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Requirements: Compatible with

iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later

Retina display

iOS Ear Training app for Interval, Pitch and Melody recognition

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  • Four exercises: Interval, Interval in Context, Pitch and Melody
  • Highly customizable settings
  • Mic recognition - play with your instrument
  • Note range from C1 to C8
  • Lessons for all modes, from beginner to expert
  • Learn from your mistakes: retry all you want or use the show answer option
  • Train listening to random intervals and pitch to get the "feel"
  • Choose between controllers for a different approach:
    pads, full keyboard, "octave" keyboard
  • Easily scrollable keyboard with a visual scrollbar showing the full keyboard
  • American or European music notation + octave shift
  • Bonus virtual piano - with easy scrolling
Ever wanted to improvise playing your instrument or play by ear ? Probably it's easy for you to hum to a song on the radio, or voice a nice piano solo to a blues track.

Did you realize that you are doing it without even knowing the notes or scale of the song? It's because you use your voice every day and know it like the back of your hand. It's easy to hum the right note that you have in your head or hear around you.

A similar thing can be done while playing your instrument. You just need to know which "key" to press. For this to happen you need some ear training to identify the notes you hear. Right Note was created to train those skills.

Right Note gives you the possibility to exercise your interval and pitch recognition on your iPhone any where you go. Thanks to this you can hear the relative and perfect pitch of the notes.

But the main exercise is the melody dictation, being the "real thing" you are aiming at. You will be presented with random melody which will stimulate your brain to identify the notes you hear.

Now with microphone recognition you can also play the answer using your instrument. Thanks to this you can get the hang of how to play each note you want. It greatly enhances your aural skill development.

This is a big step to learning how to play the music you hear "inside" and "outside" your head.

Detailed features

  • New way to answer instead of using GUI controls
  • Great to get the feel of a live instrument
  • Detects wide range of notes - from C1 to even C8
  • Octave equivalence option
  • Tested on pianos, guitars, flute, harmonica and other
  • If you plug in a mic you can still use the built-in speaker

Intervals exercise:
  • Intervals from unison (P1) to octave (P8) plus compound intervals up to two octaves
  • Ascending and descending intervals
  • Melodic and harmonic intervals
  • Root note range selection: scale + first and last possible note
  • Pads controller and full keyboard controller
  • Tempo selection

Intervals in context exercise:
  • Turn on a random note before an interval, after or both
  • Hear true intervals "in context" instead of "just two notes"

Pitch exercise:
  • Note range selection: scale + first and last possible note
  • "Octave" keyboard - for selecting the pitch from C to B without specifying the octave
  • Full keyboard

Melody exercise:
  • Number of notes played from 2 to 16
  • Note range selection: scale + first and last possible note
  • Change max interval limit between notes and from the first note
  • Play back and modify your answer until satisfied
  • "Poke Around" before answering
  • "Silent answering" - turn off sounds when answering for full melody dictation experience
  • Show/Hide first note
  • Random note length - mix half, whole and double note lengths for variety
  • Tempo selection