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Free Ear Training Tool

The distances between notes are called intervals.Here's how to recognize them just by listening.

Your ear is your most important instrument.

Whether you're a professional musician or an aspiring artist, it's the most valuable thing you have when it comes to creating music. It doesn't matter how many years of playing experience you have, how expensive your piano is, or even how skilled your fingers are on the keys. If you can't hear what you want to play, nothing else matters.

One of the most popular ear training methods is to identify intervals by association with songs.

Pick the song you recognize most for each ascending interval and descending interval.

Then press the "Make my chart" at the bottom to render your custom-designed intervals chart for saving, sharing or printing.

Pick the most recognizable song for every interval, going up and down


Reserve a spot to become one of 100 beta testers for my upcoming video courses:

  • Beginner Piano Master the fundamentals you need to get started, build your own practice plan and develop a repertoire in just three weeks.
  • How to Play by Ear – Discover the trade secrets of ear players and start playing music just by hearing it. (pre-requisite: knowledge of all 12 major scales)
  • Play Jazz Piano – Learn how to play jazz standards and voice complex chords as you delve into the traditions of improvisation and swing in this unique American art form

See anything we missed?

Let me know if there's a song you think should be included in the Free Ear Training Tool