Interval Chart Generator

Interval Chart Generator

This is one of my favorite little gems for ear training. In my experience, students learn to recognize intervals faster if they can relate them to songs that they know. Personally, I prefer the “NBC” chime for an ascending Major 6th, and “Hey Jude” or the “Star Spangled Banner” for a descending minor 3rd, but what if my student isn’t familiar with those tunes?

IntervalListeningChartThe creators of EarMaster 6 have a great free tool on their website where you can create interval listening charts with your student. They can select which songs they want to use for interval training, fill out the chart, and then you can print them directly from the site. Of course, there are a couple of intervals with very few song choices, but it’s fun to use the “Simpson’s theme song” for a Tritone!

P.S. Young students will appreciate all the up-to-date choices on this site. There’s even a Harry Potter reference for a Perfect 4th!

 

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