Push your music skills, improve your improvisation abilities
or prepare for school exam.
MyEarTraining is the complete ear training solution for you. More than 100 exercises for all experience levels cover all the important aspects of music. Users with no ear training experience begin with simple perfect intervals, major vs. minor chords and simple rhythms. Advanced users can progress through seventh chord inversions, complex chord progressions and exotic scale modes. You can use tonal exercises with solfeggio or singing exercises to improve your inner ear.
✓ intervals, chords, scales, chord progressions
✓ tonal exercises using solfège
✓ rhythm exercises
✓ singing exercises
✓ create custom exercises
✓ statistics to track progress
Concept supported by Dr. Andreas Kissenbeck
University of performing Arts Munich
"#1 Ear Training App. MyEarTraining is an absolute necessity for anyone in the field of music."
"The skill, knowledge and depth of the app is absolutely outstanding."
Educational App Store
"MyEarTraining is a very useful app, I truly recommend it to improve the ability to fully recognise intervals, rhythms, chords and harmonic progressions. Great app with a very cheap price!" - Giuseppe Buscemi (classical guitarist)
See your progress grouped by days, weeks or months to get a long-term overview of your practice sessions. See detailed reports to find your weaknesses.
Synchronize your data between multiple devices and different platforms and save your data in case you switch to a new device.
Teachers can assign their own exercises based on the curriculum and track students' progress using school interface. Learn more.
Courses and lessons will guide you through ear training for musicians without a teacher and with no previous ear training experience. Basic music theory needed to start ear training is included.
Adjust the exercise set fully to suit your specific learning needs by creating your own exercises parameterized at your will.
Master the concept of solfeggio, one of the most effective ear training methods. It teaches you about the relationship of notes to tonal centre.
Singing exercises help you develop your inner ear and improve your voice intonation. They should be performed by all musicians, not just singers.