Ear Training Game – It's Really That Easy

June 11th, 2014

Why theĀ Ear Train-A-Tizer Is My Favorite Ear Training Game.

The problem with ear training games is that they’re just not gamey enough. Throughout my first two years or so at Cornerstone, I enjoyed using an ear training game for my basic musical development. But it just seemed too academic. More like homework and less like the game it seemed like it was trying to be. It also wasn’t free…

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My favorite ear training game to date.

Music Interactive’s first attempt at making an ear training game was the Ear Train-A-Tizer. I like it because it gets straight to the point of what an ear training game should be. It has a score, levels, time limits, and teaches the user how select the correct answers. It gets progressively harder and even has bonus levels! But It lacks graphics and hand to eye coordination. It’s fun, but it could be more fun. It needs lasers and jumping. Something sweet.

But for now, it’s what we’ve got and it’s great! Here at Music Interactive our goal is to make your musical abilities develop as quickly and effortlessly as possible. The Ear Train-A-Tizer is a great way to help you learn how to identify sounds. To the best of my knowledge, it’s the best ear training game out there to date. It’s currently only browser based and works best in Google Chrome…But it’s also free!

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