Chet - Ear Training Games 4+

Music Theory, Piano & Guitar

Hirsh Group LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 794 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Chet is an ear training game for musicians of all levels. Compete with other musicians to achieve high scores in a wide variety of challenges that test your ear.

Chet can be played on any iOS device and is MIDI compatible... so plug in your MIDI keyboard if you have one!

Chet challenges you to correctly playback as many musical sequences as you can in a limited amount of time. You are given bonus points for flawless responses. There are a variety of games to test your skills on musical fundamentals including:

Intervals
Scales
Arpeggios
Chords
Tonal Sequences
Atonal Sequences

Chet also has games that challenge you with short sequences from famous musical compositions.

Please provide us with feedback!

What’s New

Version 2022.7.1

We added support for left-handed guitar and bass!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
794 Ratings

794 Ratings

jaekelmatt ,

Amazing!!! Best ear trainer ever 👏🏽

Ive used so many ear training apps over the 10 years of my musical journey, and this is by far the most interesting, and fun experience ever!! The fact that you figure out REAL MELODIES and a ton of amazing and useful musical concepts on a guitars fingerboard transforms what was previously thought of as ear training, into something thats actually applicable right off the bat. Thank you devs! I am looking forward to the apps expansion, and could only hope that one day you can create a community on that platform so we can make our own challenges with your ui. But even if you dont, this reigns supreme!

Developer Response ,

Thanks so much, that's great to hear!

Chai Maya ,

Piano teacher recommends, but fix melodic minor please!

I’m a classically trained piano teacher, I love using this app to improve my own ear and I plan to recommend it to students. I especially appreciate the algorithm which picks up on your weaker points, and gives you opportunities for dialed-in practice where it can tell you’re struggling with a specific concept.

Would give five stars if not for an error in how the app handles melodic minor scales. It plays the descending scale identically to the ascending and it expects you to do the same. ...The correct way to play a descending melodic minor scale is to flatten the 6th and 7th so you’re just playing a natural minor, but the app will ding your score if you actually play it properly - it wants to train you to play the sharp 6 and 7 on the way down as well as up, which is incorrect!

Devs, please let me know if you see this and fix the issue in your otherwise incredible/fun/useful app, and I will add the 5th star posthaste :)

Developer Response ,

Hey Chai!

Thanks for reaching out. So glad to hear the app is serving you well :)

Currently, the app handles melodic minor in the way most jazz musicians would use it. Some people even call it 'jazz melodic minor' when the descending version is the same as the ascending.

We're going to put some thought into all of this, and try working on a classical version of the melodic minor/harmonic game.

Thanks again!

**Update**

Hi Chai,

The latest version of Chet now supports classical melodic minor!

Under beginner in the Scales collection, we have two new games, "Harmonic/Melodic Descending (Classical)" and "Harmonic/Melodic Minor [Ascending and Descending] (Classical)". Harmonic/Minor Ascending is the same game for jazz and classical.

Thank you for your suggestion!

[warhead] ,

Very nice

The app does a good job presenting standard ear training like intervals, chords, etc. But what I really like most is that this is one of the only apps I know of that has so many melodic exercises using actual examples from songs and pieces, not just randomly generated patterns from various scales. This really helps the ear learn sounds and patterns in typical contexts and has helped me a lot with my transcribing even unrelated tunes. I particularly like all of the Bach and the Charlie Parker tunes. Something like this would be a great way to learn jazz (esp. bebop) licks and internalize bebop language. I hope more of these can continue to be added.

Developer Response ,

Thanks so much for using Chet and for the kind and helpful review. We'd love to hear about any specific content (e.g. composers) that you'd be particularly interested in seeing on the app.

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