When using an iPad, users can’t download to a pdf without paying additional costs and the formatting on the iPad screen makes the music impossible to play without constant adjusting. Go somewhere else for your music
Any suggestions? My battery drains fast when this app is open. Love it otherwise
I’m not a very good sheet music reader. I learn mostly by ear and YouTube videos. I use MusicNotes from time to time for a second source, want to see the chords and names, alternate voicing, confirm and practice syncopation (I Wish) or the map of the entire song. In most cases, the arrangements are pretty close to recorded song. There are several nice features, but here are a few I wish Music notes provided: 1 turn on/off left, right hands independently 2 greater resolution in tempo control 3 seamless repeat loop playback (no pause) 4 full transposing of my downloaded copies The timing of the song Ray's Blues is pretty bad, please fix this and notify me to re-download it.
Hearing the songs and watching the notes helps me learn to play them. Great idea!
My only disappointment is that the fingerings and other notations, I add, do not appear when you print a copy :-(
Love it. Super helpful. Learning things well beyond my skill set because of this program.
I have to restart the app any time I try to browse the shop or view my wish list. Love the app otherwise
I’m not happy that the cost has gone up. sheet music cost 6.99 and before was 4.99
I use the app for sheet music I buy from Music Notes on the web. I tend to buy the piano, vocal, guitar pro sheet music, and for that I really like the music player. The ability to transpose or view as a PDF is nice, too. I’m teaching myself to play piano and this is a great tool to work on my sight reading.