Which Games Are Best For Me?

All musicians can benefit from some kind of ear training. Depending on your instrument, experience level, and musical goals, though, you may wish to spend more time on certain areas than others. Here, we've grouped our games into a few different categories so that you can quickly find those games which will help you most.

Basic Ear Training

Are you new to ear training? Perhaps you already sing or play an instrument, and would like to get better at improvising or 'playing by ear'? Are you looking for an introduction to some of the fundamental skills addressed in ear training? These games will give you a basic overview of what ear training is all about, and get you started with a fun and effective ear training routine.


Channel Scramble
Instrumentation & Mixing
Dango Brothers
Tuning & Pitch
Speed Pitch
Tuning & Pitch
Paddle Tones
Scale Degrees
Tone Drops
Scale Degrees
Melodic Drops
Intervals (Melodic)
Harmonic Drops
Intervals (Harmonic)
Chord Drops
Chords
Parrot Phrase
Melodic Call & Response
Flash Chords
Chords
Speaker Chords
Chord Progressions
Band Match
Instrumentation
Flash Intervals (Mel)
Intervals (Melodic)
Vocal Match
Harmony Singing, Tuning & Pitch
 

Music Theory

Do you want to deepen your understanding of how music 'works'? Would you like to be able to communicate better with other musicians? Music Theory and ear training go hand-in-hand. The patterns and relationships described in music theory are far more useful when you can recognize them by ear. These games will give your music theory skills a powerful boost, while at the same time training your ear to recognize common musical patterns.


Key Puzzles
Circle of Fifths
Chord Spells
Chord Spelling
Chord Locks
Chords
Number Blaster
Roman Numerals & Scale Tone Numbers
Paddle Tones
Scale Degrees
Tone Trees
Chords
Flash Chords
Chords
Melodic Drops
Intervals (Melodic)
Harmonic Drops
Intervals (Harmonic)
Tone Drops
Scale Degrees
Chord Drops
Chords
Flash Intervals (Mel)
Intervals (Melodic)
Phrase Fitter
Arpeggios
Speaker Chords
Chord Progressions
Parrot Phrases
Melodic Call & Response
 

Sound & Audio

Do you enjoy creating loop-based music? Do you want to improve your ear for recognizing different instruments and effects? Maybe you want to get a better feel for working with mixers, equalizers and PA systems? Skilled DJs, recording engineers and audio experts all have one thing in common: a sharp ear for instrument sounds, volume, tuning, and effects. This series of games will build your sonic skills and give you a better ear for tone and timbre.


EQ Match
Equalization
Band Match
Instrumentation
Flash Effects
Effects
Channel Scramble
Instrumentation & Mixing
Dango Brothers
Tuning & Pitch
Speed Pitch
Tuning & Pitch
Tonal Recall
Pitch Memory
Vocal Match
Harmony Singing, Tuning & Pitch