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Holographic Ear Training

Hey all. Just thought I would mention that I recently published MusiColor - the world's first holographic ear training application. :smile: It's based on the concept of pitch-color synesthesia and is my personal experiment to see if I can improve my ear and have fun while doing it.

As of today, you can train yourself of scales (all of the church modes plus whole tone and chromatic scales) and intervals (minor 2nd through major 9th).

If people find it useful / interesting / fun, I have some ideas on where I can take it.



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