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Postby DoubleR217 » Jun 16, 2011 1:13 am

You can reveal or you can't reveal what your plans are In detail?

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Postby Hans » Jun 16, 2011 1:16 am

Can't ;-)

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Export to Mp3 would be great

Postby BavarianMum » Aug 05, 2011 7:42 am

Hi,
I'ld like to produce practicing material to a special topic I can download to my mp3 player.
Is that possible (e.g. as output option in a customized exercise) within the program?

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Postby Quentin » Aug 09, 2011 3:07 am

This is not a feature available in EarMaster, but it can be easily done by recording a training session and clicking on NEW QUESTION (or use F5) in order to trigger new intervals.
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Postby -Bruno- » Aug 31, 2011 8:32 am

Hi!

V6 is still planned for the end of 2011?
Can't wait to see the new version :-D

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Postby Quentin » Sep 01, 2011 12:36 am

Hi,
It has been delayed, so it won't be ready this year unfortunately, but the devs are really getting things sped up now.
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Postby saxmaam » Sep 26, 2011 9:12 am

This may have been suggested already.

I would like to be able to do ALL exercises using the computer keyboard (no mouse). It's really slow to have to use both mouse and computer keyboard, which keeps the activity from being a "flow" activity.

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Postby Quentin » Sep 27, 2011 1:33 am

There are keyboard shortcuts for most functions. You will find an overview of the available combinations/keys to use in the HELP menu of EarMaster.
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Postby Manuel » Sep 27, 2011 8:02 am

I Just bought this emp 5 version online at a shop , but now i see that there is coming out a 6 version in a short time???
i will get my licence key in 3 days , but do i need to pay for for version 6??

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Postby saxmaam » Sep 27, 2011 8:12 am

Quentin wrote:There are keyboard shortcuts for most functions. You will find an overview of the available combinations/keys to use in the HELP menu of EarMaster.
Specifically, I'd like to

(1) answer multiple choice questions with keyboard. EG Interval Indenfication, Chord Identification, Chord Progressions

I might come back with more on this ... I think I'm forgetting something.

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Postby Quentin » Sep 28, 2011 3:37 am

@Manuel
EarMaster 6 has been heavily delayed since it was first mentioned, so it will not be ready before a long time.

@saxmaam
You can use shortcuts with interval ID and chord ID, but unfortunately not with chord Progressions.
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Postby Manuel » Sep 28, 2011 11:21 am

Ok thank you quentin , i saw such a post before but that was dated in 2007.
anyway thanks for the reply. I can't wait to get my copy

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Postby Flanger » Sep 30, 2011 2:32 pm

Just to put is at the right spot; I didn't notice this good thread before :red: ...
Flanger wrote:Hi everyone,

I've been using ear master 5's interval training for years now and
I'm satisfied with it. In the course of the years there are just a few things
crossing my mind, which could be better:

1. and most important point - interval combinations:
It would be great, if you also could adjust the number of tones
in the interval training, so that for instance you not always have 2
tones, but also are confronted with 3 or 4 in a row, of which you have
to type in the intervals then. So, for example:
You hear 3 totally random tones -> 1st to 2nd tone is a major second
(upward), 2nd to 3rd tone is a minor third (downward) - and this is
what the listener has to type in with the interval buttons...
That would greatly extend this exercise; it would be much deeper in
terms or quality and much more varied in terms of quantity.

2. Hot keys for interval buttons:
The benefit of this would be, that you can do exercises in the dark and
don't need your monitor to be on meanwhile. This number group at
the right of the PC-keyboard would be good for these hot keys.
So, you have one half second to type in the interval by the number of
half tone steps; for an octave you have to type in "1" followed by "2"
within a half second; if you are too slow, the program will count the
input as a minor second ("1") only or eventually - in case you've incorporated
the above mentioned point - a minor second followed by a major second.

3. Original tone playback in flac-format:
Currently tones are in midi, which is okay, but I think it would be much
better, if the tone playback is an original playback in lossless codec.
The whole sound would be just more authentic and natural.

4. tone playback with effects:
Another great feature would be, if one can adjust, if the tone is played
clear or with effects. I know that there are also distorsion tones integreated,
but they are integrated as a new instrument. I firstly mean, to
be able to extent every instrument with effects via options, and secondly
more effects; not just distortion, but also tremolo, flanger, chorus,
phaser, delay, reverb, etc. the whole effect palette.


Greetings,
Flanger

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Postby saxmaam » Oct 05, 2011 7:37 am

Rhythmic dictation - Can we have a key on the numeric keypad that will change a rest to a note of the same duration and vice versa? In other words, a toggle between note and rest. I know I can use the eraser, but it would flow better if I had a toggle.

Thanks!

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Postby Quentin » Oct 06, 2011 12:35 am

NUM 0 is toggling between note and rest of equal value. Unless you were referring to toggling note/rest after a value has been inserted, in which case however I am not sure how that could be implemented as there is no cursor to specify a space on the staff.
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