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Re: ET-999 • The Justinguitar Interval Ear Trainer
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2016, 11:26:43 am »
I've been using this ear trainer and it occurred to me that I would like to have it show the guitar neck turned sideways, so it's oriented like tab. Since I've spent about 500x more time reading tab than reading vertical neck diagrams, I'm way more keyed into seeing the neck that way, so it seems like it would make it easier to apply this interval training to my guitar playing.

So I made a Chrome extension to make it happen. It's really simple; it just has to add a few lines of css.
You can install it for yourself if you go here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/justin-guitar-ear-trainer/pikbgiflkgifljpjoigkjmohempcgpdo

Here's what it looks like:

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Re: ET-999 • The Justinguitar Interval Ear Trainer
« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2016, 09:29:32 am »
Is there a problem with the ear trainer at the moment? I find it really useful and have been unable to use it for the last couple of days. I would buy the app if there was an Android version, which would obviously solve my problem. Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: ET-999 • The Justinguitar Interval Ear Trainer
« Reply #3 on: December 22, 2016, 11:48:38 am »
Is there a problem with the ear trainer at the moment?

Same here. The ear trainer does not seem to load. Perhaps related to the new forum?
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Re: ET-999 • The Justinguitar Interval Ear Trainer
« Reply #4 on: December 27, 2016, 05:07:50 pm »
Is there a problem with the ear trainer at the moment? I find it really useful and have been unable to use it for the last couple of days. I would buy the app if there was an Android version, which would obviously solve my problem. Any help would be appreciated.

I didn't use it until today, it initially just sat there with a white box until I noticed a little shield icon with a red x on the far right of the address bar in my web-browser (Chrome). Clicking this told me the page was using scripts from unauthenticated sources which were blocked for safety and gave me the option to allow them. Then it worked.

Maybe that helps, if it does please post then we can submit a bug report knowing it's the same issue.

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Re: ET-999 • The Justinguitar Interval Ear Trainer
« Reply #5 on: December 28, 2016, 02:31:18 am »
I didn't use it until today, it initially just sat there with a white box until I noticed a little shield icon with a red x on the far right of the address bar in my web-browser (Chrome). Clicking this told me the page was using scripts from unauthenticated sources which were blocked for safety and gave me the option to allow them. Then it worked.

Maybe that helps, if it does please post then we can submit a bug report knowing it's the same issue.

That's definitely it: the ear trainer is non-https being loaded from an https page. Until that's fixed it's easy for us to keep using it by going directly to http://eartrainer.justinguitarcommunity.com/

I kinda like it better this way, it doesn't clutter the screen with all the site navigation.

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Re: ET-999 • The Justinguitar Interval Ear Trainer
« Reply #6 on: September 16, 2017, 01:08:06 am »
Hey everyone and anyone, so I've been using the interval trainer for a while now, and I've got all my ascending intervals down, and all my descending (minus the #4, b6, and b7) and also combined. I've moved onto harmonic intervals and I'm having a rough go at it. Does anyone have any recommendations about bridging this gap? Sometimes it seems I can differentiate and sing the individual pitches and that I can identify the interval, other times I'm just completely off. Currently I've been playing the R - 4 and R - 5 harmonics and attempting to hum them individually, and taking one note off at a time, also playing them staggered, so not completely at the same time. Maybe I'm just impatient, but if anyone has any suggestions I'd love to hear them. Thanks

 

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