For beginners and Professionals You can choose the build-in tutor as your master and let it adjust the difficulty as you do progress, or you can configure each exercise your self in the extremely flexible exercise setup with a wide range of options.
This flexibility makes EarMaster the perfect choice for any musician. Beginners can be guided through by the build-in tutor while music students and professionals can configure the program individually to be just as hard as you want.
Monitor your results
All of your results are recorded in details in a database for later review and printout. You can for example view how well you have identified the minor 7th chord within the past 2 weeks. With a floppy disk you can easily transfer your results to your school or your teachers computer (if EarMaster School is installed on it) and bring new assignments back for homework. Give your answer in the way you prefer Depending on the instrument you play, you can put EarMaster in 3 different instrument modes. You can answer question and make configurations on either a Piano, Guitar or Notesheet on the screen. EarMaster now includes advanced sound-to-MIDI technology allowing you to give your answers with the microphone. If you have a MIDI keyboard attached to your computer you can also use this to give your answers and to remote control EarMaster.
EarMaster offers 10 ear training exercises divided into five subject areas. They have been chosen and developed in cooperation with music teachers from all over the world and loyal users of previous versions of EarMaster. Together they cover all the areas you need to develop and maintain your aural skills.
Once you get the hang of intervals, it will be easier to
transcribe songs, compose songs or tuning your guitar. It
will help you figure out the melody of a song based on the
intervals: "Oh, that's just a perfect fourth followed by a
EarMaster plays an harmonic or
melodic interval, you identify it by its name or transcribe
the tones on either the piano, guitar or the notesheet.
EarMaster plays two intervals, you identify which one is the greater.
Scale and Mode Exercise
A scale is the tonal basis of music i.e. a set of tones from
which you build melodies and harmonies. With EarMaster
you will learn to identify scales (like major, minor, blues,
bebop, etc) and church modes (like dorian, phrygian, etc):
Knowing chords and harmonies is another important part
of song transcription and composition or if you improvise
or play by ear. To put harmonies and chords in music
requires that you can hear and feel the quality of chords
and their function within a given key.
EarMaster has three exercises that will help you with just
The demands for a musicians rhythmic abilities are
increasing in modern music. A fine sense of rhythmic
variations, the ability to feel a tempo and keeping it are
important for any musician. It is not enough to be able to
read or hear individual note values, you must identify a
rhythm as a series of rhythm patterns. EarMaster has
three exercises that will teach you to read and hear
Can you transcribe a tune when you hear it?
System requirements and languages
|EarMaster 4.0 is currently available in the following
Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish.
following languages will be available later:
All languages are included in trial and registered versions of EarMaster.