Modern Staff Notation for Yousician Guitar on iOS
I would like the ability to view modern staff notation (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musicalnotation#Modernstaff_notation) for the Guitar on iOS.
I've seen a couple of other suggestions, that seem to have been similar to this one, but I wanted to be very clear about this specific request.
I want to be able to see notation in the app that is essentially identical to the notation that I enter into GuitarPro. Others have requested hybrid views that show which finger and other enhancements such as color and ways of dealing with the UI when different note lengths are played (quarter note, half note, etc.). I've also seen mention of color coding the notes based on which finger should be used in the piano version of Yousician. I'm sure that all of those other enhancements are valuable, but I would not consider this suggestion to be implemented until the UI is displaying the modern staff notation as referenced in the wikipedia article above. All of the other enhancements are also nice, but not required to satisfy this feature request. I'm sure those requests would follow the implementation of this one if they are not done together somehow.
There doesn't appear to be any indication in Standard notation of where hammer-ons and pull-offs should be used. You have to turn on Std+Tab in order to see them. Hammer-ons, pull-offs and slides could all be notated in Standard notation as described in this article under Articulations:
Doug Norton commented
Yes to this. They have the logic for standard notation in the program, because it is available in Piano mode. In piano mode, one can switch between standard notation, enhanced (colored) notation, and then colored bubbles that specify the notes in English. It seems like it should be a relatively simple matter to allow notation in guitar, bass, and ukulele as well.
So true Axeman ... at some point in the course playing by sheet ..and different notation styles should be taught. After you learned this you should be able to swap any song between those interpretations...
I've recently began private lessons on guitar,and I'm learning to read music. It would be beneficial if you could translate the exercises in the app into standard music notation