EarPower v3.0
by Nick Baciu
(Nick Baciu Website)

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Operating System: Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95
File Size: 342 KB
License: (All Shareware software)
License Conditions:

Registration: US$25.00

System Requirements:

Sound Card, Microphone (optional)

Last Updated: 2000-01-01
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Software Description

This program has been designed to be used as a daily routine in improving the natural ear for music. Music students should know how important ear training is for their development. Also experienced professionals still need to stay in shape, especially with the rhythm.

Easy to use, you don't need to waste time "navigating" around. Quickly access the four sections: Melody, Rhythm , Intervals and Harmony, and perform some drills. On the Melody section you can select from the menu an instrument or the microphone for voice training. It works as a daily "pill", a 10 minutes warm -up session is quite enough.

The computer will play random sounds, (melody, rhythm or harmony), and you are supposed to play back what you hear. Use the piano on the screen or select from the menu (Instrument) either guitar or microphone. (This selection has effect only when you are in the melody or harmony section.) Also a MIDI instrument can be used as input at any time, except when the microphone is selected.

Then your response will be evaluated as correct or wrong. If correct - the computer will continue with a next shot, otherwise will wait until you get it right or press the NEW button.

Select the dificculty level yourself - from Beginner up to Excellent - or let the computer measure your skills. For this you should click on the TEST button.

This program will help you determine your musical abilities and improve them.

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.

Congratulations

Great program!

new Computer

I was registering EARPower about two years ago.
But now I got a new Computer, and the Program does not work anymore. So what should I do?

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