Harp Breaker

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    Harp Breaker

    by: 67 7

    7 Users



    Harp Breaker now makes it possible to see what you are playing on your 10 hole diatonic harmonica.
    When you play your harmonica Harp Breaker uses the Mic in your smartphone to determine which hole you play in, if you're blowing or drawing and what blues-technique you are using.
    You can use it together with your harmonica. Or you can use it together with another instrument, if you want to learn how to play a particular tune on your harmonica.
    Make sure Harp Breaker is locked in the same key as your harmonica. This is done pressing the treble-clef button and select the key that match your harmonica. When the key is locked, straight blowing on a note has the color blue and straight drawing has a green color. If you're using any kind of more sofisticated technique, these notes have different colors.

    Tags: bluesharphelper , tuning harp microfone

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    Users comments for Harp Breaker

    Michelangelo Namwali

    by Michelangelo Namwali

    Jul 30, 2015  |  "Awesome"

    Even told me which note i was whistling

    Luke D

    by Luke D

    May 21, 2015  |  "OK"

    It says I'm on a different hole than I actually am on. It could be a good app if it is more accurate.

    Max Meth

    by Max Meth

    Dec 08, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Super! Really usefull app!

    Robin Hart-Jones

    by Robin Hart-Jones

    Sep 14, 2014  |  "Great"

    I am not complaining to the creator of this app, it is clearly presented as a means of seeing what *you* are playing on your harmonica. I just wanted to mention for other people that if you expect it to listen to a blues riff on your computer or MP3 player speakers and tell you what they are playing then it does not do a very good job. Maybe it works better with good quality full size speakers

    Diane Rohlinger

    by Diane Rohlinger

    May 14, 2014  |  "Great"

    Neat app that will tell you what note, key and position you are playing. Really helps a new player see if they are playing the right note (hole & blowing or drawing) without having to look at the harmonica. Good app for the beginner. Would make learning fun not frustrating. Hang on to this one!!

    Reggey Newson

    by Reggey Newson

    May 04, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Good one