European scale: do, re, mi....
Being able to change in between both as I learned with the second one and it's like learning from scratch :/
I found this feature very important. I'm from Europe and we use Do, Re, Mi convention which makes everything more clear and compatibile with school learning process. I'd like che feature to change from letters to Do, Re, Mi.
Sébastien Magny commented
We need this
I subscribed Yousician Advanced, after months I really need to convert the App in European scale (Do Re Mi ...). Due my studies in classical music I really need this option. I hope you'll introduce the option soon as possibile.
For me this is still the main reason why I'm not taking a subscription on this app.
Lee Bayon commented
It seems like no one at Yousician is taking care of this. This post has been first posted in 2015 and still nothing ? Very disappointing :(
Any update on this? Same problem for me
Any updates on this? I am french and I need do re me fa sol la si do even though I live in the U.S. This is how I learned!
When a music notation is choosed, please be consistent among the entire application. Now the exercises are always using the international notation (C, D ecc.) even if the Spanish notation (Do, Re etc.) has been set.
So any updates on this?
It is such a basic feature! - hard to believe that nothing has happened yet?
I am a beginner and despite the latest update, I see that the problem of Anglo-Saxon notes remains in the most critical sector to start learning.
In the "Learn the chords" sector
and in the area "Learn the printouts of the agreements"
I would like that in these 2 sectors there was the possibility of choosing the European notes,
LA, RE, MI, FA, etc. etc. If you come to do this then "yes" that the app would become important to me, as it is I can't use it.
Thanks for what you can do.
In my opinion can be a good idea the fact of seeing tha chords in european and english notation at the same time in the chord trainer
Do they use fixed do solfege anywhere outside Spain? Or do even Spaniards use it?
Solfege is NOT the European notation - the German system is widely used as well. And honestly, it's not a big leap to learn the international system. The note names are ABCDEFG, if you know the latin alphabet you can ptobably remember that. C is do, so ABCDEFG is an A minor scale. That's about it. Thank me later.
Ümit Yılmaz commented
we need to use doremi rather than cde. Can you make it happen pleaae.
Please include a French/Italian/Spanish/Dutch notation option for notes (A=La, B=Si, C=Do, D=Re, E=Mi, F=Fa, G=Sol) it would be greatly appreciated by all of us people especially kids!
Dawid Szwajca commented
Here is the suggestion about C D E F G A >H< notation:
Dawid Szwajca commented
The software is now completely useless in almost all Europe countries (Germany, Poland, Croatia and much more of the Central, Eastern Europe, and Scandinavia) where we use "C D E F G A H" notation instead of “C D E F G A B”
Every meaning and professional software has an option to change a notation because it's a totally basic settings in the musician applications.
You can read more about it here:
Would love to see such option here,
Aligned with all the comments
I'm in the same situation; at least having it as option will allow us to move from one system to the other and become more familiar with the american description of the notes
Michael Galbiati commented
I'd like to know if you can add the latin version of notes, chords, ect. Can you add it like you do it for GuitarTuna App?
Because I always learn notes and read music in general with latin notes and I'm confusing my mind now ahah
Thanks a lot!!
Amir Saboury commented
Is there any plans on this?