Yousician should show us what we did wrong
When i am playing chords the app shows me that my Em or Am by showing the colour red, but i do not know what my mistake is for it to be red, hence i keep getting it wrongly as i do not know what went wrong, rather Yousician show have something like( What went Wrong) so i and review my mistakes and make it correct the next time!
Thanks for your support and suggestions!
The feature has been implemented in the latest standalone (Mac/PC/Linux) and mobile (iOS, Android) versions of Yousician.
Strings played wrong will turn red from now on.
Should you have any questions please drop us a line to email@example.com.
Keep on jamming!
I'm using the bass tutorials and often I'll be playing and Yousician will tell me I'm playing a whole string of notes wrong when I've checked that I'm definitely in tune and my fingers are in the correct place, I'm definitely playing right yet it still says it's wrong and I'm therefore having to keep 'trying again' and waste all of my lesson time (I'm not paying for premium incase the same thing happens) why is this happening?
I'm having similar trouble on the chord trainer. It tells me I'm 'missing a note from going onto the next speed', but it never tells me what that note is.
Yet when I go back to practice the original chord, it says it's perfect.
Please help, it's very frustrating! Love the app otherwise.
Please please yousician, have this feature installed soon please please
Great idea, there should be some kind of analysis options where you can compare the correct notes with the actual played notes. This analysis view could also show how much early or late the notes were played.
It could be in the form of the piano roll view, and overlay grey original notes of the song with green to yellow real played notes with the exact timing and red false notes. So you can visually see the wrong notes and your timing.
This would be a great help - I often have chords rejected as being wrong on the first strum, but right on the second, but I haven't moved! I need to understand where I am going wrong. This is the most frustrating thing about a fantastic music teaching app.
I agree. Pass or fail is no way to learn. It is impossible to correct something unless you know what went wrong. A better system would give an error message for each missed item in a song and the ability to review the items after the song has been played.
Simon Hancock commented
I've mentioned this in the forum - on the Chord Trainer, chords often aren't accepted and have to be played 4 or 5 times even though all the strings on the graphic turn green. If the played chord is rejected for some reason, why can't we know what that is?
We know from the chord page that Yousician registers the vibrations of the strings independently. It would not be hard to have a way for the chord to have a darker red where the chord was not heard correctly!?