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  • Matching Pitch - LIVE DEMO

    Matching Pitch LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This course will help you learn to sing on pitch. Beginners will quickly learn how to adjust their voice to sing correct pitches.

    • With the MusAPPTM Audio/Visual Biofeedback technology, you can "see" the pitch you are singing and watch the pitch pointer move to show you the pitch you are singing. As you push the pitch pointer into the target note arrow, you will develop listening skills and vocal muscle memory.

    • Listen to the target pitch. Sing the pitch you hear. You must sing on pitch for the note duration. A RED note means you took too long to match the pitch and you lose one point.

  • Tonal Memory - LIVE DEMO

    Tonal Memory

     LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This course will help you learn to remember target pitches for progressively longer melodies. You will also learn to read pitch notation and sing melodies accurately from memory.

    • You will hear pitch 1 then sing it. If correct, pitch 1 note will be plotted on the staff and you will hear pitch 2 but you will not see the note. Try to visualize the location of pitch 2 then sing pitch 1 then 2.

    • If correct pitch 2 note will be plotted on the staff and you will hear pitch 3 but you will not see the note.

    • Repeat this process as the melody gets longer. The pitch pointer will help you learn how it feels to sing correct pitches. With repetition, you will learn to sing notes from memory.

    • You will be able to visualize pitch location using pitch imaging as you listen to the new target pitch. You will be able to remember pitch location on a staff and sing pitches from memory.

  • Rote Reading Rhythm - LIVE DEMO

    Rote Reading Rhythm 
    LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This course will help you develop the ability to remember rhythmic patterns, and read and perform rhythm notation. 

    • You will learn to understand time signatures, tempo and how to count rhythm. 

    • Your speed and accuracy in matching the target pitches will be measured and points will be earned when you sing each target note value within the allotted time limits. 

    • With repetition, you will develop vocal muscle memory of pitch and note duration as you perform rhythmic patterns.

  • Note Reading Rhythm - LIVE DEMO

    Note Reading Rhythm

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    • This course will help you develop the ability to read and perform melodies with rhythm notation. There are video lessons included that will teach you about rhythm and how to count rhythm.

    • As you sing the target pitches in rhythm your performance will be judged and points will be earned based on your pitch and rhythm accuracy.

    • The pitch pointer will help you learn how it feels to sing correct pitches in rhythm. With repetition, you will develop muscle memory of pitch and duration as it relates to notation.

  • Rote Reading Melodies - LIVE DEMO

    Rote Reading Melodies

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    • This course will help you develop the ability to remember and perform melodies, and read pitch notation. You will hear a phrase played then Muse app will wait for you to sing what you remember. When you are on the correct pitch, the note will be plotted. Then you will be expected to sing the phrases again by reading the notation.

    • There are videos included to teach you about melody and how melodies are constructed.

    • Your speed in matching the target pitches in rhythm will be measured and points will be earned when you sing each target pitch within the allotted time limits. The pitch pointer will help you learn how it feels to sing correct pitches.

    • With repetition, you will develop musical skills (muscle memory) of pitch as it relates to pitch notation. You will be able to visualize pitch location (pitch imaging) as you listen to each phrase played. You will be able to remember pitch location on a staff and sing melodies from memory.

  • Note Reading Melodies - LIVE DEMO

    Note Reading Melodies

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    • This course will help you develop the ability to read pitch notation. You will see the key signature, time signature, and notation used in a song or exercise.

    • You will hear the first note and MusAPPTM will wait for you to sing what you see. Your performance will be judged based on pitch and rhythm accuracy. As you sing, the pitch pointer will immediately show you when you are on pitch, or singing above or below the pitch. If you miss a note, MusAPPTM  will pause and wait for you to sing on pitch, then go to the next target note. You can't go to the next note until you correctly sing the current target note. The note will turn to red indicating you took too long to match the pitch or sing the correct note duration.

    • There are videos included to teach you about melody and how melodies are constructed. This will help you learn to read melodies.

    • Your speed in matching the target pitches in rhythm will be measured and points will be earned when you sing each target pitch within the allotted time limits. The pitch pointer will help you learn how it feels to sing correct pitches. With repetition, you will develop musical skills (muscle memory and tonal memory) as you read and perform pitch and rhythm.

