Here’s a FREE interactive ebook featuring videos, colorful images and narrated instruction that’s suited well for a flipped classroom approach. Assign your students to read all or a portion of the ebook prior to a lesson. Less time will be spent on introducing a concept and more time reinforcing it.
Features graded levels are offered suited for beginners to pros.
No nonsense ear training exercises for any and all intervals.
Learn to recognize intervals by associating them with popular songs starting with that interval. If you guess any interval wrong the song is played immediately.
Includes drills for note names but also for identifying harmonic and melodic intervals.
Music Lab Pro Free with in-app purchases
This is PERFECT for young, beginning pianists to help them discern high and low pitches, match pitches and identify pitch patterns.
With a beginner mode, this app offers a wide range of options for identifying, recognizing and spelling intervals.
This must-have app isn’t just for building better sight readers, it also includes TONS of exercises to build technique and theory skills including recognizing intervals on the staff and playing them on the keyboard.
Right Note An ear training app for learning interval, pitch and melody recognition.
– Four exercise modes: Interval, Interval in context, Pitch and Melody
– Highly customizable settings
– Note range from C1 to C8
– Lessons for all modes, from beginner to expert
– Learn from your mistakes: retry all you want or use the show answer option
Still not sure? Try out the free version: Right Note Lite – Ear Trainer.
A must have app for any music teacher.Worksheets that can be completed on the iPad or downloaded for print drill the spelling of intervals on the staff and recognizing them on the keyboard.
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