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Strike a Chord

Music Theory meets Improvisation

Music Theory meets Improvisation

Strike a Chord

by ReSounds, LLC
Strike a Chord
Strike a Chord
Strike a Chord

What is it about?

Music Theory meets Improvisation!

Strike a Chord

App Details

Version
3.4.4
Rating
NA
Size
116Mb
Genre
Music Education
Last updated
July 14, 2017
Release date
June 7, 2014
More info

Strike a Chord is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $0.99

    Lesson 6 - Major and minor triads

  • $0.99

    Lesson 5 - Major and minor 3rds

  • $0.99

    Lesson 4 - Sharps and Flats

  • $0.99

    Lesson 8 - Dominant 7ths

  • $0.99

    Lesson 7 - Major and minor 7ths

  • Free

    Lesson 2 - Intervals

  • Free

    Lesson 3

App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Music Theory meets Improvisation!

Basic concepts such as letter names of the keys and how to build intervals and triads are covered step by step. Our "smart" internal keyboard will walk you through writing short compositions that can be recorded directly on your iPad with or without backing drums.

Appropriate for complete beginners and also for experienced pianists interested in learning to play chord symbols. Learn to read chord symbols and how to improvise on piano by composing and recording your own music in simple 5 minute sessions.

Immediately after a short tutorial the user is prompted to compose a song using the newly learned element. The benefits of making creative decisions in the way include: ear-training, improvisation, and rhythmic integration.

The ultimate goal of each lesson is to record the song created. The playback feature allows users to evaluate their performance and retake if desired. Drum loops of various speeds add musical direction to the performance.

Music is best enjoyed when shared with friends! Each recorded song is stored locally on the device, but users can seamlessly share their creations on Facebook.