First of all, charging around $10 for a piece of printed music is nowhere near fair. With $10 I could buy a bunch of classical books for the cello/piano. Basically outrageous. There should be a reasonable limit on the charges. Also, half of the pieces aren’t even good! The transcribers/composers always mess up somewhere in the piece or don’t put in the correct type of flat/sharps. I would rather save my money at muse score.com where mostly everything is free and safe to download.
There is no count in feature that I can find. As soon as I press play the music starts. No way to get ready to play along.
My voice teacher recommended this awesome App, and I love it. I like being able to change the key to find my best sweet spot, having an automatic accompanist, and help with timing.
I like the transpose feature on some songs.
I’ve I could take may annotations from device to device.
Enjoy the ease of downloading sheet music, but it is frustrating that I cannot import the sheet music into 4Score which our band uses for our sets.
Very convenient, easy layout, and user friendly.
The app keeps asking to subscribe for 9.99 a year when one is already subscribed. When opening the app and choosing zinc options under settings.
I really like it. The one feature I wish they would add is to be able to play the music file with and WITHOUT the melody line. I use it to learn songs I will be singing and that would be very helpful to know if I truly know the music without the melody backing me up.
Had no idea that it would be this easy to download music, transpose it to another key and take off and go within minutes. I so much love this app. Thanks to all at Musicnotes.