How It Works
As a visual aid made of writable and erasable whiteboard material, Note Match helps anyone learn sheet music by highlighting the physical location of the notes a student sees on their sheet music. To use it, you simply place Note Match on the keyboard and play the notes on the score. The letters that represent the key names are positioned conveniently on the lines and spaces, exactly as they would appear on a grand staff. Note Match works with all standard-sized pianos, whether they be upright, grand, or keyboards and eliminates the need for other, ineffective visual aids.
In essence, Note Match helps students to connect the dots between sheet music and the actual physical manifestation of the notes, making it the best way to learn piano and sheet music at the same time. This tool to learn sheet music, though simple, is extremely useful and has worked wonders with our own students. Note Match works quickly, giving learners a solid music theory foundation within the first lesson.
Note Match helps students learn the following:
- Proper finger placement
- Note names
- Key signatures
- Note relationships
- Which notes to play in correlation to the sheet music
- Scales and how notes correspond to them
We can’t wait for you to try Note Match and see how easy it can be to learn sheet music. If you have any questions, get in touch with us today.