You don’t have to be born a star to become a musical icon. You just need the right tech in your dressing room.👨🎤
If you’re new to it, learning music is a bit like learning a new language. You can fast-track the tricky parts, like figuring out how to read musical notes using ChordIQ
, which claimed #1 product of the week last week.
It gamifies the learning experience by having you guess-the-note, key signatures, and chords using memory-friendly patterns.
“Went from guessing 1 note a round to 4 notes a round, progress!”
The other neat thing about ChordIQ is it’s scope. You can use it to become a better singer and get feedback on your range, or perfect your instrument skills with guitar, piano and saxophone training.
Since quarantine is an ideal time to level-up your music skills, here’s a couple more finds from the community to get you jamming again:
You can use Piano Companion
like a search engine. It’s a chord and scale dictionary, where you can contribute your own scales to the community. It shows chord and scale notes on the grand staff, degrees, relative scales, intervals, and fingering for both hands in major and minor scales.
If you don’t know what any of that means quite yet, go back to step 1 and check out ChordIQ
Next up, compose music using only your voice. Just sing a melody and Symphonia
will detect it and turn it into an instrumental.
Lastly, it’s time to embarrass yourself in the name of fun. Sing a song for your friends and have them try and guess the track you’re laying down with Warbly