Developer: Patrick Q. Kelly
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Download Size: 76.2 MB - Download
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Comprehensive fingering charts for all common Brass and Woodwind instruments.
Over 1200 woodwind fingerings, including many alternates for the following instruments:
Flutes (Piccolo, Concert, Alto and Bass) including m2, M2, m3, M3 trill fingerings.
Oboe and Cor Anglais including m2 and M2 trill fingerings.
Clarinets (Soprano, Alto, Bass and Contrabass) including m2, M2 trill fingerings.
Bassoon & Contrabassoon including m2 and M2 trill fingerings. (Treble, Tenor and Bass clefs)
Saxophones (Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Baritone) includes m2, M2, m3, M3 trill fingerings.
- Alto and Tenor Sax include altissimo fingerings* up to written F, two octaves above the top line F of the treble clef.
French Horn (F/Bb Double) (Treble and Bass clefs)
Trumpets (in A, Bb, C and D) (includes Cornet and Flugelhorn)
Trombones (Tenor Bb/F & Bass Bb/F/Gb/D) (Treble*, Tenor and Bass clefs)
Euphonium & Baritone (Treble*, Tenor and Bass clefs)
Tubas (BBb, CC, Eb and F) (Treble* and Bass clefs)
And a Clefs mode that displays the note name, location on the piano, and the notation in 4 different clefs: Treble, Alto, Tenor and Bass.
Pick a written note and have the fingering displayed and concert pitch played on the piano.
Play a concert pitch on the piano, and have the fingering displayed and the transposed note written on the staff.
• Plays the concert pitch for any written pitch. Sounds are included from C0 (below) to C9 (above) - outside the range of the Piano. Middle C is C4.
• Play the trills for trill fingerings.
*Alto and Tenor Saxophone altissimo fingerings are supplied by Steve Moran - visit his YouTube channel to hear them played: www.youtube.com/melodistman
*Treble clef on the brass instruments follow British Band tradition of being in transposing notation for non-transposing instruments.
Affects Trombone, Euphonium, Baritone and BBb, Eb & F Tubas.
Simply click and drag up and down on the staff to select the note, drag right for sharp, left for flat, or drag up and down to the right or left of the written note for constant sharps or flats.
When playing the keyboard - glissando up, notes will be notated in sharps, when you glissando down, notes will be notated in flats. When you click on specific notes they will be notated in the most common accidental for that note. ie: Eb rather than D#, F# rather than Gb.
If there are alternate fingerings available for a note or trill, a button will appear allowing you to navigate through them.
Added Help support.
Added more key command shortcuts.
Fixed some minor typos.