  • Rote Reading Harmony Parts - LIVE DEMO

    Rote Reading Harmony

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    • This course will help you develop the ability to perform a harmony part from memory as you listen to each phrase played. You must listen for the target part then sing the phrase you heard.

    • The notation is plotted as you sing each correct pitch. Then you will start at the beginning and sing each phrase again by reading pitch notation.

    • Your speed in matching the target pitches will be measured and points will be earned when you sing each target pitch and rhythm within the allotted time limits.

    • There are videos included about singing in harmony. This will help you learn to pick out your part as you listen to all of the parts played.

    • The pitch pointer will help you learn how it feels to sing correct pitches as they relate to other harmony parts. You will hear the other parts as you sing a selected harmony part.

    • You may choose from songs and exercises in 2-part, 3-part and 4-part harmony. With repetition, you will develop musical skill (muscle memory and tonal memory) as you perform from notation.

  • Note Reading Harmony Parts - LIVE DEMO

    Note Reading Harmony

     LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This course will help you develop the ability to perform harmony parts by reading pitch and rhythm notation. You will see the key and time signatures and the notation for all voice parts in the song. You will hear the first pitch and MusAPPTM will wait for you to sing each pitch in the target part you have chosen to sing.

    • Your speed in matching the target pitches will be measured and points will be earned when you sing each target pitch within the allotted time limits. You can't progress to the next note until you sing the current target note in rhythm. The note will turn red if you take too long to sing the correct pitch or fail to sing the note duration and you will miss one point.

    • The pitch pointer will help you learn how it feels to sing correct pitches as they relate to other harmony parts. You will hear the other parts as you sing a selected harmony part.

    • You may choose from songs and exercises in 2-part, 3-part and 4-part harmony. With repetition, you will develop musical skill (muscle memory and tonal memory) as you perform from pitch notation.

  • Intonation Trainer - Melody - LIVE DEMO

    Intonation Trainer - Melody

     LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This course demonstrates intonation problems by plotting the number of cents sharp or flat you are singing. A semitone or scale half step is divided into 100 equal steps (cents) and MusAPPTM will judge how near you are singing to the target pitch.

    • The number of cents you are above or below the target pitch will be plotted above each note as you sing it. The pitch pointer will show you how near you are singing to the target pitch. This will help you become aware of intonation and improve your ability to sing in tune.


    • You will learn to sing melodies accurately with correct intonation. Your performance will be judged and your average intonation determined to indicate if you are singing generally sharp or flat. To pass an exercise, you must achieve a passing average intonation.

  • V-Rote Reading Harmony Parts - LIVE DEMO

    Rote Reading Harmony

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    • This course will help you develop the ability to perform a harmony part as you listen to each phrase played.  You must listen for the target part then sing the phrase you heard.  The notation is plotted as you sing correct pitches.  Then you will start at the beginning and sing the phrase again by reading pitch notation.  Your speed in matching the target pitches and your attention to rhythm will be measured and points will be earned when you sing each target pitch and rhythm within the allotted time limits.

    • The pitch pointer will help you learn how it feels to sing correct pitches as they relate to other harmony parts.  You will hear the other parts as you sing a selected harmony part.  You may choose from songs and exercises in 2-part, 3-part or 4-part harmony.  With repetition, you will develop musical skill (muscle memory and tonal memory) as you perform from music notation.

  • V-Note Reading Harmony Parts - LIVE DEMO

    Note Reading Harmony

     LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This course will help you develop the ability to perform harmony parts by reading pitch notation. Your speed in matching the target pitches and accuracy in rhythm will be measured and points will be earned when you sing each target pitch and rhythm within the allotted time limits. You can't progress to the next note until you match the current target note. The other parts in the exercise will be played as you progress.

    • The pitch pointer will help you learn how it feels to sing correct pitches as they relate to other harmony parts.  You may choose from songs and exercises in 2-part, 3-part, or 4-part harmony.  With repetition, you will develop musical skill (muscle memory and tonal memory) as you perform from pitch notation.

  • Harmony Intonation Trainer - LIVE DEMO

    Intonation Trainer - Harmony

     LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This course demonstrates intonation problems by plotting the number of cents sharp or flat you are singing. This will help you become aware of intonation and improve your ability to sing in tune.

