EarProg iTunes Description:The skill of identifying the musical notes of a melody is one of the most important skills for any musician. But being able to identify chord progressions is the closest thing to having superpowers. Knowing how to identify chord progressions opens the door to a world of possibilities as a musician, which will allow you to improve your songwriting, improvisations, jams onstage...
EarProg is the ultimate ear training app to help you identify chord progressions. With this app, you can train your ear to learn how to identify 60 different chord progressions.
Press “Play" button. When you press that button, it will sound a random progression. Tap the progressions below. If your answer is wrong you should press the "Replay" button to listen again to the progression and try again your answer.
EarProg features all these chord progressions separated into three categories:
-Standard: The most commonly used chord progressions in pop-rock music over the past 75 years. Basic movements of 2 and 3 chords that are the foundation of more complex structures. The audio examples are based on the key of C major;
-Four Chords: A careful selection of progressions with 4 chords. Very common in choruses, intros...
Again, all examples are in the key of C major;
-Minor. There are a large number of songs arranged in a minor key. If in addition to mastering chord progressions in a major key, you can identify progressions in a minor key, you will become an extremely exceptional musician. No situation will have any difficulty for you.
In this section, the examples are based on the key of A minor;
So you can listen to the chord progressions available in the app, you have a screen where all the progressions are grouped together.
Forget the scoring pressure. Ear training is not a competition. That's why no scoring is used in this app. Simply open the app and practice at your own pace, without pressure, for as long as you want. Mastering ear training is a gradual work. We're musicians, not Superbowl players!!
Become a first-class musician with EarProg.
Thursday, February 15, 2018 by Tim Webb
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