Interval Recognition (Donate)

Interval Recognition (Donate)


Interval recognition / ear training application - helps music students or musicians wanting to improve listening skills and to train your ear. This is the donate version - there is also an ad-supported version for free.

Ear training for intervals, clusters, phrases and modes / scales, tuning and perfect pitch.

Intervals:
Random interval from a user defined list of up to 2 octaves or based on selected notes or a specific mode / scale. Interval can be ascending, descending or harmonic.

Clusters:
Up to 9 notes can be played with a variable arpegiation speed.

Phrases:
3 to 10 notes - based on selected intervals / selected notes / or a scale / mode. Set the pitch range and rhythm.

Modes / scales:
Identify the mode or scale being played - ascending or descending.

Tuning:
Identify if the 2nd note is sharp or flat. Set note start / stop times, instruments and transposition.

Perfect pitch:
Identify specific notes - exercises include single / melodic / melodic - white / black / both notes.

Features:
Set tempo, instrument and note velocity.
Listen feature to compare intervals or to practise singing them. Play intervals as ascending / descending / harmonic / chromatic. Also play associated songs ascending / descending.
Helps to associate intervals with common melodies to make them easier to learn and remember.
Options to replay correct and / or incorrect answers to hear the difference or an associated melody.

Continuous Play - repeat question a set number of times then display the answer, then move on to next question. Option to use text to speech to announce root note and answers. Basic speech recognition - when guessing ascending or descending intervals say the note name or commands Repeat, Root Note, Pause, Stop or Next.

Uses Google AdMob to display adverts. The Donate version does not include adverts.
Uses Google Analytics to track which features are being used most.
Uses BugSense crash reporting.

Logo designed by David Disbury.

Keywords:
ear training, ear trainer, melody dictation, play by ear, train ear

Become a Beta Tester for early access to new features:
https://plus.google.com/communities/105716879250565583959

Recent changes:
3.75
'Ding' plays correctly after a completed phrase.

Option to restart identifying the phrase after an incorrect guess.

Bug fixes

3.74

Option to pick root note for tuning from selected notes.

3.73
Added layout and font size options. Interval buttons can now be scrolled up and down. 2 - 5 buttons across. Set button height and text size.

Added Contextual Help - ? button (on action bar).

Added Tuning Technique - identify if 2nd note is sharp or flat.

Added Perfect pitch technique
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4.8
User ratings
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1,000+
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About Interval Recognition (Donate)
Interval recognition / ear training application - helps music students or musicians wanting to improve listening skills and to train your ear. This is the donate version - there is also an ad-supported version for free.

Ear training for intervals, clusters, phrases and modes / scales, tuning and perfect pitch.

Intervals:
Random interval from a user defined list of up to 2 octaves or based on selected notes or a specific mode / scale. Interval can be ascending, descending or harmonic.

Clusters:
Up to 9 notes can be played with a variable arpegiation speed.

Phrases:
3 to 10 notes - based on selected intervals / selected notes / or a scale / mode. Set the pitch range and rhythm.

Modes / scales:
Identify the mode or scale being played - ascending or descending.

Tuning:
Identify if the 2nd note is sharp or flat. Set note start / stop times, instruments and transposition.

Perfect pitch:
Identify specific notes - exercises include single / melodic / melodic - white / black / both notes.

Features:
Set tempo, instrument and note velocity.
Listen feature to compare intervals or to practise singing them. Play intervals as ascending / descending / harmonic / chromatic. Also play associated songs ascending / descending.
Helps to associate intervals with common melodies to make them easier to learn and remember.
Options to replay correct and / or incorrect answers to hear the difference or an associated melody.

Continuous Play - repeat question a set number of times then display the answer, then move on to next question. Option to use text to speech to announce root note and answers. Basic speech recognition - when guessing ascending or descending intervals say the note name or commands Repeat, Root Note, Pause, Stop or Next.

Uses Google AdMob to display adverts. The Donate version does not include adverts.
Uses Google Analytics to track which features are being used most.
Uses BugSense crash reporting.

Logo designed by David Disbury.

Keywords:
ear training, ear trainer, melody dictation, play by ear, train ear

Become a Beta Tester for early access to new features:
https://plus.google.com/communities/105716879250565583959

Recent changes:
3.75
'Ding' plays correctly after a completed phrase.

Option to restart identifying the phrase after an incorrect guess.

Bug fixes

3.74

Option to pick root note for tuning from selected notes.

3.73
Added layout and font size options. Interval buttons can now be scrolled up and down. 2 - 5 buttons across. Set button height and text size.

Added Contextual Help - ? button (on action bar).

Added Tuning Technique - identify if 2nd note is sharp or flat.

Added Perfect pitch technique

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 18, 2015
Ear training Hi its a great tool but the piano sounds terrible on my Samsung Note 4
A Google User
Mar 9, 2014
Perfect. As a developer myself, I am picky about the software I use, especially about overall effectiveness. Everything I was looking for is here...I was looking for an on the road replacement for Earmaster and found something better. Worth far more than the price.
A Google User
Jan 31, 2014
Exellent As above
A Google User
Oct 17, 2013
One of the best apps I've bought. This is one of those tools that is made to do one thing and do it well. Dev has nailed it. Plays a reminder snippet for any interval I get wrong if I want, plus you can pick your favourite from the lists, for ascending and descending. You can tweak lots of behaviour to streamline things to how you want, then once you're using it nothing gets in the way. Layout is so simple it's genius.
A Google User
Sep 8, 2013
Useful app! The only thing I would like to add is a better piano sound.
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