"This method of learning by doing is an excellent way of
improving your skills quickly."
MusicalEar is featured in the Resources section of the November
issue of the Teaching Music magazine.
"MusicalEar is an ear training and theory app going way beyond
any on the market."
"There's something for everyone here. A chance to focus on your
personal style of musicianship or indeed to branch out into
learning something new."
For the Autumn semester we have prepared an exciting study plan
for ear training and music theory.
Starting from September 24, each week the exercises of one
complete lesson are published, together with the solutions.
You can use it for self-studies - if you are a student, or for you
own classes - if you are a teacher.
Online summer course for ear training 2012
Our online summer course has recently ended. Don't worry if you
missed the course, you can find all the exercises
of the online course here to use for self-study.
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Starting from now, every month we will select our "MusicalEar
Musician of the Month"!
You can be the next one! Click here to
find out how.
G Martell College of Music & Audio uses MusicalEar
We are proud, that the G Martell College of Music & Audio,
based in Mexico City have decided to use MusicalEar in their ear
training lab which makes MusicalEar available to all their
students. Read more about the G Martell College of Music &
MusicalEar in Universal Mode, Finale Mode and Sibelius
You can use MusicalEar stand-alone or integrated with the
notation softwares Finale and Sibelius.
The integration with notation softwares make it possible, among
other things, for teachers to fine-tune the difficulty of the
exercises or to create their own exercise sheets based on the
exercises from MusicalEar.
We were awarded Best Tools for Schools at the NAMM Show
2012 in Anaheim!
MusicalEar - So Much More Than Just Ear
MusicalEar is based on
- 200+ compositions of real music
- 200+ exercises based on compositions with a specific pedagogic
idea in mind
- 250+ sound files
- 600+ scores
- 300+ online references
- 65+ chapters of music theory
- 550+ terms in the Theory & Terms
In MusicalEar you also find:
- General music theory, an introduction to a wealth of musical
terms and music theory concepts.
- Harmony/arranging, links to the different parts and harmonic
- Elementary music analysis, questions and simple analysis of
form and structure, instruments, tonal system, harmony, etc.
- Styles and genres, including notation and ways of playing
different instruments and in different genres.
- Composing tips, based on the central idea of each
- Pre-study exercises in the form of writing or sing/play
exercises. These give you a better understanding of a particular
element in the piece.
Ear training and music theory is fun, efficient and
Enhance your experience when you listen,
learn, play and create music. With MusicalEar it's fun to move
deeper into the music.
MusicalEar is a complete tool for amateur
musicians and composers as well as music teachers and professionals
with an advanced music knowledge. This tool works equally well for
self studies and teacher guided studies.
The MusicalEar is an exciting and innovative program. It embraces a wide variety of musical styles, with an emphasis on popular music. Its connection to Sibelius notation software makes it easy to use, since instructors can assign dictation homework to students that they email back to their instructor. There were many different ear-training exercises, each concerning a full-length musical work.
Louisiana State University, USA
As an instrumental teacher I find this new ear training software very interesting and inspiring. Practical examples helped me to clearly understand the pedagogical intentions of the programme.
I was extremely impressed by the demonstration of what musicalEar could do. This was not only something new, but also a tool that could breathe fresh life into the whole business of ear training. Something that is badly needed.
Conservatorio of Verona, Italy.
The MusicalEar is very impressive for its breadth of topics and versatility of exercises. This program makes a strong contribution to the training of musicians and deserves wide use.
Music Theory Ithaca College, USA
What You Will Find in MusicalEar
MusicalEar is based on more than 200 newly written compositions
in the genres of pop, rock, jazz, latin, tune, folk music and
To train your aural skills, examples based on real music will
steepen your learning curve and enable you to put your new skills
at use immediately. MusicalEar is a versatile tool for conveying a
better understanding of music; a new, unique learning tool for
improving and deepening aural skills and music theory
Enhance your musical experience now!
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