From Flat 5 Software:
Looking for ear training software that includes scales and chords for the jazz idiom? Look no further! Beginning ear training students will find that BigEars contains all the basic material they need to know: intervals, triads, and the major scale and all its modes. Those ready for more of an ear training challenge can dig into the entire pallet of scales in BigEars, including all the modes of the harmonic and melodic minor scales and four symmetric scales. Moreover, you'll find modules dedicated to 7th chords, 9th chords and a special module for dominant chords with many extensions and alterations. Free trial includes access to intervals and triads training modules only.
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