* Re-design of the "Note Names" interface with better readability
* New background image in lesson introductions
* New hint to help you find the "Exercise Options" in the beginning of an exercise
* Dictation exercises: After inserting a dotted note, the dotted option is now automatically deselected
* Minor improvements of the voice detection algorithm
* French Beginners Course revised
* Portuguese translation updated
* Italian translation updated
* Solved problem with random crashes on iPad
* Minor adjustment of vocal range for Counter-Tenor (changed lowest tone from F3 to E3) and Baritone (changed lowest tone from G2 to A2)
* Latency compensation value is now saved
* And a few other minor improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Very good, but has an annoying bug
Lesson 8.7 sometimes plays an intro bar before you have to sing, sometimes goes straight into the recording (meaning if you were expecting an intro bar, you fail).
Used in my Music College
This is a great app. Came across this via my Music Production course at a reputable school in Dublin. I highly recommend it. Minor feedback for the content: for all the lessons where we need to identify intervals sometimes the higher notes are played first and sometimes the lower notes first. This wouldn’t be a problem normally but because the notation always displays them on top of each other it’s hard to get guidance. Best thing to do is clearly display on the grid the order in which they are played, rather than using chord style notation. Thanks.
Based on a first impression...
The vocal range settings have made no difference to the introductory lessons for me. I’m a bass baritone and the test pitches are way out of my vocal range. It says you can sing an octave or two below but what’s the point? I’d rather have all the practices pitches within my vocal range. Also, the mic seems to have a hair trigger. The first three questions I failed I hadn’t made a sound, it must be picking up ambient noise. My main request is begin with a vocal range finder and stick to it. Nobody can sing outside their range.
Developer Response ,
Hi, thanks for your feedback. Your vocal range is used to determine the pitch range of the exercises everywhere in the software except in the 'Beginner's Course' which only uses the treble clef, as it is commonly most used in material for beginners. You can sing in any octave you want, just like you would echo notes played by a recorder in real life for example. The software will transpose your answer to the octave of the question automatically. In other ares of the software, which are for more advanced users, the pitch range and clef will be determined by your vocal range setting. This is explained in the beginning of the Beginner's Course. About your problem with the microphone, it is possible that the sound of the metronome is picked up by your mic, so please lower the volume of the speakers, or use headphones, and that should solve the issue. If not, please send a video recording of the problem to email@example.com so that we may look deeper into this. Cheers, Quentin from EarMaster.
- EarMaster ApS
- 270.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
English, Czech, Danish, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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- In-App Purchases
- Customized Exercise: Interval Comparison £1.99
- Customized Exercise: Rhythm Imitation £1.99
- Customized Exercise: Rhythmic Sight-Reading £1.99
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.