Here is another great site to use for ear training practice:
    under exercises, click on sonic comprehension>>scale degree ET (ear training)
       use the setting button to adjust the level, pitch inventory (notes played) and the range 
    Here are some additional examples from the text:
    1. Identify the key (last sharp is ti, last flat is fa) and find do
    2.  Sing all the solfege without rhythm
    3. Sing the rhythm only 
    (use rhythm syllables or a counting system-and keep a steady pulse on your body)
    4. SAY the solfege in rhythm - do this until you don't stop as you move from one note to the next
    5. Sing a tonic triad (Do-mi-so-do-so-mi-do)
    6.  Sing the example silently in your head (keep a steady pulse on your body)
    7.  Sing the example (keep a steady pulse on your body)
    8.  Check your work by playing the sound file and singing along
    II. click on this to practice some simple sight singing melodies.
    you must have flash player installed to view this link.

Last Modified on December 9, 2016