Quiztones update – Audiofile Engineering go to ‘all in’ pricing model for their ear training app

Audiofile Engineering's Quiztones app has been around on the App Store since 2011 and I first took a look at it in August 2012. As the title suggests, Quiztones is an app for testing your musical knowledge. However, before you start to think ‘I’ll name that tune in three….’ the testing here is focused on your ability to identify frequencies. Now, while this might sound about as interesting as watching paint dry, it you do any serious amount of mixing, the ability to identify which frequencies … [Read more...]

Quiztones update – Audiofile Engineering bring some tweaks to their ear training app

Audiofile Engineering's Quiztones app has been around on the App Store since 2011 and I first took a look at it in August 2012. As the title suggests, Quiztones is an app for testing your musical knowledge. However, before you start to think ‘I’ll name that tune in three….’ the testing here is focused on your ability to identify frequencies. Now, while this might sound about as interesting as watching paint dry, it you do any serious amount of mixing, the ability to identify which frequencies … [Read more...]

Quiztones update – Audiofile Engineering bring a new look to their ear training app for musicians and audio engineers

Audiofile Engineering's Quiztones app has been around on the App Store since 2011 and I first took a look at it in August 2012. As the title suggests, Quiztones is an app for testing your musical knowledge. However, before you start to think ‘I’ll name that tune in three….’ the testing here is focused on your ability to identify frequencies. Now, while this might sound about as interesting as watching paint dry, it you do any serious amount of mixing, the ability to identify which frequencies … [Read more...]

hearEQ review – EQ ear-training app from Ten Kettles

While iOS music apps tend to be things that allow you to make, record or manipulate sound, there are also a good crop of ‘utility’ apps available via the iTunes App Store that are aimed at musicians. These might fall into a number of types but one category would be instructional apps. For example, I’ve looked at apps such as Chordology (a chord dictionary), TempoTeacher (I’ll let you guess), Jamn (music theory), Sing inTuna (ah!), Erol Singer’s Studio (voice training), SongSheet (mobile song … [Read more...]

Music app review – Quiztones from Audiofile Engineering

A couple of weeks ago, I looked at Audiofile Engineering’s FiRe 2 field recorder music app for the iPhone, iPod and iPad and that got a definite thumbs up for recording tasks such as capturing a quick musical idea, recording an audio presentation/lecture or creating a podcast. Audiofile Engineering also develop other music/audio related apps and one other interesting title in their range is Quiztones. While this is not strictly a ‘music making’ app, like other titles such as Guitar Toolkit or … [Read more...]