New Ear Training & Sight-Singing App For iPad, EarMaster

earmaster-ipad-ear-trainingEarMaster has announced that its ear training and sight-singing application – already available for Mac & Windows – is now available for iPad.

It offers exercises for all levels, designed to train users to:

  • sight-read and sight-sing music;
  • recognize intervals, chords, scales and melodies by ear;
  • increase rhythm and pitch precision;
  • learn to transcribe music by ear; and
  • learn the core concepts of music theory.

Users can sing their answers into the app and get instant feedback on their pitch and rhythm accuracy, tap rhythms live on the screen of their iPad, practice ear training or sight-reading with a MIDI piano or other MIDI instruments, learn to sing with solfege syllables, check their stats to pinpoint areas that demand more training, do interactive dictations with all-time Jazz classics, and more.

Here’s a video intro:

Price and Availability:

EarMaster can be downloaded for free from the App Store. It includes a 15-lesson introduction to music theory for beginners, as well as 2 customizable ear training exercises to learn to recognize and transcribe chords and intervals by ear. Additional lessons are available via In-app purchases, including a comprehensive music theory course for beginners, 14 general workshops for ear training, sight-singing practice and rhythm training, 9 Jazz workshops  and more. All in-app purchases are sold with up to 65% discount until July 1, 2016.

2 thoughts on “New Ear Training & Sight-Singing App For iPad, EarMaster

  1. I’m not sure if anything has changed, but I was unable to get any kind of pricing on the IAPs (other than that they are discounted).

    Slick demo. If it lives up to the hype it could be a great value.

  2. They had me at “other MIDI instruments.” I’ve been using Tenuto thus far along with David Lucas Burge. Tenuto is good but i put in for external MIDI as a request a long time ago. It’s nice to be fluent in multipe timbres with relative pitch, especially with synthesis. Yaye!

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