MyMusicTheory - music theory exercises

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About this app

Practice music theory and train your sight reading skills. Learn all important topics of music theory. Start with simple notes in treble clef for total beginners up to identification of exotic scale modes in mezzo-soprano clef.

These topics are covered:

• Key signatures up to 7 accidentals of major or major scale
• Intervals including compound intervals (up to double octave). In identification mode can be double sharps or double flats used.
• Chords including triads, sixths, sevenths, extended chords (9ths, 11ths), suspended chords, open voicing, inversions...
• Scales including all scale modes of major or minor scales (modes of harmonic or melodic scale), neapolitan scales, pentatonic scales
• Diatonic chord degrees on major or minor scale as triads or seventh chords
• Rhythm exercises with up to sixteenth notes or dotted and double dotted notes. Complete bars with notes or rests or identify note lengths of given notes (even breve note)
• Practice notes in these clefs: treble, bass, alto, baritone (C or F), french violin, mezzo-soprano, soprano, tenor

Various note naming schemes: English (CDEFGAB), German (CDEFGAH), Latin (DoReMiFa...)

This app helps you to prepare for Levels 1 - 5 of ABRSM* however it does not cover all the topics. Please check the official syllabus.


* This app is not affiliated with Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. All names, copyrights and trademarks belong to their respective owners.
Updated on
Jan 31, 2022

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Ratings and reviews

4.4
1.11K reviews
Zachary Kam
November 16, 2020
If you're new or rusty, it's a waste of money. The explanations are the absolute bare minimum and the quizzes are incredibly difficult... because you weren't taught almost anything. If and when you get to Sixteenth Notes and Rests, you'll see what I mean. You get two sentences describing the process and then get hit by a quiz that's nothing but questions with 10-12 notes and rests in a single bar. It's not fun or engaging. It's just frustrating. Skip if you're trying to build a daily habit
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Tokoro B
February 22, 2021
Terrific app. I had piano lessons decades ago. I can play chopsticks, but friends can get a Pepsi while I'm trying to read one bar. I have serious work ahead, & I also want to improve my ear training. I can do them simultaneously by turning the sound on - how great is that? The lessons are in logical order. Both the theory & the exercises are easily understood. I love seeing the correct answer, not just an error message. I also love the library, as I'm beginning to learn modes. Thanks! 🙏🙏🙏
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daggar89
August 6, 2019
Excellent way to review the basics fast. Exercises are like music boot camp, and keep track of your times so you always have a goal to shoot for. I've been away from music analysis and writing and this app really is helping me get back to speed efficiently without the tedium of writing it all out. One suggestion I would make would be to allow for answer modification and a submit button, in case someone clicks the wrong answer unintentionally.
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What's new

Fixed Chord Construction exercises crash when notes too low/high