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This is a great tool for improving one's ear. Some things that would make it even more helpful: A) being able to listen again to a pair of tones before choosing higher or lower (useful if the dog barked at the exact moment the app played them) B) an option to skip past the some of the larger, easier intervals. I tend to run aground discerning a 2% difference between tones. I think it would be great to have an option to start at, say, a 5% difference, instead of always going back to the 100% difference.
As a middle school band director, teaching students to have an ear for intonation and tuning is important. My students love to use the app as a game - the contest is to see which class can score the highest. I love to see them have fun while learning to develop an ear for intonation. Their only concern, so also mine, is the tone generation can be somewhat uncomfortable when the whole class is listening. The team that has created this app should be commended for bringing such a great app to the public, and should make more!
As a middle school band director I use this app to help my students start listening more carefully to fine differences in pitch. It’s very easy to understand and I like the binary choice between higher and lower. Since it resets each time to easier levels, the kids who got lost when we made it to the really fine distinctions are able to rejoin us. InTune really helps them start paying closer attention to pitch.
I enjoy this app and find it helps develop pitch sensitivity. Recent updates have made it more enjoyable because there is less chance of missing due to impulsively hitting the wrong button, and you can also tell how many times you have missed (the previous version required you to track misses in your head). My one complaint is that you can't save your personal best for improvement purposes. All in all it is a great app, and fun to challenge friends with.
I have had fun exposing this app to my students, and trying it for myself! I use it for private or group string lessons, and I have noticed that the students are really paying more attention to pitch as a result. The only thing that I would like to see is an option to replay the two tones. I would highly recommend to all music teachers who are trying to help their kids develop discriminating ears, and for all music students who are trying to improve on intonation!
Off key, off pitch, out of tune – whatever you call it, bad intonation can ruin any performance. That’s why we
made InTune, the only app proven to improve your ability to play in tune. Download InTune to train your ear and make better music!
• Improve your ability to hear what’s in tune
• Add on studio-quality orchestral instrument sounds
• Based on 25 years of academic research
• Compete with your friends via Game Center
• Top 10 music app in 50 countries!
InTune began as a way for researchers to test pitch discrimination, the ability to differentiate pitches that are close together. But then researchers discovered that musicians improved the more often they played – 3x faster than those who didn’t. Download now and see if InTune works for you!
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