Apps for Learning
- OS X - Windows - iOS - Android
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TablEdit is a program for creating, editing, printing and listening to tablature and sheet music (standard notation) for guitar and other fretted, stringed instruments, including mandolin and bass. Additionally, TablEdit, while designed for guitarists, by guitarists, but is not limited to guitar like other Tablature programs.

TablEdit can open/import ASCII, MIDI, ABC, MusicXML, Bucket O' Tab, TabRite, and Wayne Cripps files. Files can be saved in TablEdit format or exported to ASCII, HTML, ABC, RTF, MIDI, Lilypond or WAV formats. TablEdit runs on Windows, Macintosh, and Windows Mobile (PocketPC.)

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TabToolkit for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is an incredibly powerful music notation viewer with multi-track audio playback. The app includes an audio synthesis engine that enables you to listen to and control the audio for all instrument tracks individually. TabToolkit makes learning how to play your favorite songs on guitar, bass, keyboard, drums and other instruments easier and more fun.

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Capo for iPhone helps you learn how to play the music stored on your iOS device. The app allows users to import songs from their iTunes library and manipulate them in ways that save both time and effort in the learning process. Copy-protected songs aren’t supported, but iTunes Plus files are.

Once you’ve imported a file, you can pick sections of the song to loop. This feature can save a ton of time and effort when trying to learn a mandolin solo or difficult passage. Capo allows you to slow down songs, or sections of songs, to one-quarter of the original speed without affecting pitch. There are labeled speeds at 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 and 1X the original tempo; as you put your finger on one of them, a floating menu pops up letting you refine your tempo choice, by single percentage points, from 25 percent of full speed to 100 percent of full speed.

Midi Player 2.0
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You can drill down on individual tracks, view note patterns and chords, as well as mute and solo tracks for a variety of purposes.

It's also possible to connect to the internet and download a variety of midi files from many genres. Or you may just want to copy your files from your computer.

Circle Theory
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Circle Theory is a Circle Of Fifths. The Circle Of Fifths is a tool for musicians to assist them in seeing the relationship between notes, provide key signatures for both major and minor scales, assists in transposing between keys, and it also has a helpful guide to figure out note intervals per musical mode.

Music Theory Calculator
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Music Theory Calculator plays and displays note names for scales, chords, and intervals. Much like an ordinary calculator speeds up math, Music Theory Calculator speeds up the process of making music. Use it to find and demonstrate over 1,500 scales, chords, and intervals. From “C major” to “G9” to “F whole-tone” to “C# Altered Dominant”, Music Theory Calculator will give you the note names and an audio example in an instant.

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iReadMusic is a tool to help improve your ability to read and play music for a variety of instruments, including mandolin. You'll improve your sight reading ability by naming or playing notes that are displayed on the musical staff.

iReadMusic lets you know when you’ve entered a correct or incorrect answer, provides the ability to move forward or backward in the song, and at any time you can you can ask the simulator to give you the answer. This instant feedback makes learning easy, fun, and fast.

Ukefarm Flash Cards
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The Ukefarm Flash Cards are intended as an interactive exercise. Follow along with your uke, and when the note appears, say the note name and play it. The following card will display the fretboard position and name of the note. The cards are presented in a slideshow format, and auto-rotate, so there is no need to click to advance to the next card.

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NONO    ScaleMaster

Scales are elementary to all musicianship. They provide flavor and harmonic structure, but are at the same time fairly complex. ScaleMaster is designed to help in several key areas concerning scales. It lists over 100 scale types in all keys and shows them in music notation. There are four different clefs available (treble, bass, alto and tenor). Additionally scale degrees are shown qualified by the interval to the root. To help visualization there are four virtual instruments (bass, guitar, mandolin and piano). These virtual instruments feature overlays that can show scale degrees or position of a note in the current scale and can be shifted to all available positions.