Right Note - Ear Trainer Apps free for iPhone/iPad
Right Note - Ear Trainer Apps free for iPhone/iPad

Right Note - Ear Trainer Apps free for iPhone/iPad

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$6.99 Free 2017-07-25 07:24:50
$0.99 $6.99 2012-11-06 11:00:00
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$9.99 $19.99 2012-06-10 06:00:00
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$6.99 $14.99 2011-12-30 12:00:00
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$2.99 $9.99 2011-08-16 08:00:00
$9.99 $2.99 2011-07-27 07:00:00
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$4.99 $9.99 2011-05-29 05:00:00
First Tracked $4.99 2011-03-29 03:00:00

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★ Try out new "Intervals in Context" ★ Now with microphone recognition - play with your instrument
★ Right Note - An ear training app for learning Interval, Pitch and Melody recognition

★★★★★ The best ear training app so far
I used to say that I would never spend more than 10 bucks with an app, but after trying the lite version I had to get this one. I love it, good job.

Featured in US "What's Hot"

I found Right Note to be worth a special mention, primarily due to the inclusion of the microphone
This is what really counts here: the ability to develop your relative pitch and use it in context on your instrument

This feature {microphone recognition} is what sets the app apart from all the rest, especially in Melody mode
Right Note helps you develop that 'sixth sense,' or 'instinct,' needed to figure out what note is where, with out even thinking about it
Brilliant 5/5

I liked to test my skills in melody dictation, and tried it with guitar and mic recognition, worked really well. If u like these features then go for it!


★ Microphone recognition
now you can play using your own instrument

★ Your not just answering questions
before each lesson you can train hearing given intervals with random root and notes in different octaves to get the feel

★ You learn from your mistakes
after a mistake you can analyze the right and wrong answer instead of just moving to the next question

★ Melody dictation
intervals and pitch is a good practice but your main goal is melody recognition

★ Intervals in context
so you know your intervals but can't hear them in a melody? Try out this exercise to bridge the gap

★ Highly customizable
a wide range of settings and options giving you the much needed freedom outside the given lessons

- Four exercise modes: Interval, Interval in context, Pitch and Melody
- Highly customizable settings
- Note range from C1 to C8
- Lessons for all modes, from beginner to expert
- Learn from your mistakes: retry all you want or use the show answer option
- Train listening to random intervals and pitch to get the feel
- Choose between controllers for a different approach: pads, full keyboard, "octave" keyboard
- Easily scrollable keyboard with a visual scrollbar showing the full keyboard
- Music notation - choose between American or European notation and shift octave numbers
- Bonus virtual piano

- New way to answer instead of using GUI controls
- Great to get the feel of a live instrument
- Detects wide range of notes - from C1 to even C8
- Octave equivalence option
- Tested on pianos, guitars, flute, harmonica and other
- If you plug in a mic you can still use the built-in speaker

- Intervals from unison (P1) to octave (P8) plus compound intervals up to two octaves
- Ascending and descending intervals
- Melodic and harmonic intervals
- Root note range selection: scale + first and last possible note
- Pads controller and full keyboard controller
- Tempo selection

- Turn on a random note before an interval, after or both
- Hear true intervals "in context" instead of "just two notes"

- Note range selection: scale + first and last possible note
- "Octave" keyboard - for selecting the pitch from C to B without specifying the octave
- Full keyboard

- Number of notes played from 2 to 16
- Note range selection: scale + first and last possible note
- Change max interval limit between notes and from the first note
- Play back and modify your answer until satisfied
- "Poke Around" before answering
- "Silent answering" - turn off sounds when answering for full melody dictation experience
- Show/Hide first note
- Random note length - mix half, whole and double note lengths for variety
- Tempo selection

Still not sure? Try out the free version: Right Note Lite - Ear Trainer.

Right Note - Ear Trainer Apps ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Current Version:
Varies with device
23.42 MB
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This training is challenging! But it is the way to get your ears tuned Posted by

I read sheet music, but I also pick up tunes by hearing, I thought I had good ears so I thought this training would be easy. Well, I was wrong, I'm not that great at hearing...But that is exactly the point, to get you to find out where you are in need of improvement. In that respect it is doing its job well. The interface is nice and simple and the lessons a separated by difficulty so it lets you get ready for the next level. All in all a very interesting app and I hope my ears get better with it.

wonderful dictation app Posted by

this app does a great job leading you up to dictation. the sound samples are good and it has a dazzling array of wonderful features like the piano controller for answering interval questions. the only thing that could be improved is the interface - enlarging the replay button and some other adjustments would be icing on the cake. overall this is the best melodic ear trainer on the app store by far.

Well worth the price Posted by

If you guys add a harmonic dictation (see the ch!ear app) and rhythmic dictation mode (see the read rhythm app) this will be the best music trainer of all time. Its already the best melodic and interval trainer on itunes. An option to visually use a guitar neck instead of a piano would be great (but still the nice piano sounds).

Great app Posted by

I've looked at and have other ear training apps but use this one the most because it allows you to train and retry. It also picks up your instrument. So you can train with what you are playing. Great for learning to play by ear. I'm not too crazy about the graphics, but hey, that's just me.

Good app Posted by

I really like this app, it has helped me to learn absolute pitch when no other app really does, and I have actually made progress. One downside that all users of this all should know- it doesn't play through headphones! If they are plugged in, app plays through external speakers anyway.

Works grat! Posted by

I am learning Indian classical music which is largely based on listening. Since I dont have an ear for music, this app has everything I need to train myself. Being able to use a real instrument to answer is a great feature to help me connect with my instrument. Great app. Thanks!

A pocket music teacher Posted by

You need good teachers when learning to play an instrument, this is one of them. Intervals and simple melodies were coming to me within minutes, finally a musical ear :) The mic feature makes this app now a part of my daily piano and guitar practice routine. ++

Good for your ears! Posted by

~Train with the microphone turned on to go through the melodies without touching your iOS device. ~Train with the microphone turned off if you are away from your instrument. ~Customize the melodies and intervals.

Great app Posted by

Really nice eartraining app, best I've used on iPad. If they add harmonic and rhythmic dictation, it will be perfect.

Badly designed by Vonsydov 2012-11-02

I wish the app was better designed. So many little things are problematic. Seriously you guys are using pops? That really kills the flow of the training. One thing is pretty annoying eg. in the pitch trainer is when you get s pitch wrong, it doesn't replay the original pitch..so I forget what it was! So lame.