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The ultimate ear training app for musicians. Develop your relative pitch to the full by improving your aural skills and your music theory knowledge. This will better many aspects of your life as a musician, be it regarding improvisation, composition, arrangement, interpretation, singing, or playing in a band. Designed like a video game and with strong pedagogical concepts in mind, this app will make you truly master each interval, chord, scale, etc. before taking you to the next one.
• 150+ progressive drills arranged over 4 levels / 28 chapters
• 11 drill types, 24 intervals, 36 chord types, chord inversions, 28 scale types, melodic dictations, chord progressions
• Easy mode: 50+ progressive drills arranged over 12 chapters specially designed for beginners
• Play a selection of 21 drills in arcade mode
• 5 octaves of actual recorded grand piano sounds
• 7 additional sound banks are available, all with actual recorded sounds: vintage piano, Rhodes piano, electric guitar, harpsichord, concert harp, strings and pizzicato strings- In each chapter, a theory card will introduce you to the concepts you will need to know
• No need to know how to read music on a staff
• Designed like a video game: earn 3 stars in each drill of a chapter to unlock the next one. Or will you be able to obtain 5-star perfects?
• Compare scores amongst your friend circles and see how you rank against other players worldwide
• Don't want to follow the pre-established path of progression? Create and save your own custom drills and rehearse them at your own convenience
• Create full custom training programs and invite friends or students to join them. If for example you're a teacher you can create custom programs for your students, add drills every week and view their scores on private leaderboards
• Never lose any progress: cloud sync across your various devices
• Game Center: 25 achievements to unlock
• Game Center: Leaderboards (global, per level, per chapter, easy mode, arcade mode)
• Nice and clean material design user interface with 2 display themes: light and dark
• Designed by a musician and music teacher with a Royal Conservatory master's degree
• Download the app and try out the first chapter for free
• One-time in-app purchase of US $4.99 (or 5,49€) to unlock the full version
Having a problem? Got a suggestion? You can reach us at completeeartrainer@gmail.com

What's New in Version 1.5.10

You can now switch between the default light theme and a brand new dark one. Great for working at nighttime: rest your eyes and focus on your ears!
A crash linked to a third party social network login has been fixed.
A few bugs have been fixed, thank you for your reports!








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Rated: 4+


iOS 8.0 or later


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English, French

Customer Ratings

Current Version

7 Ratings

All Versions

7 Ratings

Customer Reviews

Very good

Version 1.3.11
I find it is one the best apps that I have seen so far. Clear design, theory explanation, good drills.
I’d like fonts to be a bit bigger and bolder because I find it slightly hard to read, however this is a personal thing.

Having trouble recognising octave in the app

Eumir Deo
Version 1.3.11
I download the app to give it a try, I was playing the first part - melodic interval recogniton of m3 (minor third) and P8 (Perfect octave), There were some questions in the app that When I listened on the two notes that were played in succession, sounds to me like a P1 (Perfect unison) I didn’t hear ascencion or descension in the sound between the notes because they sound exactly the same, but you can only choose between m3 or P8 as your answer. Correct me if I’m wrong, isn’t it a perfect unison doesn’t have a semitone between notes because they’re the same notes on the same octave? And a perfect octave have twelve semitones between notes, same notes but different octaves (next octave up or down, ascending or descending melodic intervals) so it should be easy to tell them apart. But, I could be wrong about this.
Thanks for the reply Stephane. I tried playing that first part again where I was having trouble recognising the perfect octave, and this time I ask my wife and son if they can hear the difference between two notes, my wife said they sounded the same, but my son said that the second note was higher, and then I tried it again, this time I used an earphone like you suggested to me. I can hear that the second note was actually higher, but doesn’t seem much (12 semitones), it sounded to me like a perfect octave played harmonically twice. And to clarify my confusion, I tried playing all major notes that are octave apart melodically on my digital keyboard and I can easily hear the first note ascends to the next octave, but on this app I am really struggling. There’s obviously much to learn for me to properly recognise musical intervals. Like I said before, I could be wrong about this and I was wrong, I apologise to Stephane for my previous review and promptly adjusted it.