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Posted by Carlee 
September 23, 2006 05:12PM
Hi, I was wondering it it might be possible to make a drill that can either help strengthen sight singing (by clicking on which syllable shows up on the staff) or one that would help with ear training (by clicking on the syllables of a few notes that are played). The interval drills help a lot with this, but I seem to find it harder to find the syllables names than the interval when singing in a do based minor key or when working with any type of altered syllables.
Michele 'Mike' Murphy
Re: Solfege
January 19, 2008 09:06PM
Don't think so much.
You can do it.
Re: Solfege
February 23, 2008 04:26PM
There is a solfegge syllable drill in the works, as well as more "ear-oriented" drills for intervals, chords, scales etc. that should help out.

Re: Solfege
October 23, 2009 02:46PM
I think a Solfege drill would be great!
Re: Solfege
December 28, 2009 07:21AM
Is this what you're looking for?


You hear a note or a short melody (you choose the length) and you have to find the right place(s) on the staff.

I find it very useful, it has a possibily to replay melody, play tonic and a lot of different levels. I like it a lot :)

Please let me know if it helps!
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