EarWizard

EarWizard

By Wizdom Music LLC

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2013-07-11
  • Current Version: 1.2.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 172.65 MB
  • Developer: Wizdom Music LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 3
3
From 82 Ratings

Description

Wizdom Music announces EarWizard, created by Jordan Rudess and Felipe Peña. EarWizard trains your ear while improving your memory skills. Repeat back a sequence of chords which gets longer with each round of play. As you improve your skills, the visuals disappear and you will have to depend on your EAR! Start off in EASY mode with only a few chords on screen and with practice, you will ultimately reach the hardest level where you will have seven chords on screen and be playing against the clock! Whether you are a novice or a trained musician, EarWizard will surely keep you entertained and challenged. Features: Three levels - Easy, Normal and Hard Start with three chords in a key and go up to seven! Features fun Jordan videos playing each chord Five different diatonic modes-presented in three keys Endless Mode for continuos play in any level Speed control-Slow to Lightspeed Chart that allows you to hear and see the note spelling of all chords in the selected key Wizardly video rewards Coming soon: Game Center support Additional sounds and more videos

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Reviews

  • EarWizard

    4
    By Htittle6385
    Incorporates a fun way of learning music while exercising memory. Highly recommend. No flashy ads or glitches.
  • 🎸

    2
    By NikaShelby66
    please add the guitar.
  • So close

    2
    By SixStringFool
    As others have mentioned, this is currently just a game of Simon. There should be an option to randomize the key each round (i.e. Play root, then a random progression each time), or at the very least same key but random progression...instead of just adding a chord to the same progression each time. Also, all these instruments and no guitar???
  • Jordan Rudess!!!!?

    5
    By Asoundguy who rides a horse
    Really!? How effin sweet! I had no idea! I'll give it a shot, what the hell. Under a glass moon I would perform a liquid tension experiment that could create a metropolis of the six degrees of inner turbulence. :) And to the bloke who is talking about Simon... Dude, if you knew... If Jordan Rudess says it's good, then you'd better believe.
  • Why wouldn't I get the Simon says game

    1
    By WmPaq
    This is dumb, it's just the Simon says game glorified with chord tones instead of various beeps and colors. I don't see how this could help you in any way musically
  • Just awful

    1
    By Aryafsharm
    A simple app that's using Jordan Rudess' name to charge people for something that many free apps do. The only thing this app does is give you super easy harmonic dictation, or at least that's the impression I got after playing the 3 levels available to play before being asked by Jordan Rudess to pay up. If you are looking for good apps to exercise your ear, and much more, try Earmaster, or musicTheory.org. This is a total rip-off!!!
  • Sweet!

    5
    By RockStarJazzCat
    Rudess breaks new ground in music ed! Biggest thrill out of a few bucks that I've had in awhile. May the downraters not influence any decisions on future development. This is a project worth exploring to the limits of the universe. (Throw in an entire Berklee ear-training degree and I'll gladly pay an extra buck or two. ;-) ) Thanks Jordan, et al!
  • Ugh

    1
    By Music teacher 9546
    Not ear training at all. Just a glorified game of simon. Absolutely useless.
  • I'd Play it...just to see for yourself

    3
    By I hope a non taken nickname!
    I hope i dont have nightmares. The music so beautiful. But the videos and the wizard....
  • Bad

    1
    By Dutfsyjvstk
    Bad because it's expensive. You pay then pay and pay again

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