Music Tutor Sight Read

Music Tutor Sight Read


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Learn to sight-read music with MusicTutor SightRead (MTSR). MTSR is a quiz game designed for music students, for learning to read (and write) music in a straightforward and nice means.


** Gameplay

The quiz video games included in MTSR work this way:

1) The program ask a question, which is proven on a panel (question panel)

2) The user solutions, using another panel (answer panel). If the reply is appropriate, a sound is performed, similar to the question made; if not, a failure sound is played.

These are the included video games:

1) Read workers: The applications draws a workers in question panel, and a note in its position. The user must answer with a keyboard (piano or buttons)

2) Write staff: The program reveals a note identify in query panel. The consumer must reply using the reply panel (which draws a staff) dragging the note to its correct height.

3) Key signature: The program exhibits a employees with some key signature, and the consumer must reply, selecting such key inside a keyboard.


** Game modes

1) Timed checks: during the chosen time interval, the user answers questions. Correct and mistaken answers are accounted, and when the time is over, a score (based on correctwrong solutions and time) is shown.

2) Study: the user solutions questions with none time limit. In this mode, the Learn button is on the market, and it adjustments program behaviour.

3) Learn: in this mode, the person touches the reply panel, and this system reveals the query (or questions) which might have been answered by given reply.


** Notation Systems

- English (C, D, E, F, G, A, B)

- Italian (Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si)

- German (C, D, E, F, G, A, H)


** Time options

Game time may be chosen. If 0 is chosen, the sport has no time limit and Learn mode can be activated.

Stored outcomes from earlier tests could be proven.


** Key and Range options

Three clef types may be chosen:

1) Treble clef

2) Bass clef

3) Grand clef (union of Treble and Bass clefs)

For each one of many three clef types, a spread could be chosen:

a) predefined, to be choosen between 6 ranges

b) manually defined by user


** Accidental options

There are three unintentional modes:

1) Natural: solely pure notes are to be asked

2) Simple: pure, flats and sharp notes can be asked

3) Key signature: questions are made, in the context of a key.

Natural mode has no related choices.

Simple accidentals asks pure or unintentional notes. The consumer can choose between only sharps, only flats or both.

Key Signature mode lets the person choose one or more keys. If multiple secret is chosen, every new query adjustments the key randomly.

In this mode, the consumer can select between two question filters:

A) Diatonic: only notes belonging to the present key are asked.

B) Chromatic: any note shall be asked (whether or not it belongs to current key).


** General options

For Read Staff sport, the person can choose the type of keyboard for answering:

1) Piano keyboard (with or without note names on keys)

2) Buttons with notice names.

The main distinction between both keyboards lies on enharmonic notes.

With piano there isn't a distinction between, for example, F# and Gb, however with buttons, they can be differenciated.

Sound volume is adjustable (and muteable)

User can select this system behaviour when asking a question wrongly:

A) A new query is made, even when previous one has not been appropriately answered.

B) The same query is repeated, till the users answers appropriately.



MTSR is designed to work in any display orientation (portrait, landscape), and screen sizes (phone, 7 pill, 10 tablet). Help is included.

Learn and enjoy with MSTR!