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:
Emulated menu button for devices without a physical one. Note keyboard can be placed on left side of screen (on applicable layouts).
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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:
Emulated menu button for devices without a physical one. Note keyboard can be placed on left side of screen (on applicable layouts).
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A Google User
Jul 30, 2014
No sound off feature The annoying background sound is completely pointless. I find myself not being able to use this app while listening to the music or even out in public because that freaking sound won't turn off!!!!
A Google User
Jul 29, 2014
Does what it is supposed to. No problems.
A Google User
Apr 5, 2014
Exactly what I was looking for! The features of this app were just what I needed - randomized quizzing of the fretboard spaces to practice naming the note. The only downside is not having the second octave of frets beyond fret number twelve, but it's a minor complaint.
A Google User
Mar 29, 2014
5 star for what it is.... find a note and name it all day long... great learning tool
A Google User
Mar 20, 2014
Great way to practice on lunch at work!