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About Solfa Pro: learn musical notes.

How to learn notes?
How to read sheet music?
How to remember note names?

"Solfa Pro" helps you learn notes for piano, guitar or singing.

"Solfa Pro" is a quiz game for kids and beginners that helps you learn simple music theory.

- train sight-reading
- read notes of alto, bass, tenor, treble clef staff
- learn tonality and chord names
- switch between English, German note names

You can use "Notes" for ear training and basics of solfa.

List of musical instruments:
- singing
- piano
- guitar
- bass guitar
- violin
- cello
- double bass


Types of musical notations:
- C D E F G A B
- C D E F G A H
- Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si
- До Ре Ми Фа Соль Ля Си
- Ντο Ρε Μι Φα Σολ Λα Σι
- ハ ニ ホ ヘ ト イ ロ
- 다 라 마 바 사 가 나
- स रे ग म प ध नि
- ด ร ม ฟ ซ ล ท

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author
Amazing app. Very useful for learning how to read sheet music. Would highly recommend. A+++
Atinc Zor
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This has been so wonderful in helping me to sight read for the cello! I wish I could play songs using this simulated cello!!
Maggie Steele-Tzakos
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Very good!! Can you add a sound recognition? I would like to use my guitar as an "input device"... Use the device's microphone to listen and analyze each note I play. I'm ready to pay for this function.
Tomas Szépe