Posted by Adam | Jul 20, 2011 | Comments 0
Orange Qube today announces Right Note – Ear Trainer 1.2, an update to their highly customizable ear training app for iOS devices. Now the user can answer using a live instrument like a guitar, piano or other. Thanks to a sophisticated algorithm notes can be recognized through the microphone in a wide range. This is a big step in playing by ear as it gives the user the possibility to get the “feel” of the instrument. Apart from the new microphone recognition, Right Note keeps on evolving.
Posted by Press Releases | May 05, 2011 | Comments 0
Rochester, New York – Basic ear training doesn’t seem all that basic when considering how much time and practice is needed in developing the skill to correctly name and recognize intervals. But fact remains that ear training is a necessary skill for any musician and is part of any college or advanced high school entrance or placement test. Since ear training can seem a bit overwhelming at first, EarMan focusses squarely on one goal: After completion of EarMan’s curriculum one will be able to name the interval of any two notes sounded on a piano or any other instrument.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 13, 2011 | Comments 0
Warsaw, Poland – Right Note was created to offer the user an easy to use ear trainer and at the same time giving high configuration possibilities for each exercise mode. The user can use the predefined lessons or tailor the settings to his own needs.
Posted by Press Releases | Feb 02, 2011 | Comments 0
Stockholm, Sweden – Dev4phone today is pleased to announce the release of Ear Trainer 1.6 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Ear Trainer is an app designed to help train your musical ear. It is aimed at musicians, music students and anyone interested in musical theory and improving their aural skills. Ear Trainer includes lessons and exercises for interval comparison, interval identification, chord identification, chord inversion, chord progressions, scales and relative pitch.