From Wieser Software:
Learn the 21 notes of the Bass Clef and Treble Clef. The program displays the notes on the staff, and you press the name of the letter. If you get it wrong, the program displays the name above the staff. You then press the correct name to proceed. If you correctly identify all of the notes, you qualify for the Hall of Fame, and your name and time get listed for posterity.
The program also plays the notes, training your ear while you learn. Instruments supported are the Piano, Violin, Flute, Trumpet, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, French Horn, Piccolo, Recorder, Cello, Trombone, Tuba, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon, Oboe, Guitar and Bas Guitar, and as well as Choral voice.
What's new in this version: Version 2.01 now lets you plug in your MIDI keyboard or guitar to play the notes back into the program.
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"Before i bought this i had to count notes now I'm Haydn"
Version: Sight Reading Challenge 1.40
I like the fact that this is a stand- alone program and it does not use much of my processor. I love the hall of fame feature, because it makes me wanna keep getting top score. Best thing is that Mr Weiser will take suggestions from customers!
The midi sounds are right on pitch, but are a little too loud. make sure you turn down your sw synth to about 75%, cause I just about jumped out of my seat the first time I plaid this game. (ok im a panzee)
-it is not an app for touch screen devices
This program is something that has not happened before, and if kept simple it will be the only one of its kind. I cant wait until Tony makes a Wii game out of this! This could be the next guitar hero, but it would be building real- life music skills. If this got to be a big thing with kids, that whole generation would be musicians. Seriously, the potential of a game that could replace a lot of music lessons... scares me (cause nobody is gonna need guitar lessons!)
"Needs higher levels"
Version: Sight Reading Challenge 1.20
Only 2 levels?
"this is great"
Version: Sight Reading Challenge 1.06
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