HAPPY HALLOWEEN to all our musical fiends! | Easy Ear Training

Once again Halloween bursts forth in a cacophony of horrible howlers – and we join with them in wishing you all a very

Happy Halloween!

Did you subject your ears to our various Halloween-themed activities, tutorials and tests this year?

Learn to improvise horror movie music

Improvisation Inspires Your Spooky Soundtracks

Find out how you can use an initial improvised musical ‘sketch’ to begin scoring a video clip, and then develop it to better match the film content.

Download Halloween Ear Training Track

“Halloween Robo-Bop”
Unravelling Music Track

A brand new track in our Unravelling Music series, which teaches you to hear more and understand what you hear in music. This sad scary love song about a robot ghost will teach you all about chord progressions and 4 chord songs.

Learn tricks and tips for horror soundtrack composing

Tips and Tricks of the Top Horror Film Composers

We show you some key examples and techniques for creating that perfectly horrible horror movie soundtrack.

Trick-Or-Treat!

Trick-or-Treat!

Try our three trick-or-treat bitesize challenges. Will you find them an aural treat… or a little bit tricky? Give them a listen and you’ll find out!

And don’t forget all our Halloween goodies from previous years!

Have a scary, safe, musical and mischievous Halloween!

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