Here's a list of exercises available in this software. All the exercises are customizable,
allowing you to select which notes, scales, chords, and intervals to work on.
Theory Exercises: These exercises are designed to practice the basic theory, but
always focusing on a practical approach.
Intervals: You are asked to select the correct interval of a note. An example
question: Which is the Perfect fifth of G, in which case you
should select D from the list.
You can select if you want to work with ascending or descending intervals (or both).
Exercise 1: You are asked to list the notes that
belong to a given scale (for example C Major). Enharmonic notes are
considered the same (focusing on a more practical approach).
Exercise 2: You are given the notes that form a
scale, and you must answer which scale it is.
1: You are given a list of chords, and you must
answer to which keys these chords belong.
Fretboard exercises: Use these to learn the notes on the fretboard.
Exercise 1: In this exercise, you are asked to locate a note on the fretboard.
Exercise 2: A fret is highlighted on the fretboard, and you must answer which
note it is
Exercise with Guitar: In this exercise, you are asked to locate a note on the fretboard. You must answer by playing the note on your guitar.
Ear training exercises: Use this to train your ear. Again, always focusing on a practical
Intervals: Two notes are played, and you must answer the interval between
them. Only ascending intervals targeted in this exercise.
Chords recognition: A chord is played, and you must answer what type of chord it is
(Major, minor, etc).
Scales: A scale is played in one octave. You must answer which scale it is.
This exercise is designed for people interested in learning scale modes.
Keys: A key is selected, and chords of this key are played. You must
answer which chord is played. You can always play the tonic of the key, to help
you locate the chord inside the key.
Absolute pitch: Use these exercises to help you memorize the pitch of certain notes.
notes: A note is played on the fretboard, and you
must click on the fret that was played. This exercise is useful to learn the
pitch of the open strings.
Fretboard notes - With Guitar: A note is played on the fretboard. You must play the same note on your guitar.
This exercise is useful to learn the pitch of the open strings.