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Nice practice tool!
It's a real good way to practice sight reading! Love it. It takes some getting use to. But after many attempts, you will get it!
Manny Fresh! on Jan 10, 2011 for Piano Tutor for iPad
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Works well
Not technically amazing, but this little app makes a game out of reading music and ear training. After playing it a couple of days i feel a lot more comfortable with the bass clef. well worth the 2.99. I would like to see something to help reading chords in an update.
Lktwww on Dec 1, 2010 for Piano Tutor for iPad
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Failed to install
This app failed to load, yet says it installed,so I can't reload it. No support on their web site. Don't risk your money on this one.
EAunfan on Sep 26, 2010 for Piano Tutor for iPad
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Best app for learning to sight read!
(This is a review of the iPad v.3.0 app.) This app is exactly what I was looking for! It's great for learning to sight read both bass and treble clefs, has pitch training (listening), new version supports multiple levels, and now supports multi-touch so you can do chords!! At $2.99, it's the best investment I ever made in my musical education! Thank you for a helpful and fun application.
sfo2nrt on Sep 12, 2010 for Piano Tutor for iPad
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Ugh
This app is terrible. I kept pressing the right notes and it would tell me I was wrong! its ridiculous, and it could hurt people who are just starting off. What a waste of three dollars. I am gonna have to be more careful about app quality in the future!
Muy Queso on May 3, 2010 for Piano Tutor for iPad
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Getting there...
As a piano teacher, I was very excited to try this program with one of my youngest students who has been struggling with sight reading. However, with the lack of options in regard to difficulty levels, it's completely useless as a learning tool. It serves as a great and fun method of practicing notes and sight-reading, but only after you've already learned the entire staff via some other method. Please please add scaling difficulty levels, or at least on option for the user to choose which notes are being drilled.
WhasianRockStar on Apr 23, 2010 for Piano Tutor for iPad
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