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Sight Singing Steps

"Really good App well thought through" -- a 5-star review at App Store

"Really good App well thought through" -- a 5-star review at App Store

Sight Singing Steps

by Satoru Fukushima
Sight Singing Steps
Sight Singing Steps

What is it about?

"Really good App well thought through" -- a 5-star review at App Store

App Details

Version
2.5.5
Rating
NA
Size
92Mb
Genre
Educación Música
Last updated
June 30, 2020
Release date
September 29, 2015
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

"Really good App well thought through" -- a 5-star review at App Store
"Ive always has trouble sight singing and this app is perfect! So glad I found it" -- a 5-star review at App Store
"Awesome for instruments too" -- a 5-star review at App Store

This app is for training on 'sight singing', the ability to read and sing music on sight. It will measure the pitch you sing for each note and provide feedback so that you can know if that pitch is correct or not. This 'Steps' version of the app includes the music scores highly selected for sight singing training. They are grouped into multiple courses and difficulty levels ranging from 'Introductory' to 'Master', and include a variety of exercises with different keys, rhythms, and melodies.

This app's preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gRDOm8gz-Q

=== How to Use ===
1. Press 'Tonic' to check the tonic of the music score.
2. Look through the score to get the picture of a whole song.
3. Press 'Start' and begin singing along with the score.
4. The color of a note will change to green when the pitch you sing is correct. A red note will be displayed when your pitch is off.
5. Push 'Play' to listen to the song in the correct pitch.


=== Main Feature List ===
* Music scores highly selected for sight singing training. (see the section below for more details)
* Easy to check your overall progresses.
* Recording your song and playing back with correct melody.
* Changing the tempo.
* Adjusting the octave.
* Displaying syllables in fixed-do or moveable-do. (Also, a double-tap on the musical score will hide/show them easily.)
* Selecting a mode from 'Practice' and 'Real'.


=== Highly Selected Music Scores ===
(Access to all the scores can be purchased through In-App Purchases.)

[Standard Course - 100 scores]
- Level 1 Introductory I - 4 bars exercise (C Major, stepwise motion, intervals from the tonic to the Major 6th)
- Level 2 Introductory II - 8 bars exercise (C Major, melodies including Major 3rd and minor 6th leaps, eighth note)
- Level 3 Elementary I - Major keys (G·D·F·Bb Major, bass clef, dotted quarter note)
- Level 4 Elementary II - Minor keys (E·B·D·G Minor, melodies in harmonic minor and natural minor)
- Level 5 Intermediate I - Major keys (A·E·B·Eb·Ab·Db Major, melodies with tritone and an octave leap, sixteenth note, tie)
- Level 6 Intermediate II - Minor keys (F#·C#·G#·C·F·Bb Minor, triplet, dotted half note)
- Level 7 Advanced I - Major keys (F#·C#·Gb·Cb Major, syncopation, triplet, big leap, double sharp)
- Level 8 Advanced II - Minor keys (D#·A#·Eb·Ab Minor, syncopation, big leap, double flat, dotted eighth note)
- Level 9 Master I - Nontonal with small steps (unexpected melodies and rhythms, small steps)
- Level 10 Master II - Nontonal with big leaps (unexpected melodies and rhythms, big leaps)

[Introductory Treble Course - 100 scores]
- Level 1 through 10

[Introductory Bass Course - 100 scores]
- Level 1 through 10

[Soprano Training Course - 50 scores]
- Level 1 through 5

[Alto Training Course - 50 scores]
- Level 1 through 5

[Tenor Training Course - 50 scores]
- Level 1 through 5

[Baritone Training Course - 50 scores]
- Level 1 through 5


=== FAQ ===
Q. The app does not seem to provide correct feedback.
A. There would be multiple possible factors causing it. Please check the following things first:
1) Even when you sing the correct pitch, if its timing is not quite right, the feedback will be affected. We recommend to try using a headset or earphones so that you can hear the metronome sound as background while you are singing.
2) The feedback could be affected by ambient noise. We recommend to use the app in a quiet room.

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