Here we see a typical exercise from Chapter 2.
It is possible to press any note in the exercise to hear how it sounds.
Touching the “key” button at the bottom left sounds the key-chord for the exercise.

A good strategy is to play the first note or key chord, and then have a go at working out the rest. We can use the step button or step through the exercise, checking each note as we sing it, or wait until the end and play the whole melody back. Or we can just touch any note that seems tricky directly.

The Solfa buttons at the side provide a good way to link the sounds to the written notes. Touching a Solfa box highlights all the notes in the exercise that have that name, helping us to connect one note to another. Noticing where notes return can be a good anchoring strategy to help us get back on track if we go astray.

These little Solfa boxes can also be used to invent tunes, and experiment with how this little group of notes sounds, in any order. Because each note is highlighted on the written page, it is possible to invent musical snippets of your own and write them down outside of the app.