#1
Does anyone know an application that just plays single notes and you have to name them?
Preferably customizable which notes should chosen.

For everyone who knows the Functional Ear Trainer 1, I'm looking exactly for this kind of stuff.
The problem is, that I switched to Mac.

Any hints?

Thanks
#3
You mean like a perfect pitch training type thing?

Idk if that's possible... you should work on your relative pitch it's better anyway. I have PP and relative is much more useful for soloing, composing, etc. PP is good when i hear something in my head, but relative could do the same thing, so long as you carry one of those little machines that plays a C or an A or whatever.
Music is intervals, the single notes don't matter as much.
#4
there's a program called auralia which is a branch of sibelius that is an ear training program
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#5
Macgamut! I know a lot of Canadian universities use it (like mine) and there's a ton of exercises you can do with it. Rhythmic dictations, melodic dictations, harmonic dictations, interval naming and even more. It's a great program the only thing is that the midi sounds are dreadful.
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#6
try musictheory.net
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#7
Quote by rolandgunner
Does anyone know an application that just plays single notes and you have to name them?
Preferably customizable which notes should chosen.

For everyone who knows the Functional Ear Trainer 1, I'm looking exactly for this kind of stuff.


The Functional Ear Trainer from Miles.BE, which asks you to identify notes relative to a key center, works just fine on my mac.