Helpful Links – Student Page

Piano Theory Practice Sites:

Zebra Prints– This is a great game for beginners who are learning to name the notes on the keyboard. It hi-lights the key, and you have to click on the note name. You can turn on the black keys for a more advanced challenge, and also turn on labels to help learn the note names as you play.

Note Name Game – This is a great game for beginners who are learning the notes on the treble staff. You have to drag the note name underneath each note to find the hidden word. You will hear the sound of each note as well when you drag it correctly!

Fun Brain – This is a great game with 4 different levels to practice matching the notes on the staff with the corresponding key on the keyboard. It shows the note on the staff, and you have to find and click on the matching note on the keyboard.

Note Naming Keyboard Practice – You are given a note on the staff and when you click on the correct note on the keyboard it will play the sound for you.

Note Naming Practice – You click on the note name to match the note given on the staff. Make sure your sound is on so you can hear what that note sounds like!

Key Signature Practice – It will give you the key signature on the staff, and you click on what key the song is in.

Interval Identification – This interval identification game is for my advanced students. It shows you the notes on the keyboard, and you have to name the intervals (major, minor 2nd through 8ths).

Chord Identification – This chord recognition game is for my advanced students. It shows you a chord on the staff, and when you click on the correct chord name, it will play the chord for you to hear.

Keyboard Chord Identification – This chord recognition game is for my advanced students. It shows you the notes on the keyboard, and when you click on the correct chord name it will play the chord for you to hear.

Ear Training – Ear training is for my advanced piano, guitar, and vocal students. It plays two notes for you, and you have to name the second note based on the note name given.

Piano apps:

Image-1-4 Pro Metronome – Use this app to help you keep that steady tempo

Image-1-5 Yousician – The fast, fun way to learn, play and master the piano, guitar, bass or ukulele. Enjoy thousands of songs on your REAL INSTRUMENT!

Image-1-6 Music Journal – Use this app to time your practice time for songs, exercises, etc. It’s completely customizable to whatever you are practicing, with built in metronome and timer for recording practice time.

 

Guitar Theory Practice Sites:

Fretboard Note Identification – You are given a note on the fretboard, and when you click on the correct note name  it will play the note for you to hear (includes sharps and flats).

Note Naming Practice – You click on the note name to match the note given on the staff. Make sure your sound is on so you can hear what that note sounds like!

Guitar Apps: 

Image-1-3Guitar Tuner – Free app to help you tune your guitar

Image-1-4 Pro Metronome – Use this app to help you keep that steady tempo

Image-1-2  Fret Tester – Learn Notes for Guitar, Bass, and Mandolin By William Wilson

Image-1-5 Yousician – The fast, fun way to learn, play and master the piano, guitar, bass or ukulele. Enjoy thousands of songs on your REAL INSTRUMENT!

Image-1-6 Music Journal – Use this app to time your practice time for songs, exercises, etc. It’s completely customizable to whatever you are practicing, with built in metronome and timer for recording practice time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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