|App Name||Note Recognizer v|
|Genre||Games, Music & Audio|
|Get it On|
|Rating||( 2454 )|
The Note Recognizer is meant for people who are seriously involved in active music making. This app is not a game. The Note Recognizer analyses the pitch frequency that you sing or play, and gives the corresponding note name. Very useful for singers who need to find the right starting note of a song. Or if you want to know the key of a song; sing the tonic, and you get the note name of the key. Also great as a tuner for guitar, or checking your intonation on flute, violin or any instrument. No fancy graphics, but perfectly visible layout for dark venues and gloomy practice environments. Choose from different note naming systems such as Indian Sargam or Do Re Mi.
Recognition range: E2 – G7. Whistling above this range wil NOT be recognized.
Now with Live Notation; play your musical idea on an instrument and have it transformed to musical notation. Watch your score grow while playing. Save the notation as an image file and send it to your dropbox or share it with friends.
To be able to save the notation, you need at least Android 4.0 on your device. Older versions will give an error.
Live Notation will not work for whistling, as the notes are above the normal musical range for instruments.
The quality of the microphone of your device may influence the performance of the app.
Are you looking voor vocal training and do you have little or no singing experience or voice training? Then we recommend Victor Baumwolle’s Vocal Starter Trainer.
Are you looking for vocal training on a more advanced level? Then we recommend Victor Baumwolle’s Vocal Intonation Trainer.
vs 4.0: Redesigned.
– Live Notation recording in different tempo’s
– Improved latency compensation Live Notation
– Transposition for F and D instruments
– Midi playback. Listen to your score.
– Save your midi files (in app purchase required). Free version does NOT save midi files.
– One bar pre-count when recording
– Smooth recording tempo-slider 60-120 bpm
– playback matches choosen instrument transposition.
– checks for possible blocked media record function