Listening Music Teacher Alternatives

    Listening Music Teacher is described as 'helps you to learn how to analyze sounds. The program explains the relationship between our music system and the laws of physics. It explains chord qualities and chord inversion. The exercises help you to recognize chords'. There are seven alternatives to Listening Music Teacher for a variety of platforms, including Online / Web-based, Mac, Windows, iPhone and iPad. The best alternative is ClassiCosmos, which is free. Other great apps like Listening Music Teacher are EarMaster (Freemium), SoundGrail (Free), Ear Teacher (Paid) and Meludia (Freemium).

    This page was last updated Aug 26, 2020

    1. Listen to your favorite classical music online on ClassiCosmos radio. No commercials, no ads, just classical music!
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      • FreemiumProprietary
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • iPhone
      • iPad
      Professional software for ear training and practical music theory on Windows and Mac. A program such as EarMaster will provide you with: Progressive lessons made by music teachers that help you build up your skills according to your actual level.
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      • FreeProprietary
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Online
      • Windows Mobile
      • Android
      • iPhone
      • Chrome OS
      • iPad
      SoundGrail is a free music theory app for pianists, guitarists and DJs. Learn chords, scales, key signatures, and more. Play guitar, piano and DJ like a pro!.
    2. Ear Teacher is a music theory and ear training application. It is completely audiovisual and contains dozens of interactive exercises for rhythm, melody, and harmony. You can tap rhythms, sing intervals, sight-sing, playback melodies, and much more.
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      • FreemiumProprietary
      • Online
      Listening exercises and to sharpen your ear and music theory skills.


      • FreeProprietary
      • Online
      Brief interactive music theory lessons that demystify the music behind the madness.
    3. Implied harmony website covers the basics of classical music theory. It begins with the simplest unit - musical note. Then describes notes relations - melodic and harmonic intervals.
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