ToneTap Scribe

ToneTap Scribe


ToneTap Scribe is a music transcription notepad for musicians. A place to quickly take down a musical melody, phrase, or idea in standard music notation. A tool for teachers, students, and anyone who uses the written language of music.


Each short scrolling score can be instantly shared with another person, or another device as a standard MIDI file to be played back or edited some more in another score editing program (paid feature).

The focus of this app is in the rapid creation of short musical ideas on a score as a means of instruction, interval training, scale practice, singing, or songwriting. The emphasis here is on short scores, rapid music notation, and mobility.

What makes ToneTap Scribe special is its ability to convert notes you play into notes on the score. With support for woodwind instruments (and an experimental “other” category for you to play or sing to), a teacher, student, or songwriter can quickly capture and share a musical idea.

Try this free version to see if Scribe is for you. Upgrade to Pro to share your scores to your other devices or friends.

* If you have a suggestion or find a problem:
* Please contact us first (see below).
* We may already be working on it...

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Building on the success of ToneTap: MIDI for woodwind players, we are proud to bring you ToneTap Scribe: MIDI for teachers and students. And check out Resonator: MIDI for guitar players.

Recent changes:
In 1.0.4:
-fixed a sound problem on some devices
-added feature menus for upcoming pro version

In 1.0.3:
-accurate playback timing and tracking
-better, uninterrupted sound on playback
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Free
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3.6
User ratings
5
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
194 kb
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About ToneTap Scribe
ToneTap Scribe is a music transcription notepad for musicians. A place to quickly take down a musical melody, phrase, or idea in standard music notation. A tool for teachers, students, and anyone who uses the written language of music.


Each short scrolling score can be instantly shared with another person, or another device as a standard MIDI file to be played back or edited some more in another score editing program (paid feature).

The focus of this app is in the rapid creation of short musical ideas on a score as a means of instruction, interval training, scale practice, singing, or songwriting. The emphasis here is on short scores, rapid music notation, and mobility.

What makes ToneTap Scribe special is its ability to convert notes you play into notes on the score. With support for woodwind instruments (and an experimental “other” category for you to play or sing to), a teacher, student, or songwriter can quickly capture and share a musical idea.

Try this free version to see if Scribe is for you. Upgrade to Pro to share your scores to your other devices or friends.

* If you have a suggestion or find a problem:
* Please contact us first (see below).
* We may already be working on it...

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Building on the success of ToneTap: MIDI for woodwind players, we are proud to bring you ToneTap Scribe: MIDI for teachers and students. And check out Resonator: MIDI for guitar players.

Recent changes:
In 1.0.4:
-fixed a sound problem on some devices
-added feature menus for upcoming pro version

In 1.0.3:
-accurate playback timing and tracking
-better, uninterrupted sound on playback

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 28, 2014
What good is it??? u bust your butt ...painstakingly trying to transpose a melody in your head (w/o a keyboard...the one this app claims to have is merely a note chart w/buttons)...only to find out that youd better not turn the phone off or renavigate, b/c U CAN`T SAVE OR SHARE...wtf...seriously??
A Google User
Mar 5, 2013
Could be the best with a few tweaks. After reviewing a whole bunch of these apps it seems that this one may be the best for basic transcription and melody composition. Some of the other interfaces include promising features but they are implemented badly. This app keeps it simple, which is good... I guess? Unfortunately, they've extended the simplicity to some fundamentals that you simply can't do without. NO BAR LINES? NO DOTS? Timing is everything. Give me that and I'll buy the problem version.
A Google User
Mar 5, 2013
Could be the best with a few tweaks. After reviewing a whole bunch of these apps it seems that this one may be the best for basic transcription and melody composition. Some of the other interfaces include promising features but they are implemented badly. This app keeps it simple, which is good... I guess? Unfortunately, they've extended the simplicity to some fundamentals that you simply can't do without. NO BAR LINES? NO DOTS? Timing is everything. Give me that and I'll buy the problem version.
A Google User
Jan 20, 2013
Good manual functionality Tapping in melodies on screen works fine. But the pitch recognition was spotty for me. Detects room noise as notes too. But it has potential. Needs a noise gate on the input to reduce false notes.