iSeeNotes *72 HOUR TRIAL*

iSeeNotes *72 HOUR TRIAL*


This is the time limited trial of iSeeNotes, it has all the features of the paid version but the copy will stop working after 72 hours.

UPDATED: Now supports load/save and export to MIDI!

NOTE: Music recognition is a difficult problem. This app does not support the complete set of notation, for instance whole notes and the alto clef are not recognized. Depending on how the print looks and the quality of the photo the app may have trouble recognizing the notes and symbols correctly - do not expect perfect results!

iSeeNotes developer interviewed on Swedish national radio, SR P1 Kulturnytt:
http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=478&artikel=5575938

Scan musical notes, automatically recognize the notes and hear the music play!
Using "musical OCR" - OMR this app can sight read sheet music.

Have you ever wondered about the melody of a new song in a song book? Are you learning an instrument? Learning a new song for the choir?
iSeeNotes can help you!

Using iSeeNotes, you can take a picture of a piece of sheet music using your device, and it will be converted into sound using optical music recognition.

Place the printed score in a well lit location, hold the camera steady and press the button for iSeeNotes to take a photo.
Wait a few seconds for processing and hear the music play.

Please visit www.iseenotes.com or drop a mail to [email protected] if you have any questions.

Features:
- Reads multiple staffs
- Recognizes bass and treble clef
- Recognizes key signature
- Recognizes accidentals - sharps, flats and naturals
- Handles multiple voices
- Recognizes beams
- Recognizes dotted notes
- Recognizes rests
- Recognizes note flags

Recent changes:
- Load and save
- Export to MIDI
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2.4
User ratings
43
Installs
1,000+
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0
File size
2570 kb
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About iSeeNotes *72 HOUR TRIAL*
This is the time limited trial of iSeeNotes, it has all the features of the paid version but the copy will stop working after 72 hours.

UPDATED: Now supports load/save and export to MIDI!

NOTE: Music recognition is a difficult problem. This app does not support the complete set of notation, for instance whole notes and the alto clef are not recognized. Depending on how the print looks and the quality of the photo the app may have trouble recognizing the notes and symbols correctly - do not expect perfect results!

iSeeNotes developer interviewed on Swedish national radio, SR P1 Kulturnytt:
http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=478&artikel=5575938

Scan musical notes, automatically recognize the notes and hear the music play!
Using "musical OCR" - OMR this app can sight read sheet music.

Have you ever wondered about the melody of a new song in a song book? Are you learning an instrument? Learning a new song for the choir?
iSeeNotes can help you!

Using iSeeNotes, you can take a picture of a piece of sheet music using your device, and it will be converted into sound using optical music recognition.

Place the printed score in a well lit location, hold the camera steady and press the button for iSeeNotes to take a photo.
Wait a few seconds for processing and hear the music play.

Please visit www.iseenotes.com or drop a mail to [email protected] if you have any questions.

Features:
- Reads multiple staffs
- Recognizes bass and treble clef
- Recognizes key signature
- Recognizes accidentals - sharps, flats and naturals
- Handles multiple voices
- Recognizes beams
- Recognizes dotted notes
- Recognizes rests
- Recognizes note flags

Recent changes:
- Load and save
- Export to MIDI

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A Google User
Aug 16, 2014
Awkward It plays the treble and bass clefs separately. That seems basic to me. Great idea. Needs work.
A Google User
Jun 19, 2014
Clever app, despite a few problems with accuracy. A save option would be helpful. Maybe export to MIDI? Photo quality affects accuracy, so make sure you've got a steady hand and plenty of light.
A Google User
Apr 24, 2014
A case of almost but not quite what I was looking for. The optical music recognition works well but in my experience there are the following niggles that prevent me from buying the full version. 1. The tune produced sounds like a plain midi file with no notice taken of the sharps sitting on the stave at the start of the piece of music. 2. Once decoded, there is no option to save the output for playback again at a future point.
A Google User
Apr 22, 2014
Bad Does a very bad job at what its supposed to do
A Google User
Apr 20, 2014
So bad This even deserve one star. It is extremely poor and cannot read music at all