SmartMusic iPad App Released

Interactive music learning software now available on the app store   08-May-13

SmartMusic iPad App Released

The SmartMusic iPad app is now available as a free download through the Apple app store.

SmartMusic is interactive music learning software. This app gives you unlimited access to SmartMusic's extensive repertoire library, including over 50 method books, nearly 50,000 skill building exercises and a combined 22,000+ solo and ensemble titles by major publishers such as Hal Leonard, Alfred, Belwin, Kjos, Barnhouse and others. Requires a SmartMusic subscription.

The SmartMusic iPad app combines many of the  practice features such as:

  • Music on screen
  • Ability to save and compare takes
  • Record and listen to your performance
  • Select start and stop measures
  • Adjust tempo
  • Supports woodwinds, brass, percussion, string, and voice
  • Shows your successes and areas for improvement (red/green notes)

Plus, more is on the way. The ability for students to submit and receive assignments will be available in the app Fall 2013.

Pricing and Availability:

Free but requires a SmartMusic subscription.

More information:



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not_so_SmartMusic    Said...

The App description is incorrect on the Apps Store - it says it's compatible with iPad but is only iOS 6 compatible - so it CAN'T install on iPad, only from iPad 2 onwards.

It is also not available for iPhone.

Finally, checking their web site, it appears that this is not a free app, rather it's a front end to purchase their otherwise very expensive content.

Overall, a very misleading and dubious promotion - I just wasted 30 minutes checking it out on my iPad, iPhone 5 (@ iOS 6) and ultimately could not access it - farcical!

08-May-13 06:38 AM

Blue Monster 65    Said...

Yes - anytime an app requires a subscription, you know it's going to cost.

It would be nice if there were free previews of new materials.

09-May-13 07:58 AM

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