LMuse launches a new series of music education apps

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New Apps For Learning How To Read Music

Loved this app. I have used it in the classroom and have seen my students improve because of it. Thank you for making a great useful and very fun app. BRAVO!

LMuse Limited, the company behind Stock Music Boutique, the high quality production music site, has launched a new series of music education apps for iPhone, iPad, Android and Kindle Fire.

These apps have been designed in a friendly game format suited for all ages. As a player progresses through the levels they effortlessly pick up valuable music theory and develop their sight-reading skills at the same time.

Designed and created in collaboration with professional musicians and educators the games help both kids and adults learn how to quickly identify notes and rhythms. “Rhythm Cat" is an app that helps the user identify and play rhythms while "Treble Cat" helps with notes in the treble clef and coming next month, "Bass Cat" for notes in the bass clef.

These apps can be used by beginners and have been successfully employed in classroom settings as a great accompaniment to formal music tuition. All apps have free and pro versions.

LMuse Limited has developed their “Music Cat” series as a fun way for beginners to get past the most challenging and often discouraging introduction to reading music. The aim is for the user to feel enthusiastic, encouraged and learn skills that can be transferred to any musical instrument.

For more information visit: http://stockmusicboutique.com/learn-how-to-read-music/

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