Theory, Practice!

Theory, Practice!

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A simple music app for ear training and interval practice. Includes intervals, scales, and chords.

*** I have a more-than-full-time day job now. Therefore this app is no longer being developed or supported. ***

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  • (64 stars)

    by Sochipem Kashak on 25/06/2014

    Good stuff

  • (64 stars)

    by Louis Taylor on 27/05/2014

    A shame development has stopped :/. Integrating Interval/chord/scale training from standard notation as well as audio would be very useful. Amazing app, but slightly limited.

  • (64 stars)

    by Keith Neilson on 01/05/2014

    I'm no programmer or I would at least have a look at continuing development of this app. It's sooooo useful and has done wonders for my singing.

  • (64 stars)

    by Wayne Tan on 10/12/2013

    Try focus on the players weakness....at least plot a graph or draw a chart to show our progress it anything....try adding more intervals like minor third or augmented seventh....dividing into different levels office difficulty may also be helpful...instead of only scales or intervals or chords......why dont we have a test for pitch as to help us pitch perfect..... besides do make it more colorful

  • (64 stars)

    by Pat Needham on 24/11/2013

    This seems very useful for those who already know what all the terminology means. But the app should at least have links to websites where I can learn what major/minor triad or augmented triad means, as well as the scales.

  • (64 stars)

    by Dean Hemmings on 05/11/2013

    I'm studying music at university and a piano app seems to be more helpful especially when practicing intervals

  • (64 stars)

    by Joseph Flores on 23/06/2013

    It could use compound intervals and the other modal scales as well as types of inverted chords.