Complete Music Reading Trainer APK

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Complete Music Reading Trainer apk

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Download Version 1.2.2-58 (116058) (116058)
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App DeveloperBinary Guilt Software
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The ultimate music reading training app. Designed like a video game and with strong pedagogical concepts in mind, Complete Music Reading Trainer is the fastest way to learn to read sheet music and improve your sight-reading skills. Whichever clef you want to learn and whatever your instrument is, the app will make you master any chosen clef or clef combination while rendering the learning process enjoyable.


• 270 progressive drills covering all seven clefs (treble, bass, alto, tenor, soprano, mezzo-soprano and baritone clefs) over 3 levels  26 chapters
• Content is organized in such a way that you can choose which levels or chapters are relevant to your instrument and focus on these, whether you play the guitar and only need treble clef, piano and need treble and bass clef, cello and need a mix of bass and tenor clefs, etc.: all instruments are covered
• Practice key signatures up to 6 sharpsflats in progressive key signature drills
• Practice common clef combinations in mixed clef drills
• Play a selection of 19 drills in arcade mode
• 5 octaves of actual recorded grand piano sounds
• 6 additional sound banks are available, all with actual recorded sounds: vintage piano, Rhodes piano, electric guitar, harpsichord, concert harp and pizzicato strings
• 4 ways to input notes: note circle, virtual piano keyboard, by connecting a MIDI controller, or by playing an instrument near your device's microphone
• 4 sheet music display styles: modern, classic, handwritten and jazz
• Designed like a video game: earn 3 stars in each drill of a chapter to complete it. Or will you be able to obtain perfect 5-star scores?
• Don't want to follow the preestablished path of progression? Create and save your own custom drills and rehearse them at your own convenience
• Create full custom training programs and invite friends or students to join them. If for example you're a teacher you can create custom programs for your students, add drills every week and view their scores on private leaderboards
• Never lose any progress: cloud sync across your various devices
• Google Play Games: 35 achievements to unlock
• Google Play Games: leaderboards to compare arcade mode scores with other players worldwide
• Global statistics to track your progress
• Nice and clean material design user interface with 2 display themes: light and dark
• Designed by a musician and music teacher with a Royal Conservatory master's degree

Full Version

• Download the app and try out the first chapter of each clef for free
• One-time in-app purchase of $3.99 to unlock the full version on all your Android devices

Having a problem? Got a suggestion? You can reach us at [email protected] 

App ChangeLog

  • • Russian language added (translated by Henry der Habenichts, Evgeny Filatov, Алексей, Dmitry Prokopenko, Roman Rudakov)
  • • Android 11 support
  • • Added an icon in action bar to quickly restart the current drill
  • • Notes can now be entered also via a computer keyboard (A, B, C, ...)
  • • A few typo, crashes and bugs have been fixed
  • • ... and more, full release notes:

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  1. Emily Duvall-avatar

    Emily Duvall

    A fun way to learn to read music! I'm glad I bought the full version. The only thing to be wary of us that if you don't have a huge phone screen, the piano keyboard is cut off and you can't hit all the notes in the keyboard mode. I did it on my tablet and it had plenty of space to display. Another solution would be to use it on the note circle mode instead of keyboard mode. I use both modes and would recommend this app! Good for those who can or can't read any notes on any clef.

  2. Andrew Stump-avatar

    Andrew Stump

    I've struggled to read music for years. The root cause is because at the same time I'm trying to read the music I'm also trying to remember which string or which key I need to play. This app is simple, not full of annoying BS, and takes any worry about the actual instrument right out of it. Bonus points for the dark theme and letting you choose instruments. I have tried it for 2 days now and haven't hit any sort of paywall. I like it so much that I'm unlocking the full version anyway.

  3. Jim Scott-avatar

    Jim Scott

    This app is pretty good. It teaches you to recognize just a couple of notes at first and then expands your vocabulary one more note at a time. It has a video game like approach so that you're reading time is tracked so you can see how your speed is improving. I really only wanted it to learn bass and treble clef but this thing will teach you to read the whole orchestral range. Definitely worth a few bucks.

  4. Balakumar Krishnaswamy-avatar

    Balakumar Krishnaswamy

    So far so good, assuming everything's free. Edit: It's paid, yes. But would buy were it cheaper. Not knowing what the courses are or even if I want to be paying for those is a deal breaker. But app is great, no doubt. Nice exercises to tune your brain

  5. Tanmay Sankhe-avatar

    Tanmay Sankhe

    This app is absolutely amazing. Just what I needed. Interface is good and intuitive. Would surely recommend it if you have to learn reading music.

  6. Kirill Ploppa-avatar

    Kirill Ploppa

    Update: App developer provided excellent support - described issue was due to mic turned on in app's settings. Occasional false key triggers (sometimes 3 notes in a row) when using MIDI-keyboard (Roland FP-30 in my case). Really annoying when trying beat the highest score. Tried both USB and Bluetooth connection. Other than that - great app.

  7. Krista Perkins-avatar

    Krista Perkins

    I love this app. its really reawakening over 20 years of lessons that have been dormant for nearly 10 years of not playing

  8. Barry U-avatar

    Barry U

    I have to say that I've been learning guitar for awhile and this app is really going to help. I started to learn to read sheet music the slow way by hunting,pecking and even writing the notes on the sheet music. I sort of gave up when I found tabs was readily available. The problem with tabs is that it does not completely show you how to play a song. With that said, I am grateful that I can now focus/practice on just reading the notes/sheet music without having to shift my attention.

  9. Austin Bigge-avatar

    Austin Bigge

    for a long time I found myself avoiding my piano because I was so terrible at reading sheet music it felt like it was just taking forever to read even simple songs. after a week or two of using this app and working through the first chapters, I'm able to recognize notes fast enough to crawl through a sheet of music. I'm sure if I keep practicing I'll be playing off sheet music soon

  10. Abraham Clemans-avatar

    Abraham Clemans

    Great app! Really simple and good for when you just have a few minutes here and there. I wouldn't say I have any complaints. A large part of the app is locked (needs to be purchased). That's the only down side of the app.