Games for Ear Training and Music Theory

Here is the complete catalog of all our critically acclaimed ear training and music theory games, organized by category. The first three levels of all games are free. You can record your scores and track your progress by creating a free account.
 
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Sound
Channel Scramble
Identify the instrument that is loudest in the mix.
Band Match
Determine which instruments are playing together.
EQ Match
Adjust equalizer settings to match the target sound.
Flash Effects
Recognize common effects such as delay, chorus and compression.
Flash Terms (Performance)
Test your knowledge of music notation markings for tempo, expression and dynamics.
Pitch
Pitch Compare
Compare two pitches played on different instruments.
Speed Pitch
Quickly compare several pitches in succession.
Dango Brothers
Find the notes that are off and tune them to the correct pitch.
Vocal Match
Match the target pitch with your voice.
Tonality
 
Keys
Tonic Finder
Listen to a music clip and determine the key.
Flash Notation (Notes)
Quickly identify individual notes in standard music notation.
Key Puzzles
Learn the Circle of Fifths and relative major/minor keys.
Number Blaster
Match numbers with tones and chords for common major and minor keys.
 
Scales
Paddle Tones
Identify the scale tones found in most popular music.
Tone Drops
Learn to quickly recognize scale tones played on different instruments.
Tonal Recall
Test your musical memory.
Vocal Degrees (Major)
Sing the same scale degree in different major keys.
Vocal Degrees (Minor)
Sing the same scale degree in different minor keys.
Flash Tones
Identify scale degrees quickly and match them to tone names in different keys.
Intervals
Melodic Drops
Identify common melodic intervals.
Harmonic Drops
Identify common harmonic intervals.
Flash Intervals (Mel)
Learn to quickly recognize melodic intervals played on different instruments.
Flash Intervals (Harmonic)
Learn to quickly recognize harmonic intervals played on different instruments.
Two Tones (Major)
Play back simple melodic intervals such as seconds and thirds in major keys.
Two Tones (Minor)
Play back simple melodic intervals such as seconds and thirds in minor keys.
Flash Notation (Intervals)
Quickly identify intervals by sight when written in standard music notation.
Melody
Parrot Phrases
Play back melodies by ear on a piano keyboard.
Three Tones (Major)
Play back simple 3-note melodic patterns by ear in major keys.
Three Tones (Minor)
Play back simple 3-note melodic patterns by ear in minor keys. e
More Tones (Major)
Play back longer melodic patterns by ear in major keys.
More Tones (Minor)
Play back longer melodic patterns by ear in minor keys.
Vocal Steps (Repeat)
Listen to a short melody and sing it back.
Harmony
 
Chords
Chord Drops
Quickly recognize chord functions by ear.
Flash Chords
Identify common chords within a key.
Tone Trees
Find the individual tones that make up different chords.
Phrase Fitter
Connect different major and minor arpeggios with their associated chords.
Speed Chords
Quickly determine the quality and inversion of a chord by ear.
Flash Chords (Quality)
Identify chord quality (major, minor, etc.) by ear.
Flash Notation (Chords)
Quickly identify chords by sight when written in standard music notation.
Chord Spells
Spell common chords within a key by naming the individual tones that make up the chord.
Chord Locks
Determine the function quality and inversion of chords within the same key.
 
Progressions
Speaker Chords
Identify the common chord patterns and progressions found in popular music.
Flash Progressions (Major)
Recognize common major chord patterns (including inversions) when played in 3-part harmony.
Flash Progressions (Minor)
Recognize common minor chord patterns (including inversions) when played in 3-part harmony.
Flash Cadences
Listen to a set of ending chords and determine the type of cadence.
Rhythm
Flash Rhythms
Match the rhythm pattern you hear to its correct notation.
Rhythm Puzzles
Identify simple rhythm patterns by ear to complete a puzzle.
Flash Styles (Drums)
Learn to recognize drum patterns in various rhythmic styles such as shuffles and ballads.
Rhythm Reader
Quickly recognize and play back rhythm patterns written in standard music notation.
Rhythm Repeat
Listen to a melody, then tap with the rhythm.
 
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Sound
Pitch
Tonality
Intervals
Melody
Harmony
Rhythm