FAQ

What range of skills does EarStrainer cover?

Everything from music fundamentals through 20th-century tools.

How much does it cost?

EarStrainer is free to use, but we humbly request that you please consider donating to help cover the hosting and bandwidth costs that we incur. We strive to make EarStrainer as accommodating as possible to everyone. Just think - most commercial Ear-Training programs will set you back $100 or more.

If I choose to donate, what forms of payment do you accept?

We accept all major credit/debit cards. All payments are handled securely by PayPal. Thanks for your donation!

What are the benefits of using EarStrainer over any other commercial product?

The main benefits are price and portability. EarStrainer is free. What other major competing program can say that?

Since EarStrainer is accessible over the Internet, students can access it from school, from home, or anywhere else with an Internet connection. Students are not tied to a particular lab or specific computer.

Do I need any special equipment to use EarStrainer?

Nope. All you need is a computer, an Internet-connection, and some speakers or headphones. EarStrainer is designed to run on 99% of all web-accessible computers. You should not need to download or install any special software in order to access EarStrainer. As long as your web browser supports Flash and Javascript (which almost all browsers do), you should be fine.

I'm an instructor of music theory and I am curious if EarStrainer is right for my students. Could you grant me full access to any classes before I recommend them to my students?

Absolutely. EarStrainer was designed by music instructors for music instructors and their students. Instructors always have free access to EarStrainer. Just contact us. Please also see the documentation on Getting Started – Instructors.

Last modified: Monday, 12 August 2013, 1:54 AM