Design and Development of Sight-Reading Application for Kids
Loman, Christina Theodora
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The most common problem faced by kids is the difficulty to sight-read a music score. On the other side, nowadays kids love to learn by playing games in the form of mobile applications. Unfortunately, currently available mobile-based music games tend to target adults, hence not so appealing and therefore more difficult to learn. Considering the difference between every children's ability, this application is using Fisher-Yates Shuffle algorithm for problem shuffling in each level and also the principal of decision tree for problem choosing based on the problem's weight and children's ability. As a solution to the problem stated above, this study is conducted by the design of "Adventure in Music Land", an Android-based music theory education app specifically for the kids aged 9 - 13. This application is being used to help kids improve their sight-reading ability.