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Intervals Ear and Note Trainer (Music Theory Drills)

App 1: Interval Ear Trainer

App 1: Interval Ear Trainer

Intervals Ear and Note Trainer (Music Theory Drills)

by Christian Liang
Intervals Ear and Note Trainer (Music Theory Drills)
Intervals Ear and Note Trainer (Music Theory Drills)

What is it about?

App 1: Interval Ear Trainer

Intervals Ear and Note Trainer (Music Theory Drills)

App Details

Version
1.03
Rating
NA
Size
12Mb
Genre
Music Education
Last updated
December 8, 2014
Release date
December 27, 2013
More info

App Store Description

App 1: Interval Ear Trainer
Ear Training for intervals. Improve your music knowledge and be proficient in pitch recognition. Test your Ears! Intervals Ear Trainer is a must for serious musicians.

Here's how this app works
2 random notes will be played.
Select the intervals between the 2 notes.

Extra Options
Select 2 Notes to be played in succession or simultaneously.
Select the notes to be ascending or descending or random

Intervals you will encounter in this app.
0 Unison
1 Minor 2nd
2 Major 2nd
3 Minor 3rd
4 Major 3rd
5 Perfect 4th
6 Tritone,
7 Perfect 5th
8, Minor 6th
9 Major 6th
10 Minor 7th
11 Major 7th
12 Octave

App 2: Interval Trainer
In music theory, an interval is the difference between two pitches. This app helps you improve your interval note reading. Whether you play the guitar, piano or the violin, you will benefit using Interval Trainer".
Interval Trainer is designed to help you get a better understanding of recognizing Major, Minor, Augmented, Diminished, Perfect intervals on the Treble and Bass Clef.

This app is extremely simple to use. It is a multiple choice quiz. Here's how this app works...

-A random interval will be displayed
-Select the Correct Interval (Major, Minor, Augmented, Diminished, Perfect)
-A handy reference chart of interval Semitones is provided

Strengthen your music knowledge today and be fluent in recognizing intervals

Other features..
-A scoring system
-Select notes to be displayed on the Treble or Bass Clef
-Select the Starting Note (Natural, Sharp, Flat, Double Sharp, Double Flat)
-Endless. Play as long as you like.
-Skip button. Stuck? Go to next question.