Sight reading MIDI software

Posted by: Mr.CRC

Sight reading MIDI software - 01/31/11 11:55 PM

Hi:

Does anyone here use a computer program interfaced with a MIDI keyboard or digital piano to learn and practice sight reading?

If so, please post your preferred program.

My daughter could benefit from such a thing, as well as I. So far I have found several online, but haven't tried anything yet. First I need to get a MIDI interface for one of my PCs.

Thanks for replies.


P.S. My recent finds:

http://www.jalmus.net/?lang=en
http://www.etudesoftware.com
http://new.asymptopia.org
http://www.synthesiagame.com

This one is a bit too pricey for my budget (would rather save for a new piano some day!):

http://www.musicwizard.com/Music/Home/index.cfm

Finally a long list here I have to parse:

http://3d2f.com/tags/reading/piano/notes
Posted by: ChopinAddict

Re: Sight reading MIDI software - 02/01/11 12:43 AM

I have personally never used such a program, but many people seem to like Synthesia...
Posted by: BB Player

Re: Sight reading MIDI software - 02/01/11 11:15 AM

I've used Jalmus. Easy to set up and interfaces well with both the midi and PC. Others have recommended prestokeys, I've downloaded it but haven't been able to get it to work with my midi.
Posted by: broganhume

Re: Sight reading MIDI software - 07/04/12 06:07 PM

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Posted by: wr

Re: Sight reading MIDI software - 07/04/12 06:14 PM

Originally Posted By: broganhume
If you have an iPad you could try the wessar sight reading app - its not a midi thing, but it had a metronome which changes to your settings ect.

Their website is something like wessarinternational.com or .co.uk

I think the app is called sightread4piano though.

Anyway - that might be worth a try!


You are responding to someone who was last online here more than a year ago.
Posted by: Kreisler

Re: Sight reading MIDI software - 07/04/12 06:25 PM

He's just advertising. He posted info about the app in 5 different topics immediately after creating his account...