My New “Go-To” Ear Training App For iPad

I’ve been an Ear Training Enthusiast for many years now. During those years, I’ve tried out many ear training programs developed for PC and MAC computers.

Lately, I’ve been trying out ear training apps for my iPad.

Many of these ear training apps are quite good. But, I’ve never really found one, which I can say I completely enjoy using… Until now.

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Ear Training Intervals Online Demonstration

This online ear training video demonstrates Ear Training Intervals – Complete on a desktop.

This video can also be used as a quick 5 minute online ear training warm-up that you can access through any wireless internet connection.

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Future Ear Training MP3’s?

Many of you may be asking a similar question, that I recently received from a fellow Ear Training Enthusiast:

Thank you for updating the website. I’ve purchased the mp3’s. There are 66 examples now, but in the past one you had 519! Why do you only have the examples in the Key of C? Could you possibly add your previous mp3? I’ll buy that one as well! Please, please, please, please do that!

Thanks a lot!

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Chord Tones And How To Learn To Hear Them

Chord tones are the essential tones in any chord that must be emphasized during your melodic solos, in order to outline the harmonic structure of the song.

If you can hear chord tones effortlessly, your ability to improvise over any set of chord changes magnifies… and you won’t be relying on the rhythm section to play those chord changes for you in order to sound good!

Harness the advantage of hearing chord tones by practicing with these 72 ear training mp3 tracks.

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Relative Pitch The Best Way

There are many ways to get the job done.

But, if you want get relative pitch now, make it last permanently, and avoid major headache, then there is one way to do just that.

Here is a specific method of ear training that will teach you relative pitch in the best way, no matter what instrument you play.

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Slow and Steady Wins the Race… At least When Ear Training

This ear training tip is similar to the lesson that can be learned in one of Aesop’s fables, The Tortoise and the Hare.

Practicing ear training 15 minutes a day will yield more noticeable and permanent results, than practicing ear training for an hour and a half once a week.

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