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IntervalPhobia focuses on the recognition of intervals. Multiple choice Ear trainings for intervals from m2nd to major 13th are included in this software. Intervals can be played ascending, descending or mix. We also have software for Chords, Inversions,...

InversionPhobia is an extended version of our ChordPhobia. The software focuses on the recognition of inversions of the triad and seventh chords on Piano or Keyboards. Multiple choice quiz. Inversions can be played in ascending or descending arpeggios, or...

ScalePhobia

ScalePhobia 1.2.2

ScalePhobia focuses on the recognition of scales. Multiple choice Ear trainings for major scale, Minor scales, Modes, Blues Scale, and Pentatonic scales are included in this software. Scales can be played ascending, descending or mix. We also have...

ourTunes

ourTunes 1.3.1

ourTunes is the continuation of several open source projects designed to allow you to browse and download from other people's iTunes music shares. What ourTunes does differently to iTunes is that it connects to every visible host, gets thier music library...

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PianoHead

PianoHead 2.08

This easy-to-use software product teaches fundamental music theory skills in a fun, game-like format. Explore self-paced practice areas for note recognition, scales, intervals and key signatures. A practice-and-play interface helps you learn through...

Guitar Shed

Guitar Shed 2.9.9.5

A fully-integrated set of tools for the guitarist (And other musicians). Tools include a 2 tuners (chromatic and tonal), tablature organizer, chord library, metronome, gig manager, web manager, jam machine, and song jam. Tuners: Choose between 2 separate...

BandAid X

BandAid X 2.0

BandAid is the perfect tool to track activity of bands and musicians. Keep track of gig dates and finances, view contact information, and print lyrics and setlists.What is new in this release: income and expense reporting for each act. customizable...

Music Machine 15 has two options for performance. The first option (satiean) is to play Satie's piece Vexations as it was written, repeating the chord pattern 840 times. The second option (cagean) is based on Satie's Vexations but is also based on Cage's...

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