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nyc_joe
post Thu 13 Feb 2003, 18:12
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Hello, I'm looking for ear training software to use on my mac that will allow me to use a midi keyboard to enter responses. I used a product called solfege that a guy developed for Linux. It was all I needed but I got tired of Linux and have switched back to Mac. Now I want to continue on this platform. nyc_joe
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post Fri 14 Feb 2003, 09:12
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When you write "ear training" do you mean you want to develop perfect pitch or just the ability to recognise chords and intervals?

The link below may not be exactly what you are looking for, however it may interest you.

http://www.red-sweater.com/RedSweater/Clarion.html

Clarion is a music utility which allows you to practice and be quizzed
on your ability to recognize musical intervals.
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nyc_joe
post Fri 14 Feb 2003, 23:16
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Thanx. That's a start but I'm actually looking for something more elaborate. nyc_joe
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al_be
post Fri 22 Jul 2011, 08:41
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QUOTE (nyc_joe @ Thu 13 Feb 2003, 18:12) *
Hello, I'm looking for ear training software to use on my mac that will allow me to use a midi keyboard to enter responses. I used a product called solfege that a guy developed for Linux. It was all I needed but I got tired of Linux and have switched back to Mac. Now I want to continue on this platform. nyc_joe



You might want to try my ear training application Functional Ear Trainer. The latest version supports Mac OS X, and is available in several languages: English, French, Spanish ...
Check it out: http://www.miles.be

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jasonlee
post Fri 22 Jul 2011, 12:41
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QUOTE (nyc_joe @ Thu 13 Feb 2003, 18:12) *
Hello, I'm looking for ear training software to use on my mac that will allow me to use a midi keyboard to enter responses. I used a product called solfege that a guy developed for Linux. It was all I needed but I got tired of Linux and have switched back to Mac. Now I want to continue on this platform. nyc_joe



Earmaster Pro is by far then best and most intensive one for the Mac...
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post Mon 22 Aug 2011, 07:35
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the best program for ear training is from the great Ron Miller
it's modal ear
http://homepage.mac.com/ronmiller2/RonsSite/software.html
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