Description of App
You’ve always wanted to have a deeper understanding of music. You admire other musicians who can improvise and compose, or singers who can effortlessly find the harmony to a song. Interval training can help you achieve all of that – and let you get more out of the music you love.
If you’d like to learn interval training but you aren’t sure you’re ready to progress all the way through RelativePitch, try this Lite version for beginners.
With RelativePitchLite, you’ll get:
- Training Mode – 5 lessons to gradually teach you intervals, step by step
- Testing Mode – Check your progress and your ability to distinguish intervals
- Custom Mode – If you’re having trouble with one specific piece of training, set up a custom training and testing session to target your problem spots
RelativePitchLite is fun and easy to use – in fact, many of our customers say it makes learning to distinguish intervals feel like a game. It’s also great for beginners; even if you don’t play an instrument or know music theory, you’ll be able to learn with this app easily.
Whether you’re a musician yourself, or simply an admirer and lover of great music, RelativePitchLite changes the way you experience music. You’ll have that deeper understanding you always wanted of how it all comes together – and you’ll be amazed at how much more you get out of every piece you hear.
RelativePitchLite is intended for beginners, and trains and tests ascending intervals starting from a C. More advanced students might enjoy RelativePitch, available on the App Store now!
“Nice app. Easy to use, does what it says. If you are a musician and want to sharpen your ear. Give this app a try!!” ✪ (User review, August 2010)
“The free version brought me exactly what I needed for my music course. I can test my ears on a custom test with the intervals I desire and it helped me improve my scores from 40% to 90%! happy!” ✪ (User review, February 2010)
If you have any questions before buying, or any problems with the app, just email support@EasyEarTraining.com.
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Device(s) App Was Tested On
You can open settings on the home screen then find the RelativePitchLite app and enable labels for buttons. The only button that is not labeled is the help button at the bottom right. The help is very good, and should answer any questions that you have.