Interval Recognition-Ear Train

Interval Recognition-Ear Train


Interval recognition / ear training application - helps music students or musicians wanting to improve listening skills and to train your ear.

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

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.

Features:
Set tempo, instrument and note velocity.
Listen feature to compare intervals or to practise singing them.
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.

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. Very 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

Recent changes:
3.51
Fixed a bug which caused a Force Close when app starts if there was a problem initialising Text To Speech.

3.5
Added two more songs.

3.49
Added Welcome Dialog and Update History Dialog. Added link to tutorial video.
Renamed Octave Toggle Button to Page.
Changed some default options.
Added Harry Potter theme for ascending perfect 4th.
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About Interval Recognition-Ear Train
Interval recognition / ear training application - helps music students or musicians wanting to improve listening skills and to train your ear.

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

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.

Features:
Set tempo, instrument and note velocity.
Listen feature to compare intervals or to practise singing them.
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.

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. Very 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

Recent changes:
3.51
Fixed a bug which caused a Force Close when app starts if there was a problem initialising Text To Speech.

3.5
Added two more songs.

3.49
Added Welcome Dialog and Update History Dialog. Added link to tutorial video.
Renamed Octave Toggle Button to Page.
Changed some default options.
Added Harry Potter theme for ascending perfect 4th.

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A Google User
Feb 8, 2015
Best of its kind
A Google User
Feb 5, 2015
New to ear training. Easy to use/learn. Fun. Might be nice for there to be a selection of songs to match to various intervals as study aid.
A Google User
Feb 1, 2015
Excellent I had a hard time finding an easy to use app for harmonic intervals. This is working great! I can mix with ascening and descending intervals. Great variety of options for learning.
A Google User
Dec 2, 2014
Error It seems to be a good app but It doesn't work for me. I have errors whith everything I Do, error to text to speech, error creating midi file... any suggestion?
A Google User
Oct 10, 2014
Very Helpful This application has been extremely helpful for me. So far I have only used the intervals between one octave, up and down, and I have gotten much better at recognizing them. I like that if you mess up it plays part of a song to give you a hint. If you don't like learning intervals by song then this part can be turned off. I hope that the other parts are just as useful as the intervals, but I think that this is a worthwhile app even if they aren't.