar Fret Notes alone with Sight Reading the Guitar Treble Staff for teaching a person to be able to play Guitar while reading the Musical Notes in sheet music. Android Apps are limited in this area. There are only very few that does this. Even so, this app GuitarStudy tops the others. It is quite simple and the best. The exercises in this app will most definitely teach you and better you to read sheet music while playing your guitar.
A Google User
Jul 5, 2012
Very nice! I tried buying a book to learn to read music but I never bother with it. I use this app whenever I have a minute or ten to kill and I remember that I can improve myself musically by firing it up. Recommended.
A Google User
Jul 5, 2012
Very nice! I tried buying a book to learn to read music but I never bother with it. I use this app whenever I have a minute or ten to kill and I remember that I can improve myself musically by firing it up. Recommended.
Billy
Jul 5, 2012
Very nice! I tried buying a book to learn to read music but I never bother with it. I use this app whenever I have a minute or ten to kill and I remember that I can improve myself musically by firing it up. Recommended.
A Google User
Dec 23, 2011
Select/deselect keys would be good - then you could start with c and work in flats & sharps progressively. By position up the fretboard would be great - VERY good for the area it covers