11 thoughts on “Music Note Trainer 1.2.0

  1. Dear development team, I like the Musiknoten-Trainer 1.6.2 very much, especially the clear design. There are two additional features that would make me enthusiastic: an option to preview the next note and even more importantly the possibility to play the notes on a real piano and the app uses the microphone to detect the note. Best regards from Germany, Marc

    1. Dear Marc,

      Thank you so much for your suggestions. Your ideas are very interesting and helpful. Yes, they will be added in future versions. Actually, we are currently working on a new app for sight singing, and the technology of pitch detection you mentioned is used, and I was thinking of adding this feature to the Music Note Trainer app once the new app is finished (in one or two months), so we are so glad to hear the request of this feature from our customer. 🙂

      Thank you again for your support, and we will keep you posted.

      Best Regards,


    2. Dear Marc,

      Finally, the pitch detection feature has been added to the Music Note Trainer app. Now you can practice with a real piano, and the app will detect the note using the microphone. Please remember to upgrade your app, if you haven’t done that.

      The other feature you mentioned to preview the next questioning note is very interesting and helpful too, and it will be definitely impletmented in next version. We will keep you posted.

      Best Regards,


  2. It needs to listen for the correct note, then move to the next note without having to tap on the iPad! This is too awkward to use for a long practice session.

    1. Dear Scott,

      Yes, you can do it by tapping the “eraser” button (the left-most button in the middle) to turn off the answer changing mode:

      eraser button



  3. The note recognition feature through the microphone needs updating, as I plug my bass guitar in and what ever note I play the app registers it an octave lower than what it is. Very frustrating.

    1. Hi Jamie,

      Thank you for your feedback, and I apologize for so late response. The problem you mentioned will be fixed in the next version. Thank you.

  4. Thanks for this simple and useful app, but i found some issues on iphone.
    First is the lack landscape screen mode support. When connecting midi it is not very comfortable to use.
    Another issue – your app should lock idle timer to prevent screen dim or sleep in training mode.

    1. Hi Sergey,

      Thank you for your feedback! I agree with you on both features you mentioned. Landscape mode was not provided for iPhone, because there is not enough space to show both question and answer areas, but I agree that it should be allowed at least when MIDI is used so that it’s more comfortable to place the iPhone. As for preventing the screen dim or sleep, you are absolutely right. Both problems will be fixed in the next version, and I will keep you posted once it’s available. Thank you for your patience.

      Best regards,

  5. I want to learn to read musical notes. However, I noticed a mistake in your app. In the French, Italian and Romanian music notation system, -Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si- are used. In the application, instead of -Si-, you wrote -Ti-. Please correct, if you can, in a new version, at least in the dedicated application -Music note trainer- this mistake. Thank you !

    1. Hi Ruse,

      Thanks a lot for pointing out this problem. Yes, it will definitely be fixed in the next version.

      Btw, this problem exists only in Music Note Trainer. For other apps such as Solfege Trainer, “Ti” is localized as “Si” if necessary, and the user can even define whatever names they prefer. I forgot to apply this to Music Note Trainer. Thanks for your reminding!


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