Preparing for Music Exams such as Associated Board Grade I – VIII, GCSE Music, A-Level music – these are all exams that test your ability to work with music notation. Many people can play an instrument or sing well, but aren’t all necessarily good sight readers. If this is you, and you find it is limiting your skills there is an answer: PlayScore. Suppose you want to practice ear training or sight reading exercises. Without a teacher on the spot you have no way to tell whether your solution is right. Or suppose you have a book of pieces and you want to hear them through before deciding what to learn. Again, without a music teacher in your pocket you have a problem.
Well here’s a simple FREE solution: the amazing PlayScore app. PlayScore works on any smartphone or tablet. Just snap the music and have PlayScore play it back – slow, fast, as many times as you want. You can loop round tricky passages, play along and more.
PlayScore is recommended by many top classical musicians including John Lubbock CBE (Orchestra of St John), Ian Brown (Nash Ensemble) and top oboist George Caird. Because it can play straight from a photo, PlayScore is set to make a real difference in music education.