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Description

TrueFire’s Eye & Ear Exams are practical, hands-on, ear training and fretboard recognition workouts for the practicing guitarist.

Guitarists use their eyes and ears extensively when learning and playing. Watching the fretboards of other players in the band, or at the jam, helps guitarists pick up on the key of the tune, or the chords and progressions being played. We also learn new chord voicings, new techniques, and even single note lines simply by watching and listening to our favorite artists.

Being able to hear and recognize intervals, tonalities, progressions, rhythms, and melodic phrases helps us learn new material quickly and interact with other musicians at a much higher level.

TrueFire’s Eye & Ear Exams is NOT a traditional ear training approach designed to help players develop perfect pitch, or even recognize specific notes that are being played. While anyone would love to have perfect pitch, it’s not what most guitarists need.

What is needed is the ability to hear and immediately recognize a chord progression, interval, or chord tonality. Guitarists need to be able to see and immediately recognize what another guitarists is playing on their fretboard. These skills accelerate the learning process and help take that guitarist to the next level.

TrueFire’s Eye & Ear Exams feature a library of Eye & Ear Exams across a variety of levels (from beginner to advanced), and focused on a variety of categories (chord tonalities, intervals, rhythms, chord progressions, fretboard recognition, etc.).

All of the exams are scored based on accuracy and time to complete. Scores are then posted to a master scoreboard to help guitarists rate their progress as they move up the scoreboard ladder.

Take your eyes and ears to boot camp with TrueFire’s Eye & Ear Exams!

What’s New

Version 1.1

- Bug fixes and improvements
- Crash fix after completing an exam

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Terburglar ,

Impossible to create login!

Says password must contain a symbol. Add a symbol and it claims symbols are not allowed

qmost72703 ,

Are you working on it?

I like TrueFire and wanted to like the app, but I had problems creating an account—same problems that people mentioned three years ago. I would certainly try again if it were updated, but as it is, I can’t say that I would ever download it again. I hope you get it fixed, because I think a lot of people would find it useful.

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Password Issue

when creating a password it says “must contain symbol”, then when you use a symbol it says “cannot contain symbol”

App Privacy

The developer, TrueFire, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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