iSeeNotes - sheet music OCR!

iSeeNotes - sheet music OCR!


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

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!
If you wish to try before you buy, please download the limited time (72 hours) trial version.

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

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 send 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
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$4.60
75
3.8
User ratings
16
Installs
500+
Concerns
0
File size
2385 kb
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About iSeeNotes - sheet music OCR!
Scan musical notes, automatically recognize the notes and hear the music play!
Using "musical OCR" - OMR, this app can sight read sheet music.

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!
If you wish to try before you buy, please download the limited time (72 hours) trial version.

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

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 send 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

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A Google User
Jan 28, 2014
Can't save!?! This application would be worth it if one could save and string together the phrases. Also, it would be nice to be able to crop the size of the image so that the player wouldn't play treble clef and then base clef.
A Google User
Oct 25, 2013
Fun toy, look forward to improvements It does better with some music than others.
A Google User
Oct 5, 2013
Great tool Quite an unusual and effective tool for a musician :)
A Google User
Jun 27, 2013
Too good to be true Had this been a free app, it wouldn't have been worth the space it takes up. The fact that I paid money for this app and it can't even play a single melody line, let alone two hand piano parts as shown in the video, shows that if it sounds too good to be true it is too good to be true.