Become a better musician! Master the identification of intervals, chords, scales and rhythms solely by hearing them. Earpeggio is an ear training app which lets you improve your musical hearing.
Earpeggio provides ten different exercises, including:
- Interval identification
- Chord identification
- Chord progressions
- Melody dictation
- Rhythm dictation
Once you are bored with exercising, try taking the tests and see what your limits are. The broad statistics give you meaningful insights on your progress and help you achieve your goals.
- Audio bug fixes
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I frickin love this thing it’s free and it doesn’t want your money after every minute plus the trainings are very straight forward. What need some fine tuning is the piano scrolling it’s really buggy sometimes it just holds the note that you’ve accidentally pressed and the actual piano sounds aren’t always pleasant to hear but at the end of the day i just love it and try to practice with as much as I can.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your review, we are glad you are enjoying our app :)
The best if it wasn't so buggy!
This does everything you would want from an ear training app, is free and no ads! So what's not to like?
Well there are the bugs, and they can drive you up the wall. Sometimes there is no sound at all. More often the app-generated sound works, but the user keyboard sound does not (no notes played, just faint clicks). And the sounds on the user keyboard get randomly "stuck" (like a sustain pedal) so one note will ring out for some ten seconds.
The app seems to get confused by headphones, so it will work ok at first, then when you change your setup, i.e. connect/disconnect headphones, the keyboard will no longer work or there will be no sound at all. I'd say no sound is a bit of an issue for an ear training app 😬. Closing the app and relaunching does not fix it. What seems to fix it but not reliably is re-selecting the sound output source in the iOS audio tab (swipe up from bottom of screen). Oh and now and then the app will crash-quit. Maybe it is to do with my phone being an old 5 stuck with iOS 10.3.3?
I have to say this is a really good app.
I’m improving my basic music theory in a way that reading thro the ABRSM syllabus just wasn’t working for me - this is fun, playful, quick, can do it on the bus / instead of scrolling thro insta etc ... I’m improving fast and looking fwd to going onto the more advanced stuff. It’s really well designed. Lots of good features to add and subtract what you want to be tested on.
Thank you, app people :)
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.