We believe that music can be taught in a fun, easy, satisfying way - but that it almost never is!
The missing piece? Listening skills.
When you focus on developing your ears and your ability to understand what your hear in music, you'll find you progress more quickly on your instrument and can express your inner musicianship in the way you've always dreamed of.
Now modern technology is making this easier than ever, and here at Easy Ear Training we're inventing new ways to help you tap that vast natural musical potential we all have inside.
Relative pitch is an invaluable skill required when it comes to playing an instrument and understanding the music you are hearing. Thankfully, Easy Ear Training has developed a nifty little app to help you along with all your pitch training needs.
Whether you are a seasoned musician or a complete beginner, Relative Pitch will have you listening with a sharpened ear and a greater appreciation of the music you love.
Ear Training is the process of developing your ear for music. If you love music, and especially if you play a musical instrument or produce music, ear training can help you to develop a musical ear so that you:
People often assume that to have a good ear for music—meaning to play by ear, to write songs, to have perfect pitch, and so on—you need to be born with the "gift" of music. This is not true!
Musical skills are learnable, and even the most impressive and natural-seeming can be learned through dedicated ear training exercises.READ MORE
You've made a start in music but you're not seeing the results you'd hoped to...
You want to play freely and creatively, and really understand music the way great musicians seem to.
We can help you start improving the essential skills of musicianship.Get Started →
You're working hard at your instrument and you've spent time trying to improve your aural skills.
The books and exercises you've tried haven't quite done the trick yet though...
Tell us what you want to improve—and we'll set you on the right track!Learn More →
You've put in the effort to truly hone your listening skills.
You play freely and easily, you can compose and play by ear without breaking a sweat, and your friends think you were just born gifted.
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