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Description

This is the ad-free version.

- It includes three sections:

SECTION 1 has two levels:

- Each level contains twenty rhythmic lessons and twenty melodic lessons.

- Each lesson is integrated by fifteen exercises.

ON LEVEL “A”:

- You will hear a musical idea and you will see two scores. One is right, the other is wrong.

- You have to click on the right score.

- On this level you can repeat the exercise as many times as you want before clicking.

- If you click on the wrong choice the exercise will not advance so that you can hear it again and recognize the right choice.


ON LEVEL “B”:

- You will hear a musical idea and you will see two scores. One is right, the other is wrong.

- You have to click on the right score.

- Each exercise plays only once.

- For each time you click on the right choice you get one point. There is a maximum of 15 right guesses per exercise.

SECTION 2 has a different type of ear training exercises which are not related to any written music. Rhythmic exercises on this section are to practice the ability to reproduce a rhythmic combination just by listening to it. On the melodic exercises of this section you will listen a series of sounds and you have to recognize the higher one.

Sometimes you play songs without the need to read a sheet music. You just listen the rhythm or the melody and you play it or you sing it. The emphasis in Section 2 is to be able to repeat what you hear rhythmically. It is also important to be able to identify the highest note in a melody.

SECTION 2 contains ten rhythmic lessons and ten melodic lessons.

SECTION 3 has 35 melodic exercises and 25 rhythmic exercises.

On the melodic exercises you will listen some notes and you have to click on the highest one.

On the rhythmic exercises you will listen a rhythmic formula and you have to indicate what is missing on the staff.

Music has rhythm and melody. Being able to listen some music notes and knowing whats going on in terms of pitch and duration is an important ability for a musician. Ear training helps you to read a sheet music without an instrument and knowing how it sounds.

If you are taking guitar lessons or piano lessons this app will be very useful for you. Playing piano music or guitar music is better done when you have a clear idea about music notes values and pitch.

Ear training is vital to understand music theory. How to play guitar or how to play piano is not just a matter of moving your fingers, it has a lot to do with listening and knowing what you are listening to.

Perfect pitch is not a requirement to enter a music school because there will be ear training lessons. So this app is something you must have if you are on singing lessons, trying to learn how to read music, studying music scales, playing violin music or reading piano sheet music.

 $1.49 in Google Play

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Version History

Launched Apr 23, 2015 (about 4 years ago).

Releasing new versions every 4 months, on average.

Feb 26
2019
(Current)
Version 1.0.11

- Software update

Sep 04
2018
Version 1.0.10

- New section with new melodic exercises (35) and new rhythmic exercises (25).
- Software update.

Oct 02
2017
Version 1.0.9

- We integrated an additional section with a different type of exercises.

Sep 25
2017
Version 1.0.8

- We integrated an additional section with a different type of exercises.

Sep 14
2017
Version 1.0.7

- Software update

May 06
2017
Version 1.0.6

- Enhanced navigation.
- Enhanced audio.
- Enhanced interfaced.

Feb 25
2017
Version 1.0.5

- Enhanced navigation.
- Enhanced audio.
- Enhanced interfaced.

Dec 05
2016
Version 1.04

- Automatic screen adjustment.

Apr 27
2016
Version 1.0.03

- We've increased the amount of exercises. Now there are 600 exercises.
- Enhanced navigation.

Apr 05
2016
Version 1.0.2

Aug 27
2015
Version 1.0.1

This is the ad-free version of “Practical Ear Training”.

It is an ideal app to develop a musical ear.


It includes twenty rhythmic lessons and fifhteen melodic lessons.


Each lesson is integrated by fifteen exercises and its worked in four stages:


ON THE FIRST STAGE:


- You will hear a musical idea and you will see two scores. One is right, the other is wrong.


- You have to click on the right score.


- At this stage you will see animations for the notes and the beats to help you recognize the right score.


- You can repeat the exercise as many times you want before clicking on the right choice.


- If you click on the wrong score the exercise does not advance so you can hear it again and recognize the right choice.


ON THE SECOND STAGE:


- Same as the first stage but now each guess only plays once.


- Each time you click on the right choice you get one point.


- There is a maximum of 15 right guesses.


ON THE THIRD STAGE:


- There is no more animation for the notes, just for the beats.


- Each time you click on the right choice you get one point.


- There is a maximum of 15 right guesses.


ON THE FOURTH STAGE:


- No animations at all. It all depends on your ear.


- Each time you click on the right choice you get one point.


- There is a maximum of 15 right guesses.

Apr 23
2015
Version 1.0.0

This is the ad-free version of “Practical Ear Training”.

It is an ideal app to develop a musical ear.


It includes ten rhythmic lessons and ten melodic lessons.


Each lesson is integrated by fifteen exercises and its worked in four stages:


ON THE FIRST STAGE:


- You will hear a musical idea and you will see two scores. One is right, the other is wrong.


- You have to click on the right score.


- At this stage you will see animations for the notes and the beats to help you recognize the right score.


- You can repeat the exercise as many times you want before clicking on the right choice.


- If you click on the wrong score the exercise does not advance so you can hear it again and recognize the right choice.


ON THE SECOND STAGE:


- Same as the first stage but now each guess only plays once.


- Each time you click on the right choice you get one point.


- There is a maximum of 15 right guesses.


ON THE THIRD STAGE:


- There is no more animation for the notes, just for the beats.


- Each time you click on the right choice you get one point.


- There is a maximum of 15 right guesses.


ON THE FOURTH STAGE:


- No animations at all. It all depends on your ear.


- Each time you click on the right choice you get one point.


- There is a maximum of 15 right guesses.

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