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Price: $11.99

Category: Music

Released: Sep 17, 2012

Version: 1.0

Size: 97.9 MB

Language: English

Seller: Patrick Kelly

Rated 4+

Requirements: Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 5.0 or later.


Music Theory Advanced by Patrick Q. Kelly

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Description

Music Theory Advanced
A suite of modules to help test basic music skills at an advanced level.
Utilizing the iPad's new Retina display and iOS 5.0

Notes, Keys, Intervals, and Chords all contain the following features:

Contains all four clefs (Treble, Alto, Tenor, and Bass)
Set how many questions there are in the quiz (1 to 50).
Set the option to only grade the questions answered, so you can stop at any time
Allow you to work in ink on paper, or chalk on a chalkboard.
Has a timer to record how long it takes to finish the quiz, if you desire. It can also be turned off.

Notes – Ear Training
Hide the staff or keyboard showing you the requested pitch.
set the quiz note range from 0 to 9 ledgerlines above and below the selected staff
the questions won't repeat pitches until each in the entire range specified has been asked (or you reach the end of the quiz)
Give yourself up to three tries to get the correct answer
Notate the pitch that is played on the piano
Play the written note using the piano keyboard.

Modes and Key Signatures
Test knowledge of modes as well as major and minor keys
set a maximum number of sharps or flat to work on.
engaging and unique interface to select the answer.

Intervals – Compound / Simple
Set how the question is asked; Playing the interval harmonically, melodically moving up, or melodically moving down.
The Option to have the intervals given with random root notes (within the set range), or allow you to set what the root will be for the following interval. This can be changed in between each question.
Intervals covered are diminished, major, minor, perfect, and augmented.

Chords
Set how the question is asked; playing the chord normally, rolling up, or rolling down.
Also set a random root movement, or set the root yourself during the quiz.
All seventh types are covered.
Test without the sound for work on identifying the chords by sight alone, or cover the ipad and just listen to the qualities.

Rhythms – Polyrhythms
one or two lines of rhythms simultaneously.
Select the specific combination of note values you want included in the test rhythms: Whole, Half, Quarter, Eighth, Dotted Half, Dotted Quarter, Triplet Half, Triplet Quarter, and Triplet Eighths
Set the length (4 to 32 beats) of the test rhythm.
Include or exclude grading durations of note values.
Include or exclude using rests in the rhythms.
Select from one to three pads (pitches) notated above, below, and on each or the lines.
Select a range of tempo from approximately 30 to 120 bpm.
listen to the rhythms as many times you want before you try playing it yourself.

Example uses:
Use the timer to set an amount of time to work on a specific skill. Have a student work for 3 minutes on key signatures and see how well they do.

You can enter the student's name either in the module itself, or in each of the module setup preferences pages. Just tap on the name and enter the new name.
All the modules allow you to set the number of tries you get (1-3) to answer each question.

Enter the student's name and it passes between the modules, recording with the scores in each one as well as the final combined grades tab. There, a teacher can quickly see how all the students have done in each area, easily editing the results list. Access to this list can be easily locked and unlocked within the app using a password that you set in the iPad's main settings app. Just type the password as the student's name and the grades tab unlocks.

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