Back to Top
Note Trainer Lite Learn Piano Screenshot 0
Note Trainer Lite Learn Piano Screenshot 1
Note Trainer Lite Learn Piano Screenshot 2
Note Trainer Lite Learn Piano Screenshot 3

About Note Trainer Lite Learn Piano

*** FREE lite version of Note Trainer - make learning music notes fun! ***

Move away from rote memorization techniques and learn how to read music notes in a natural and engaging way. Note trainer lite is a fun sight-reading game that teaches you to recognize music notes. The game increases in speed and difficulty over time so that you can truly learn to sight-read music notes effortlessly.

Note trainer replaces traditional flash cards and was developed in collaboration with a distinguished award-winning member of the North American Music Teachers Association and in consultation with a touring member of the Canadian National Youth Orchestra and soloist for the Hamilton Symphony.


============================
What's in Note Trainer Lite?
============================

* Great for those just learning to read music as well as those challenging themselves to increase the speed at which they can read music notes
* Practice mode (option to turn on or off note labels and labels on piano as you learn to read notes)
* Game mode to challenge your skills at an increasing difficulty level
* Treble clef and Bass clef modes (upgrade for sharps & flats)
* Track your scores and see when you’ve exceeded your personal best
* Achievements and badges to measure progress
* Full statistics to show where you are making mistakes and note reading accuracy


=====================
In the paid version
=====================
* Get full access to the app
* Sharps and flats mode for both bass and treble clef
* Full statistics for sharps & flats
* Ad-free experience (we hate 'em too)
* Feel warm and fuzzy about supporting the lil guys passionate about making small learning apps :)

author
The best note trainer for sight reading practice. 💛
MAFUYO
author
Handy for practice and learning when travelling etc... Very good ..thanks
Keith Muller
author
Love the app! Great for students starting with music theory.
Pieter Raath