182 votestrish commented
Yes! and one for scales too... I'd like to warm up my fingers with some scales before starting to play, but I don't know many (just one actually) by heart!
Would be great if I could go to a library of them and practice as a warm-up.
12 votestrish commented
You need to drag and drop the notes in order of their pitch... so after a + you need to go up in pitch from the previous note and after a - you need to go down in pitch from the previous note. So you need to listen to all the notes and arrange them, in the order specified - sometimes you need to rearrange them as you may have started from the wrong note and find you can't progress correctly with the notes you have left.