I'm fairly new hear. What a great app! I love games. :) Congrats to everyone for meeting personal goals and for showing up consistently!
I am having a problem getting success with the rhythm game where you use the spacebar to repeat the rhythm. It keeps telling me that I've tapped too many times. For example where it has four lines of rhythm, it seems to want me to tap just on the fourth line, but when I do that it tells me I've tapped too many times. Could it be a problem with my keyboard? Or have I misinterpreted what I need to do?
What is The Pentatonic Scale: Discover The Most Widely Recognized Scale Of A
Other than the standard major and minor scales, the pentatonic scale is probably the only musical scale that is used liberally in every musical genre, from punk and metal to jazz, blues, classical, funk, ska, and salsa.
Today we’re going to take a general look at pentatonic scales, what they are, where they come from, and how to build them.
In many gym games when you get a wrong result the correct answer is shown. However, the answer is only shown for what feels like a second or even less. This makes it really hard for me to read before it’s gone because sometimes you have to read sheet music notation as well as words. It would make my learning experience so much less stressful if the answer either remained or at least remained longer. For example in solfegiator it doesn’t stay on my screen long enough for me to even see which wrong notes I sang before scrolling back. On Route VI, I can’t read the correct progression including the inversions and placement used. There are other examples throughout the product for me and it is making it hard for me to progress in some of the exercises.
I know I'm repeating myself, but I wanted to bring attention to how dreadful solfegiator is at higher levels. This has been the pattern for the last 30 levels or so (70-100), where it just picks random sharp notes. I find these of very little use to developing musicianship. ToneGym team, is there any way you could have it go through something more musical? Chord arpeggiations, melodies, other keys (minor at the minimum).