Music Tutor Fret Master

Music Tutor Fret Master


Learn the notes on your guitar! MusicTutor FretMaster is designed to help you learn the correspondence between notes and positions in the fretboard.

The game shows a position on the fretboard. The goal is to enter the correct note for that position. If it is correct, another question is made.

The game can be timed. It counts correct and wrong answers, and when the time is over, it shows a score based on results. This can be thought as a 'test' or 'exam' mode.

For non-timed games, a 'learn' (or 'study') mode is available. When activated, entering notes makes the correspondenting position(s) to be shown on the fretboard.

It is possible to play with no accidentals (only natural notes). Notation can be CDE or DoReMi.

Length of fretboard can be short (frets 0-5) or long (frets 0 - 12).

There are additional bass presets for 4 or 5 string bass. The appearance and sound is bass-like. It is recommended to use headphones or external speakers for quality bass sound.

There is also a second game available, 'play'. The game presents a note (including octave number). The goal is to position the note correctly on the fretboard.

There are three notation systems available: English (CDEFGAB), Italian (DoReMiFaSolLaSi), German (CDEFGAH).

Recent changes:
Option menus have been substituted by option dialogs, due to some devices failing to displays menus.
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About Music Tutor Fret Master
Learn the notes on your guitar! MusicTutor FretMaster is designed to help you learn the correspondence between notes and positions in the fretboard.

The game shows a position on the fretboard. The goal is to enter the correct note for that position. If it is correct, another question is made.

The game can be timed. It counts correct and wrong answers, and when the time is over, it shows a score based on results. This can be thought as a 'test' or 'exam' mode.

For non-timed games, a 'learn' (or 'study') mode is available. When activated, entering notes makes the correspondenting position(s) to be shown on the fretboard.

It is possible to play with no accidentals (only natural notes). Notation can be CDE or DoReMi.

Length of fretboard can be short (frets 0-5) or long (frets 0 - 12).

There are additional bass presets for 4 or 5 string bass. The appearance and sound is bass-like. It is recommended to use headphones or external speakers for quality bass sound.

There is also a second game available, 'play'. The game presents a note (including octave number). The goal is to position the note correctly on the fretboard.

There are three notation systems available: English (CDEFGAB), Italian (DoReMiFaSolLaSi), German (CDEFGAH).

Recent changes:
Option menus have been substituted by option dialogs, due to some devices failing to displays menus.
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 25, 2015
Fret Master
A Google User
Jul 19, 2015
Really nice app! I've tried many of these and this one is simple and well done and exactly what I was looking for to practice on the go! 5 stars if you are able to change the orientation to landscape to more closely resemble what the fretboard looks like as your playing. Great job!
A Google User
Jul 2, 2015
Really great app! A big help for memorizing notes on the fretboard. Sure is a better investment of time than playing games and crushing imaginary candies or surfing nonexistent subways.
A Google User
Jun 4, 2015
Just what I was looking for The perfect ap to help you learn the notes on the neck. I've been using it to get better with my 5 string bass. It works great. The only other feature it could use would be a setting to allow you to use alternative tunings. Highly recommended, and a must have.
A Google User
May 30, 2015
Great, if not perfect. Functionally very useful. Graphics could be much improved however.