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Thread: My ear training site. Looking for suggestions.

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    My ear training site. Looking for suggestions.

    So I wanted to develop my ear, and instead of doing some excercises ended up creating this:
    http://pitchimprover.com/
    You are welcome to use it if you like. Let me know if you have any suggestions or notice that anything is wrong with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garyp View Post
    So I wanted to develop my ear, and instead of doing some excercises ended up creating this:
    http://pitchimprover.com/
    You are welcome to use it if you like. Let me know if you have any suggestions or notice that anything is wrong with it.
    I like it! cheers, very useful

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    Quote Originally Posted by garyp View Post
    So I wanted to develop my ear, and instead of doing some excercises ended up creating this:
    http://pitchimprover.com/
    You are welcome to use it if you like. Let me know if you have any suggestions or notice that anything is wrong with it.
    It's good. Except when I finally get it right, it says "There were some mistakes. Play to hear the melody" - and it then plays the next one! I want it to confirm what I just got right. I know I've made mistakes, I don't need to be told! A simple "Yes!" would do when I finally get it right, and then "play to hear the melody" should repeat the correct one. It should then go on to offer the next one if you want it.

    Also, I don't think roman numerals are right. They generally refer to chords, not scale notes. Arabic numbers (1-3-5 etc) would be better.

    Otherwise, it's quite addictive - I've been doing it for several minutes now. Can't get beyond level 6, and that's just with 3-note melodies.

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