Note Trainer (Sight Reading)

Note Trainer (Sight Reading)


*** Make sight reading practice fun! ***

Move away from rote memorization techniques and learn how to read music notes in a natural and engaging way. Note Trainer is a fun game that teaches you to recognize music notes through sight reading practice. The Note Trainer game increases in speed and difficulty over time so that you can truly learn to read music effortlessly. Sight reading practice has been shown to be very effective in helping people learn how to read sheet music. In fact, 86% of piano teachers rate sight-reading as a highly important skill.

Note Trainer replaces traditional music flash cards and was developed in collaboration with a distinguished award-winning member of the North American Music Teachers Association and in consultation with a touring member of the Canadian National Youth Orchestra and soloist for the Hamilton Symphony.

* Sight reading practice for 3+ octaves of music notes between treble and bass from A1 to C5
* Great for those who want to learn to read music as well as those challenging themselves to increase the speed at which they can read piano sheet music
* Practice mode (option to turn on or off note labels and labels on piano as you learn how to read music notes)
* Game mode to challenge your skills at an increasing difficulty levels
* Treble clef and Bass clef modes including flats and sharps
* Track your scores and see when you’ve exceeded your personal best
* Achievements and badges to measure progress in sight reading
* Full statistics to show where you are making mistakes and note reading accuracy
* Great for learning how to read piano sheet music as well as sheet music for other instruments
* This version of Note Trainer is ad-free



KW: Note trainer, sight reading practice, sight reading, how to read sheet music, learn to read music, how to read piano sheet music, how to read music notes, sight reading piano, piano sight reading, sight read music, learn musical notes, music note flash cards, music flash cards, music note reader, basic piano, learn to read music notes, piano game, learn music theory, learn sheet music, music trainer, learn music notes, learning music notes, musical game, learn piano notes

Recent changes:
Fixed some sizing issues.

If you see bugs or screen sizing problems please let us know - [email protected] and we'll try our best to fix it!
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About Note Trainer (Sight Reading)
*** Make sight reading practice fun! ***

Move away from rote memorization techniques and learn how to read music notes in a natural and engaging way. Note Trainer is a fun game that teaches you to recognize music notes through sight reading practice. The Note Trainer game increases in speed and difficulty over time so that you can truly learn to read music effortlessly. Sight reading practice has been shown to be very effective in helping people learn how to read sheet music. In fact, 86% of piano teachers rate sight-reading as a highly important skill.

Note Trainer replaces traditional music flash cards and was developed in collaboration with a distinguished award-winning member of the North American Music Teachers Association and in consultation with a touring member of the Canadian National Youth Orchestra and soloist for the Hamilton Symphony.

* Sight reading practice for 3+ octaves of music notes between treble and bass from A1 to C5
* Great for those who want to learn to read music as well as those challenging themselves to increase the speed at which they can read piano sheet music
* Practice mode (option to turn on or off note labels and labels on piano as you learn how to read music notes)
* Game mode to challenge your skills at an increasing difficulty levels
* Treble clef and Bass clef modes including flats and sharps
* Track your scores and see when you’ve exceeded your personal best
* Achievements and badges to measure progress in sight reading
* Full statistics to show where you are making mistakes and note reading accuracy
* Great for learning how to read piano sheet music as well as sheet music for other instruments
* This version of Note Trainer is ad-free



KW: Note trainer, sight reading practice, sight reading, how to read sheet music, learn to read music, how to read piano sheet music, how to read music notes, sight reading piano, piano sight reading, sight read music, learn musical notes, music note flash cards, music flash cards, music note reader, basic piano, learn to read music notes, piano game, learn music theory, learn sheet music, music trainer, learn music notes, learning music notes, musical game, learn piano notes

Recent changes:
Fixed some sizing issues.

If you see bugs or screen sizing problems please let us know - [email protected] and we'll try our best to fix it!

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A Google User
Aug 29, 2014
Very good This helps keep your sight reading sharp.
A Google User
Aug 27, 2014
Almost perfect It helps a lot. But I just want to suggest a new feature to play with treble and bass at the same time instead of playing it one at a time. It'll surely help me and others to read the notes easily. And hopefully it'll have a landscape orientation feature since its hard hitting the keys mostly the sharps/flats.
A Google User
Aug 26, 2014
Extremely helpful Best memory game for theory and piano learners
A Google User
Aug 11, 2014
Easy and Interesting The way this game improves your sight reading skills is quite engaging. Nevertheless, i would only recommend this app to musicians who already know the notes on the staff, as the beginner note training is not as effective as it could be.
A Google User
Aug 9, 2014
Useful app. I wish there is key signatures, or maybe a song mode. The game felt repetitive after a while, but does help me.