We are introducing the “test” mode for 2- and 3-note exercises, that is when you identify several notes played harmonically (at the same time).
This exercise is actually one of the first exercises recommended by David Lucas Burge in his Perfect Pitch Ear Training SuperCourse. He calls it “ear opening drill”.
Since our Perfect Pitch Trainer has a built-in tuner, you can perform this exercise exactly as recommended by David.
The program will play two randomly generated notes. If you are just a beginner, it is easier to start with major and minor thirds. Your goal is to first sing the bottom note, then the top note.
When you do your ear training in this way, we recommend unchecking the option “Wrong octave is considered as an error”.