    • You will be judged note by note and you can't proceed to the next note until you match the current target note. Pay attention to the number of cents plotted above each note and try to sing more accurately to get lower numbers.

    • You will learn to sing harmony parts accurately with correct intonation. Your performance will be judged and your average intonation determined to indicate if you are singing generally sharp or flat. To pass an exercise, you must achieve a passing average intonation.

  • Sightreading Rhythm - LIVE DEMO

    Sightreading Rhythm

     LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This course will help you learn to sightread pitch and rhythm notation.  You must sing each note on pitch and in rhythm as you keep the tempo and sing along as MusAPPTM plays the song.  You must sing correct pitches and note durations in tempo.

    • There are videos included to teach you about rhythm notation and how to count rhythm.

    • You will learn to sightread rhythmic patterns related to Simple Duple, Simple Quadruple, Simple Triple, Compound Duple, Compound Quadruple, Compound Triple, Complex, and Syncopated songs and exercises.

    • You will learn to sing on pitch and in rhythm, on tempo.  You will learn to keep up while the song or exercise plays. Your pitch and rhythm accuracy will be judged and you will earn points for each correctly sung note.

  • Sightreading Melodies & Harmony Parts - LIVE DEMO

    Sight Reading Melodies & Harmony Parts

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    • This course will help you develop the ability to sightread and perform melodies and harmony parts. You will need to keep the tempo as you sing songs and exercises.

    • Your ability to match the target pitches in rhythm and in tempo will be measured and points will be earned as you sing.  MusAPPTM will play the song or exercise and you must sing along as you read the pitch and rhythm notation. If you miss a note, you must go on to the next note because in the Sightreading application, MusAPPTM will not wait for you.

    • There are videos included to teach you how to sightread songs. Your pitch and rhythm accuracy will be judged and you will earn points for each correctly sung note.

  • Note Names (ABC) - LIVE DEMO

    Note Names (ABC)

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    • This course will help you learn to associate pitch with alphabet note names, A B C D E F G.  You will be able to sing pitches accurately and independently by alphabet note names. 

    • There are videos included to teach you how to name notes with alphabet names.  This knowledge will be useful when you need to spell scales and chords.  Note names also help you communicate which note you are missing. 

    • There are 3 modes to assist in progressive learning:

      • "Easy" - plot the note names above the notation before you sing. 
      • "Intermediate" - plot the note names above the notation after you match each note. 
      • "Advanced" - plot the note name under the staff and require that you sing the pitches by their note name, then plot the note.  You will not see the notation until after you sing the pitch as indicated, for example, sing up to G, sing down to E, etc.. 

    • Your pitch accuracy will be measured and you will receive points when you are correct.   A red note means you took too long to match the pitch.
  • Scale Numbers (123) - LIVE DEMO

    Scale Numbers

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    • This course will help you learn to associate pitch with scale numbers, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7.  You will be able to sing pitches accurately and independently by scale numbers.   

    • There are videos included to teach you how to name notes with scale numbers.  This knowledge will be useful when you need to spell scales and chords and use chord progressions.  Scale numbers also help with understanding voice leading in melodies and harmonies.

    • There are 3 modes to assist in progressive learning:

      • "Easy" - plot the note scale number above the notation before you sing.
      • "Intermediate" - plot the note scale number above the notation after you match each note. 
      • "Advanced" - plot the note scale number under the staff and require that you sing the pitches by their scale number, then plot the note.  You will not see the notation until after you sing the note as indicated, for example, sing up to 5, sing down to 3, etc. 

    • Your pitch accuracy will be measured and you will receive points when you are correct.   A red note means you took too long to match the pitch.
  • Solfege - Movable DO - LIVE DEMO

    Solfege Movable Do

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    • This course will help you learn to associate pitch with Movable DO Solfege syllables, DO RA ME FA SOL LA TI DO.  You will be able to sing pitches accurately and independently using Movable DO Solfege syllables.   

    • There are videos included to teach you how to name notes with Solfege.  This knowledge will be useful when you need to sing scales and chords and sightread songs. 

