Good but more flexibility would help Octave range must be at least three octaves--not good for practicing chord types. And there's no way to customize chord progressions, i.e., you can't input your own. Makes it less useful for non-jazz, non-classical music because none of the most used pop progressions are there. Additionally, the melody dictation exercises are atonal, so if you're interested in tonal music, it's just about functionally useless (pun intended).
Have to pay for premium again? I paid once on my other device. And now.I have to pay again for unlimited custom?
Good for ear training
Greatest ear trainer Thank you for sharing this greatest ear training app.........
I love it! I use it to practice intervals, melodies, chords & chord progression recognition. The only drawback is that sometimes the piano keys are too easy to misclick. An idea for you: also include a guitar neck instead of piano entry.
- small fixes in edit layout
- new program icon