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Google Play Description:Tomplay reinvents sheet music, for an interactive and immersive playing experience. Suited for all levels, from beginner to advanced musicians, Tomplay allows you to play along with your favourite classical, pop, rock, folk, jazz, film and world music scores accompanied by real recordings from professional musicians. The interactive scores scroll automatically on-screen, creating an immersive, concert hall experience. With features such as controlling the speed of the score’s audio, looping selected passages and self-recording, Tomplay makes learning music simpler, more effective and more fun.
Tomplay interactive scores are available for piano, violin, flute, clarinet, cello, saxophone, guitar, drums, oboe, trumpet, harp, trombone and voice. With an ever-expanding catalogue of sheet music from multiple genres and for different levels, Tomplay interactive sheet music is used by more than 100,000 musicians worldwide.
• No more low-quality MIDI playback: Tomplay accompanies your playing with professional and high-quality recordings by real musicians
• Interactive scores with automatic scrolling and adjustable speeds to play at your own pace with high-quality accompaniment
• Integrated metronome to develop your timing skills
• Self-recording feature to listen to and improve your playing
• Looping option to repeat selected measures of a piece for better practice
• Customised score annotation system
• The option to print scores, with or without annotations
• Tuning fork feature for string and wind instruments
What's new in vIn this version, we’ve added a new feature which allows you to synchronise the audio accompaniment with your playing. When paired with Bluetooth speakers for instance, the cursor is sometimes ahead of the musical accompaniment. In the “Settings” menu, you can now manually adjust the latency in order to perfectly synchronise the cursor with the music.