    • There are 3 modes to assist in progressive learning:

      • "Easy" - plot the note Solfege syllable above the notation before you sing. 

      • "Intermediate" - plot the note Solfege syllable above the notation after you match each note. 

      • "Advanced" - plot the note Solfege syllable under the staff and require that you sing the pitches by their Solfege syllable, then plot the note.  You will not see the notation until after you sing the note as indicated, for example, sing up to SOL, sing down to ME, etc. 

    • Your pitch accuracy will be measured and you will receive points when you are correct.   A red note means you took too long to match the pitch.

  • Solfege - Fixed DO - LIVE DEMO

    Solfege Fixed Do

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    • This course will help you learn to associate pitch with Fixed DO Solfege syllables, DO RA ME FA SOL LA TI DO.  You will be able to sing pitches accurately and independently using Fixed DO Solfege syllables.   
    • There are videos included to teach you how to name notes with Fixed DO Solfege.  This knowledge will be useful when you need to sing scales and chords and sightread songs. 
    • There are 3 modes to assist in progressive learning:
      • "Easy" - plot the note Solfege syllable above the notation before you sing.
      • "Intermediate" - plot the note Solfege syllable above the notation after you match each note.
      • "Advanced" - plot the note Solfege syllable under the staff and require that you sing the pitches by their Fixed DO Solfege syllable, then plot the note.  You will not see the notation until after you sing the note as indicated, for example, sing up to SOL, sing down to ME, etc.

    • Your pitch accuracy will be measured and you will receive points when you are correct.   A red note means you took too long to match the pitch.
  • Interval Names - LIVE DEMO

    Interval Names

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    • This course will help you learn to associate pitch with interval names, for example, Major 2nd, or Perfect 5th, etc..  You will be able to sing pitches accurately and independently by interval names.
    • The first note in an interval is plotted on the staff with the key signature and played for you. Listen to the first pitch. Read the instruction below the staff. Think the interval spelling and sing each pitch up or down from the first note as indicated by the interval name.  For example, "sing up a Major 3rd" or "down a perfect 5th."  
    • There are two modes to choose from:
      • In the Melodic Intervals mode, you will hear the first note and must sing up or down to the next note according to the interval name printed in text below the staff.
      • In the Harmonic Intervals mode you will hear both notes played as a chord. You must sing the first target pitch that is plotted, then sing up or down to the second note according to the interval as named in text below the staff.
    • In both modes, your pitch accuracy and attack time is judged.  If you take too long to sing the correct pitch, you will lose a point.  You must accumulate enough points to pass the exercise, or you have to sing it again. A RED note means you took too long to match the pitch and you missed one point. 
  • Tetrachord Names - LIVE DEMO

    Tetrachord Names

     LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This course will help you learn to spell and sing tetrachords by name. You will learn how tetrachords are associated with scales. Tetrachords are the building blocks of scales.

    • There are videos included that will teach you how to spell tetrachords and their relationship with scales.

    • The objective is to learn to sing tetrachords by name in different keys. You will learn the relationship between tetrachords and scales and be able to spell and sing tetrachords by name.

    • Read the name of each tetrachord below the staff, then think the location of each note in the tetrachord and sing each pitch. As you correctly sing each tetrachord you will build it's related scale.

  • Scale Names - LIVE DEMO

    Scale Names

     LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This course will help you learn to sing scales and modes. You will learn how scales are constructed using tetrachords and how they relate to melody and harmony.  You will learn to sing scales and modes by name in different keys.

    • There are videos included that will teach you how scales are built and spelled.  You will also learn about the circle of fifths and the differences between major and minor scales and church modes.

    • The objective is to identify scales and modes and to hear the interval differences that define scales and modes then be able to sing them.

    • The key signature is plotted on the staff, the first note in the scale is played and the name of the scale is plotted below the staff. You must read the name, for example, melodic minor, then think the spelling and sing each note in the scale.

    • You will learn how to spell and sing the scale accurately matching each pitch to earn points. A red note means that you took too long to match the pitch.

  • Triad Names - LIVE DEMO

    Triad Names

     LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This course will help you learn to spell and play triads and their inversions, in different keys, by name. The objective is be able to spell triads by name and sing the correct pitches in the triad.

