Bicrophone's Review of Music Theory ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:07 PM
At the risk of sounding like an old man (39) the staff is now too small. Mostly the accidental within the staff are tough to make out clearly. This was never an issue before. I think you sacrificed function for style. Also, since the latest update, the sound during ear training comes out the speaker of my phone even while plugged in to my headphones. No other app on my phone has this issue. No more private ear training on my daily commute to work. Still a great app but may have slipped a bit backwards.
Creative Reviewer 117's Review of Music Theory ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:07 PM
I've been using this mostly for ear training and it works wonders. Totally worth it for quizzing your ear and other musical knowledge.
Awaiting fix's Review of Music Theory ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:07 PM
One star because I have been waiting for an update for a year. I love this app. But I am not motivated to use it much. It could be so much more. How about levels and progress charts and achievement records? How about a visual map to show progress like on some of the addicting iPad games? What makes Candy crush so addicting? It's the levels and visual sense of progress. Also, this app has so much more potential... Chord inversions, chord progressions, relative pitch, perfect pitch, key/chord relationships, instrument (timbre) recognition, texture identification.... Add some of these ideas and make it fun / addicting to play and you'll be my favorite app.
Marinemarine's Review of Music Theory ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:07 PM
Please get the leaderboards working again. It would be very fun and would give me higher goals of accuracy and speed to strive for. The prompt to buy MTPro is annoying. I downloaded the app and it is very boring and obvious to any basically trained musician. I just want to practice my ear training and I want it to go smoothly and uninterrupted. You don’t need to remind me to buy the other frankly lame app. I’m trying to speed test my ear and I’m gonna miss answers. That’s the way it is when you are first learning. I’m probably rambling to nothing though since this App hasn’t been updated in a while, and that’s just another reason to avoid spending money on an app no one wants to improve.
SO2595's Review of Music Theory ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:07 PM
Though the format of the app has visually improved it has lost it's value by getting rid of the music theory review. Before, the app had review inside the app which was very useful for a quick review but now, one must go to the website and watch videos. PLEASE BRING BACK THE REVIEW IN THE APP. It's much more convenient and helpful.
Stever777's Review of Music Theory ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:07 PM
This is a great app for learning key signatures, intervals, etc. It's attractive and functional. Unfortunately, once you've gone through a drill it essentially forces you to post your name and score to leaderboards. I'm motivated by learning. I have no desire to publish my scores, win piddly condescending badges, or be listed on leaderboards full of people who don't have the motivation to learn because they want skill. Give me an option to turn off gamification and I'll go for five stars.
Singin' Fool's Review of Music Theory ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:07 PM
I was looking for an app that would show me diminished and half diminished chords and all I got was an app that wanted me to name the chord. This does not help me to read the IReal book. When I tried to contact the company to ask how to find it or how to properly use app. The bars in front only allow me to give a review. So here it is. I want my money back.
Ldchriste's Review of Music Theory ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:07 PM
The sound for the ear training is not working! I'm sure this is a fantastic app, but unfortunately the ear training sound isn't working, which is kind of a big deal when learning music theory. Fix this immediately and I'm sure the app is golden!
Prince_Mal's Review of Music Theory ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:07 PM
I've only taken 1 semester of music theory and this app is boring to me. The answers for the key signatures are in the order of the circle of fifths, so you don't really have to know the answer. I can read music so I obviously don't need the note name section, the only useful part is probably the ear training.
iireene's Review of Music Theory ProReviewed on 8/28/19 2:07 PM
This app does not work well with the new iOS 9 update. It frequently crashes.