Greatly enjoying this. The instruments used are slightly but noticably out of tune
Great app for ear training !!
I am a 'recent beginner' at the piano and absolutely love this app. I believe I've tried most of the other apps out there and none come close. If I were to put one thing on the wish list it would be to see the scale numbers used in the melodic open chord quizzes (e.g. Easy mode, ch11, drill 2) right after you answer, so as to check myself. I find it difficult to progress in those quizzes without seeing what I was supposed to hear.
By far the best ear training app out there. Sometimes audio playback will glitch out or an answer won't register after being tapped but other than that it's flawless. One feature I'd love to have is the option to view notes on a Staff. This would be extremely helpful in drills such as Chord Spelling Recognition.
Excelent app. 1 mention: Drill 3 form chapter 2 is a tad difficult and early in the training process. It's quite a leap from comparing 3M/3m,4th's and 5th's to 8th's (in drill2 ch2) to comparing all of them amongst themselves (drill 3 ch2). Should have some intermediary drills
Great App! Just started this week and am enjoying the forced progress mode. I like that the intervals sound better than obvious midi and are played fairly quickly, closer to real time. Great supplemental material to ear training regimen because despite the name, most real aspiring musicians should have this and half a dozen other exercises at their instrument.
• Global statistics
• New app icon
• You can now click on the items before a drill starts to play random interval, chords, scales, etc.
• In spelling drills, the notes will now be played after a correct answer (can be disabled in the settings)
• You can now select up to 18 chords in custom drills
• ... and more, full release notes: http://completeeartrainer.com/changelog/android/
Sharpen your musical ear with fun games for ear training and music theory.