Audio Training (Ear training f

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4.8
2.11K reviews
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About this app

Train your ears for frequency recognition

To be the best sound engineer or music producer you need the best ears. With this app you can practice your frequency recognition for feedback and equalization.

You will find:

• Feedback training.
• Equalization training.
• Bandwidth options
• Frequency distribution options
• Simple Stats.

Take into consideration that this app process audio in real time.

If you have any questions or want to do a feature request you can find how to contact me in www.saninnsalas.com/contact
Updated on
Feb 6, 2021

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, App activity and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
4.8
2.11K reviews
A Google user
May 15, 2019
It's not bad, but I think the EQ training could be improved. It's not very useful to hear EQ applied for a few seconds and then take a guess. It would be greatly improved by having the noise constantly play and having a bypass button, essentially letting you switch between the Flat and EQ'd version of the track. Having that direct comparison is crucial for training new ears to mixing and audio production. How to Listen by Harman is a great example of what I mean, but it's only on desktop.
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Saninn
May 15, 2019
Hello! Thanks for your feedback. Do you mean to use the noises in the same way the training with music works don't? I will take it into consideration for the next update!
A Google user
March 29, 2019
this is perfect as a tool, but the interface isn't too intuitive. maybe a short tutorial? I didn't know I could change the frequencies available until I had a dig around the settings, and even then i had to go into both things to change the settings for it. it's fine for someone like me, but if a kid on a college course dl'd this they'd get bored in a second. "sft" was very simple, and that's why it worked. stick with the 32 band eq, don't reduce it as standard.
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Saninn
March 29, 2019
Hi thanks for your review! You are right about the tutorial. I wanted to do it but I delay it initially because in the very first version of the app I didn't had all the features I wanted (It still doesn't). I will try to push it for some of the next releases. If you have more questions you can write me at https://www.saninnsalas.com/contact/ :)
Benoît Roehr
April 30, 2021
Hello dear developers. Very nice app here. I like it. It is a good training. I had used EarPlugins 'Tune' for a while and it greatly helped for my EQing and overall mixing abilities. Now I can do it on my phone too. :) I have two improvement requests. It might be hard to do but the ability to apply the EQing to the Android sound output would be really great. That way I could train while listening to new stuffs on the web. I would also really appreciate a chromatic frequencies mode (based on 440Hz). Cheers!
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What's new

- fixed problem where no audio files could be selected on some devices.