Join GitHub today
GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.Sign up
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
|Type||Name||Latest commit message||Commit time|
|Failed to load latest commit information.|
Ear training application for II-V-I progressions used in jazz. This is a primitive http5/js application, currently hosted at: http://users.itia.ntua.gr/soulman/eartraining/ Which was very useful for my jazz studies :-). Hope it may be of general usefulness / interest and can help you as well. Chords voicing is up to the 7th, see VOICINGS file for more info. Piano recorded is a typical 108cm YAMAHA console, a very common type found in many conservatories, in a good tuning shape. Recorded with a XY mic setup, 0.5m above the top of the piano and 1.2m far away, to get some "room" sound as well. Top lid in a semi-open position. Installation ------------ Checkout repository or just copy index.html and eartraining.js in a directory. Copy also the contents of `static` folder. Create a `media` directory and unzip the contents of media.zip. media.zip can be downloaded from: http://users.itia.ntua.gr/soulman/eartraining/media.zip e.g. . ├── eartraining.js ├── index.html ├── static │ └── img │ ├── .............. ├── media │ ├── 3notes │ │ ├── a │ │ │ ├── .............. │ │ └── b │ │ ├── .............. │ └── 6notes │ ├── a │ │ ├── .............. │ └── b │ ├── .............. You may copy files to use the application locally or host it in some server, it is a client application, requires no server backend. Thanks - credits ---------------- Special thanks to my piano teacher George Micros for his artistic and technical attribution and consultancy and for inspiring me to create new computer and musical projects :-) Great thanks to my colleague George Vlachos for his invaluable advices on visual interface and html / css / js coding. License - copyright - contact ----------------------------- Software code (js) / html provided with the MIT License (see LICENSE file). Media (sound files) and images provided with the Creative Commons license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Copyright (c) 2017 Stefanos Kozanis <email@example.com> https://skozan.wordpress.com/ PGP key id: 1A5C808D