Pick the solfege scale degree you hear. Faster answers earn more points, but wrong answers deduct points. Can you keep up with the increasing tempo? The game ends when you miss three in a row.
Much like the classic electronic game, you repeat a melody that increases in length and tempo with each correct answer. Instead of just four buttons, though, this Simon game uses a diatonic scale!
Identify melodic and harmonic intervals. How many consecutive prompts can you name correctly? This game learns your strengths and weaknesses, so the longer you play, the harder it gets.
Test your pitch memory by identifying the note you hear. Faster answers earn more points, but wrong answers deduct points. The game ends when you miss three in a row.
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