- 7 Exercise types
- Custom Exercises
- Scale Viewer
- Different instruments: guitar, piano, bass
Review by AndroidTapp.com:
"Perfect Ear is an ideal app for a musical enthusiast who want to improve their accuracy in identifying musical sounds. It’s easy to use, features a beautiful user interface and lots of exercises and tests."
If you're experiencing issues with the singing exercise - please try adjusting microphone sensivity in application settings.
Please, let me know about your problems VIA THE EMAIL, so I could contact you and fix the problem ASAP.
Many thanks to a great musician Stephen Chadwick (http://www.stephenchadwick.com) for his help with samples for the "Realistic Piano" plugin!
If you like it - please rate it!
This application was NOT developed by Social Jitney as they claim on their site. Developer and designer of the app is Alexander Osmanov. Social Jitney is using other developers successful apps to promote their services.
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