Online Ear-Training For Musicians

ToneGym launches      07/08/20

The team behind SoundGym has announced ToneGym, a new ear-training web application that they say uses deep gamification and deliberate practice methods to enable musicians to train, learn, improve skills, and help each other on a journey to musical excellence.

Noam Gingold, SoundGym founder, told us, "The world of music theory education is a very serious one. I think that ToneGym adds new dimensions of fun, effectiveness, and social interaction to spice things up, and turn ear-training into an exciting experience that musicians love."

Here's the details direct from the company...

SoundGym reveals ToneGym, a new ear-training web application that uses deep gamification and deliberate practice methods to help musicians train, learn, improve skills, and unleash their full potential. Members can complete daily workouts, track their progress and analyze their training, learn music theory concepts, deepen their learning with interactive music theory tools, connect with other musicians, compete, and be part of the modern musician community.

Musical gym
ToneGym is a gym for the ears, where each member gets a personalized ear-training program and a daily workout that fits his musical skills. Training sessions are made of ear-training games and music theory exercises that help musicians to develop musical intuition. Playing multi-level musical games members will improve core skills such as interval detection, scale recognition, chord progression, sense of rhythm, and more.

ToneGym is a game!
ToneGym is also a big music theory game that keeps musicians motivated while learning and training. Members can participate in contests, compete with colleagues and friends, pass levels, achieve goals, earn coins, buy virtual goods, and win awards and special prizes.

Progress tracking and training stats
ToneGym helps musicians know their strengths and weaknesses. Members can assess their musical skills, compare scores with others, track their improvement over time, and get detailed statistics about their training process.

Music theory learning programs
Members can enter the free music theory school to study complete musical learning programs and courses, made by educators and experts from free curated content.

Next level interactive music theory tools
Tonegym offers advanced interactive music theory tools such as Chord Analyzer, Progression Generator, and the Interactive Circle of Fifth, for a deeper understanding of music theory concepts.

Modern musician community
ToneGym helps musicians to build deep and meaningful relationships with each other. Members of the community can create professional and niche-specific spaces, discuss music-related topics, share their knowledge, and get advice and inspiration while learning and training.

About SoundGym:
SoundGym empowers musicians, producers, and audio engineers to learn, train, and strive for excellence. Using deliberate practice methods, personalized training, deep gamification, and social interaction, SoundGym creates ecosystems that musicians love to use for personal and professional growth. The first platform 'SoundGym' (same as the company's name) for audio ear-training was released in May 2015 and has reached 350,000 subscribers to date. The second platform 'ToneGym' for music theory and musical ear-training was released in August 2020.

 

Pricing and Availability:
Basic Membership is Free, an account can be created on tonegym.co. Free members get essential training and a limited daily workout.

Pro Membership provides the full training program with all ear-training games, personalized workouts, focused practice, complete statistics, and other premium features. Pro membership costs $13.95/month or $74.95/year.

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