PlayAlong Alto Sax

PlayAlong Alto Sax

By AtPlayMusic

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2013-04-19
  • Current Version: 2.5.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 102.80 MB
  • Developer: AtPlayMusic
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 64 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
PlayAlong Alto Sax App Ratings: 3.5
3.5
Based on 64 App Reviews

PlayAlong Alto Sax iOS App Details

-PlayAlong Alto Sax listens as you play your instrument, guiding you through the melody of a selected song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqyx82G_4OY -Choose to play any of the 250+ songs and scales from our music library. -You can share your experience by recording a performance and sending it to friends, family, and teachers. You can also include your proficiency score and performance history. -You can choose the settings that complement your skill. -Using the default Wait Mode, the app steps through each note of the song waiting for you to play the correct pitch and duration. -At the end of each song you are presented with a proficiency score showing how many of each note were played correctly on the first attempt. -Cumulative statistics of the total correct notes, consecutive correct notes, and songs played correctly are available. -The Stats-display presents a list of all the songs, showing which you have played, highest score, and how many of the notes you were able to play. -The History feature keeps track of scores for each performance of each song you have played. -Beginners can choose to have finger charts displayed under each note on the staff as they play. -Touching the finger chart lets you hear that note. -Pushing the play button allows you to hear the whole song. -You can also choose to display only the note names under the staff, or to see a full screen of music. -You can enable Manual mode and play the song with your own interpretation, using the display like traditional sheet music. -The Transposition feature lets you shift the pitch of a song's notes, up or down allowing you to customize the range of a song. -Using Game Center you can track and share your stats and your song progress. -The Tempo feature allows you to adjust the tempo of the song. -The Loop option allows you to play a song over and over uninterrupted. -PlayAlong Alto Sax comes with more than 100 free songs. -The Categorized Song Page presents you with additional songs, and scales from our expanding library. The song list includes ratings of Easy, Intermediate, and Advanced to help you choose your next piece. -Check out the AtPlayMusic Page for the PlayAlong apps of your other favorite instruments.

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iOS App Reviews

  • Unusable

    1
    By sax in the dark
    Completely unusable for a blind saxophone player. Doesn't work with any of the accessibility features of the phone and I can't even begin to use it. Completely useless
  • The stupidest app to exist

    1
    By gdhshshhxh
    It is a piece of sh*t
  • Nothing but a cash grab

    1
    By Xtina333
    Micro transaction galore. Pay to play.
  • HELPS A LOT

    5
    By dubs kenny
    I am a beginner and I have tried a lot of things and this one is easily the best
  • Weird note sounds

    3
    By David Robinson (Sax Man)
    I like the app but the notes don, t sound like my alto sax or my teachers alto sax. I think they should fix that.
  • Ok

    3
    By frozen 2016
    I think it could be better. When I play my instrument, I play the right notes, but always says I'm wrong. I think it's good for getting nots right, but I don't think it's good for actually doing a song because like when you play a song with an instrument, you're playing the right notes but it always get so sensitive and always says you're wrong and I feel like then like you feel like then you have to take more time to like see what's wrong or to just stop because you know that you're doing the right thing. I believe that it sounds different electronically then when you play and that it should just be how The sound comes out of your instrument rather to be judged by how electronically the sound is because, there's a definite difference between electronic sounds and instrument sounds. So to improve it I would think that when you play it goes through and it tells you if you're playing it right and then if you don't then it has like maybe some sort of sign that maybe you need to work on that note, or find out the correct way to play that particular note.
  • Awesome app

    5
    By GABBIEMALL
    This app is great. I've been playing saxophone for about 4 years now and this app stills offers songs that are a little more challenging. But it's also great for beginners. I have a friend who's plays percussion and wanted to start playing saxophone and she used this app and starting playing like she been playing for a long time. I recommend this app for beginners and people who have been playing for a while and I also recommend all the apps that are made by the company.
  • Ok if you're completely new I guess.

    1
    By Xpizza9000
    Honestly if you actually want to learn take lessons this has a few beginner songs and nothing hard at all and you have to pay for all songs so just go to lessons it would be way better.
  • Good-for beginners

    4
    By Purplerox7984
    I got this app cuz it had extra music on it then what I find in my band book or online. It's for beginners, but I think it's cool you get to play along. ❤️🎷
  • It looks ok

    3
    By Poopuyjvmvmcmc,
    I think I will like this game because I already play the saxophone I just won't to try this out talk to you later !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!',cf

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