Auralia and Musition are the tools of choice for music theory and ear training mastery.
With 54 topics and endless customization, Auralia is the most comprehensive ear training software available. All the fundamentals are covered; pitch, intervals, chords, scales, tuning and rhythm. Progress through cadences, rhythm dictation, harmony, jazz progressions and melodic transcription!
Musition is a complete music theory training and practice program, suitable for students of all ages and levels. Become an expert at reading sheet music, recognizing time signatures, notating rhythms, understanding intervals, matching keys signatures and more. Interactive drill-based teaching makes learning music theory fun and easy! Complete with 43 topics, Musition is the ultimate music theory tuition tool.
Now available in a cloud edition for the utmost convenience and flexibility for students, with powerful management and tracking for instructors. Also available in single user and site licenses for the implementation and purchasing plan that fits your program.
Comprehensive Coverage – Contains hundreds of exercises including 43 topics for music theory (Musition) and 43 topics for ear training and aural skills (Auralia). Click the buttons above to explore.
Custom Syllabi – Create a custom syllabus for your course or courses. Include topics and activities which support your curriculum and exclude those that don’t. Within each topic, you control the question types and specifics of each activity at every level. No other music software affords this degree of granular customization.
Multiple Classes and Courses – Like the syllabi customization above, you can also set up separate classes and/or courses. Use this feature to set up and manage multiple sections through all levels of music theory and ear training coursework.
Results & Reports – Auralia and Musition include a robust and comprehensive set of tracking and reporting tools.
Cloud Convenience – Cloud editions are perfect for educational use. Students purchase, install, and do their work in Auralia/Musition on their personal computers. Grades, results, and progress are uploaded to a database accessible by instructors. Additionally, instructors can set up customized tests, levels, and syllabi, then push those settings to students working remotely on their own.