ListeningMusicTeacher Mac 1.46

ListeningMusicTeacher Mac 1.46

AlgorithmsAndDatastructures – Freeware – Mac
Listening Music Teacher helps you to learn how to analyze sounds. The program explains the relationship between our music system and the laws of physics. It shows the difference between the just intonation system and the equal tempered system. It also explains chord qualities and chord inversion. The program has 2 animated introductory lessons, which explain the theory behind the systems. The included chord explorer allows you to move up to 4 notes around on the staff, and tells you the note name for single notes, the interval name for two notes and the triad or seventh chord name for three resp. four notes. The 26 exercises help you to improve your listening skills.You have to listen and tell how many notes were played, which side (left or right) played a sinus sound or played the louder note, etc. You also have to identify intervals, triad qualities, triad inversions, seventh chord qualities and inversions. To make it challenging, you can choose options which make the task easier for you to solve the question. However, you will then earn less points. For intervals and triads, the program keeps a statistic, which helps you to find weaknesses. For example it shows the interval name with which you most often confused the interval in question. Finally, you can do ear training exercises up to a precision of 12 cents.

Overview

ListeningMusicTeacher Mac is a Freeware software in the category Education developed by AlgorithmsAndDatastructures.

The latest version of ListeningMusicTeacher Mac is 1.46, released on 07/12/2019. It was initially added to our database on 11/13/2014.

ListeningMusicTeacher Mac runs on the following operating systems: Mac.

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