Every established and aspiring musician knows how important it is to develop the skill of playing just by listening, without the help of any “sheet music” such as Tabs or Notations. It is also a known fact that to attain this ability, is certainly no walk in the park as it requires years of practice and devotion to get there. But if you are one of those who wish to make it relatively quicker as far as attaining that peak is concerned, you will definitely need a guide who can privilege you by showing the right path for this. Auralia for Windows 22.214.171.124 is such an ear training software that musicians of all experience and expertise levels can utilize for getting into the next level.
Auralia for Windows 126.96.36.199, with its Blue and White interface is certainly blessed with quite an amazing look. The controls located at the top of the window are also pretty simple to use. This ear training software carries a wide range of lessons on 41 topics with multiple thousands of questions. These lessons are not genre-specific. They cover some pretty basic staffs like Intervals, Scales, Chords, Rhythm to more advanced topics like Jazz Progression, speed-building etc. Each of these topics has been carefully divided into multiple levels starting from easy and gradually advancing towards more complicated aspects. The “interactive professor” guides you throughout your progression through these levels. However, it will be wrong to assume the product to be just another drilling program, as the lessons it includes contain extensive illustration, detailed concepts as well as carefully chosen musical examples. You can also customize the topics by giving inputs what approach you are looking forward to adopt in your musical quest. The points you score in each of the topics are constantly stored and updated, thus allowing you to review your performance every now and then.
With all these impressive features, Auralia for Windows 188.8.131.52 is definitely the way to go for if you are seriously considering taking your musical ability to the next level. Hence it gets a score of four and a half rating points on the scale of five.