Apps For Music Educators

These apps are all awesome and ones that I frequently use! Many are also not free.


Music Apps that are maybe not free but you should strongly consider!

Tuners

  • Tonal Energy
  • Tempo+
  • Hey Metronome

Theory

  • NinGenius Classroom Edition
  • Music Recources
  • Fingerings
  • Tenuto
  • Theory Lessons
  • Scales and Modes
  • Tonally
  • Music Theory with Audio
  • Suggestor
  • Music Tool (Great choice for scales on the projector)

Digital Sheet Music

  • ForScore
  • unrealBook
  • GigBook
  • Newzik

(Seriously… get all of them!)

Music Notation

  • Notion (with the handwriting IAP)
  • Notateme Now
  • Music Scanner
  • Music Jot
  • Symphony Pro
  • Flat.io
  • NoteFlight (Not an app – use their website)

Music Recording

  • GarageBand
  • Cubasis 3
  • MultiTrack Audio
  • Ferrite
  • AnyTune Pro+
  • AudioShare

Music Performance

  • KeyStage
  • KB-1
  • Roli’s Noise App
  • Korg Module
  • AudioKit Synth One
  • AudioKit D1
  • Animoog
  • Model 15
  • Model D


Getting it Done Apps

  • Calendars 5 or Fantastical
  • GoodTask
  • iCloud / Dropbox / Box
  • Trello (Great for collaboration with others – students)

MultiMedia Creation and Editing

  • iMovie
  • LumaFusion
  • Pixelmator Pro
  • Weebly
  • WordPress

Grading and Assessing your students

  • Google Classroom
  • iDoceo
  • SeeSaw
  • Class Dojo
  • FlipGrid

4 thoughts on “Apps For Music Educators

  1. You might want to add Sheet Music Scanner – Score Player by David Zemsky
    https://appsto.re/ca/eO8V0.i to your list. Unlike NotateMe with PhotoScore, it is actively developed. It is also much less expensive yet more accurate, at least in my experience. Another big plus is that it will import PDF and various image files in addition to using the camera. Much better accuracy working with a quality scan from a flatbed! MusicXML from it exports smoothly to Notion. I found it very recently when I discovered that NotateMe with PhotoScore just crashed when PhotoScore was selected from the menu – probably because NotateMe hasn’t been updated in 18 months, which puts it multiple iOS versions out of date.

  2. Hello, those are some awesome music apps that y’all recommended and I may give them a try myself. If you don’t mind me suggesting another app that I found that has audio and video to help with learning the piano. Its called Pianoforall and here is a link to their website https://bit.ly/2TZxmUN if you want to take a look at them.

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