    • You will see the key signature and bass note of the triad. Read the name of the triad that is plotted below the staff, then think its spelling. Imagine each pitch located on the staff, then sing each pitch.

    • There are videos included to teach you about triads and their inversions. After watching the videos, you can test your knowledge by performing the exercises.

    • There are three learning modes:

      • Mode one will play the triad before you sing it. Listen carefully and remember the pitches that are played then sing them from memory. As you sing the correct pitches, the notes will be plotted for you, and you will hear the next triad played.

      • Mode two will play the triad after you sing and match all of the notes in the triad. The triad will be played for you after you sing the notes in the triad. This will help you build your tonal memory as it relates to triad names.

      • Mode three is a Capella. You will read the name of the triad, think the spelling and pitches then sing each note in the triad. This will help you visualize the triad on the staff and sing the notes in the triad or it's inversion from memory.

    • As you sing each correct note, you will earn points. A red note means you took too long to match a pitch.

  • 7th Chord Names - LIVE DEMO

    7th Chord Names

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    • This course will help you learn to spell and play 7th Chords and their inversions, in different keys, by name. The objective is be able to spell 7th Chords by name and sing the correct pitches in the 7th Chord.
    • You will see the key signature and bass note of the 7th Chord. Read the name of the 7th Chord that is plotted below the staff, then think its spelling. Imagine each pitch located on the staff, then sing each pitch.
    • There are videos included to teach you about 7th Chords and their inversions. After watching the videos, you can test your knowledge by performing the exercises.
    • There are three learning modes:
      • Mode one will play the 7th Chord before you sing it. Listen carefully and remember the pitches that are played then sing them from memory. As you sing the correct pitches, the notes will be plotted for you, and you will hear the next 7th Chord played.
      • Mode two will play the 7th Chord after you sing and match all of the notes in the 7th Chord. The triad will be played for you after you sing the notes in the 7th Chord. This will help you build your tonal memory as it relates to 7th Chord names.
      • Mode three is ah Capella. You will read the name of the 7th Chord, think the spelling and pitches then sing each note in the 7th Chord. This will help you visualize the 7th Chord on the staff and sing the notes in the 7th Chord or it's inversion from memory.
    • As you sing each correct note, you will earn points. A red note means you took too long to match a pitch.
  • Music Dictation - LIVE DEMO

    Music Dictation

     LIVE DEMONSTRATION

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    • This Course will help you learn to take music dictation by writing the notation on staff paper, then singing what you wrote. The object is to train your ear to hear pitches and rhythms then relate them to music notation and to sing what you hear.

    • There are videos included to help you learn to take music dictation.

    • Use the Music Dictation activity to learn to listen to melodies and harmony parts and write the notation on staff paper. When you finish writing out all of the parts, you can sing what you wrote. As you sing each note on pitch, it will be plotted so you can check your accuracy.

    • You will earn points for each correct pitch. This will improve your listening skills, notation writing skills, and your ability to sing from your written notation.

  • Microphone Setup Instructions

    Microphone Setup

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    to SETUP your microphone for use in MusAPP.

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    • STEP-1:   BROWSER UPDATE -- MusAPPTM  works best in Chrome, Edge, Opera, OR Safari browsers.  Please update your browser of choice to the latest version.  You must grant permission to your browser to use the Microphone.  In Windows 10 CLICK HERE and follow the instructions to change your privacy settings, then reopen your browser.  For more specific instructions about setting up your microphone, CLICK HERE.

    • STEP-2:  CALIBRATE YOUR MICROPHONE -- Use the MusAPPTM  setup function to calibrate your microphone to work with MusAPPTM.  You can run this function each time you open a song if you want but you need to calibrate your microphone each time you change to a different device or microphone.  If this is your first time to use MusAPPTM  on this computer or device, you must grant permission to use your microphone in MusAPPTM.  There will be a popup displayed by your browser on the top or bottom of the page where you can click YES or OK 

    • STEP-3:   MusAPPTM will run on most devices including Android smart phones & tablets, Chrome Books, laptop & desktop computers that use a modern browser (except iPhone, iPad and tablets with slow processors).  It works best on a larger display screen with a faster processor.  Use earphones or a chat headset to isolate the audio output from the microphone.