App Review – Ear Training – InTune

Wednesday, 27 February 2013 by

This week’s app review takes a quick look at a new ear training app, InTune.   Developed by cellist and professor of music Daniel Kazez, InTune tests and improves the ability to hear differences in intonation. InTune is very simple, it’s simply a game that plays out with the ability to share your score (just when

March Highlights – The Barbican

Friday, 22 February 2013 by

Enjoy Music – Concert Recommendations for March 2013 The Barbican As usual on Friday, we’re making concert recommendations for the upcoming month.  Let’s see what there is to see at the Barbican in March, shall we? The “big ticket” for the month is most certainly the residency of the Los Angeles Philharmonic mid-month.  You may

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App Review – Music Theory – Nota

Wednesday, 20 February 2013 by

App Review – Nota, a music theory app Tools for learning Music, reviewed by Musiquity This week ‘s app review covers Nota, an app for reviewing key music theory concepts.  Nota is priced at £1.99 and is available for iPad and iPhone.  We reviewed the iPad version. Nota is an app to help with learning to

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Ear Training App review - Right Note

Concert Recommendations Helping you enjoy more music! This week’s concert recommendations return to Kings Place (we’ll have to come up with a catchier name – any suggestions?).   Here are some concerts we really think you’ll enjoy. Starting off on 8 March is the acclaimed Schubert Ensemble with Enescu: Neglected Genius.  Give Enescu a try,

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App Review- Ear Training – Right Note

Wednesday, 13 February 2013 by
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Ear Training App Review – Right Note   Musiquity reviews Right Note, an ear training app  Today we’re reviewing Right Note Ear Trainer, an ear training app for iPhone and iPad. Available in both Lite (free) and Full (£4.99), this app offers a variety of Ear Training exercises covering intervals, pitch recognition and melody training