EarBeater is an ear training tool designed for people who wants to become better musicians. You can train your musical ear in more than 200 individual exercises covering intervals, chords and scales.
EarBeater lets you create your own custom exercises and you can keep track of your overall progress in these ear training categories:
- Interval size comparison
- Interval recognition
- Chord recognition
- Chord inversions
- Scale recognition
Ear training is a crucial part in your musical education. It gives you more freedom in your playing and will ultimately make you a better musician. Begin your ear training with EarBeater today!
“Ear Beater ear training app, is simple, straight to the point, clean, runs smoothly, provides a systematic/natural progression for ear training, allows customization, and has a whole lot of ear training exercises!”
- Posido Vega, www.eartrainanywhere.com
“I think EarBeater wins big with its sequential, well thought-out approach to ear training. The extensive list of small tasks in each category will give students confidence in their ability to master and build lasting music theory knowledge.”
- Lynda Arnold, www.askaudiomag.com
“Of all the different ear training apps I have reviewed over the years EarBeater's interface wins hands down. Overall a powerful and useful app for any musician in training.”
- Chad Criswell, www.musicedmagic.com
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So versatile and thorough!
I’m really picky with music related things, and I searched and tried a lot of apps before sticking with this one.
The exercises do a fantastic job incrementing your abilities, and the custom exercise feature is exactly what I was hoping it would be, great for extra challenging rounds and working through personal areas of difficulty.
The range of problems is also amazing, leading you from intervals all the way through complex jazz chords!
This is the only app of its kind. Period. Nothing else I’ve tried compares.
Exactly what I needed! The perfect aid to review my aural skills class
Many chord voicing are too low and muddy
Many of the examples are played in a register of the piano that is too low for practical use. You don’t voice chords that low - too muddy. Maybe it could possibly be OK on an ultra-high end stereo, but definitely not on ear-buds.
If this gets fixed it’s 10 stars!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.