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ToneGym
Jul 15, 17:26 in ToneGym Official
Congrats @Bassoonman Kenny for winning the Silver Ears Award!
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Jesse Lyons
Jul 15, 18:58
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Colin Aiken
Jul 15, 22:25
Well done!
On level 59 of solfegiator and half the time when I sing a low Ti it says I'm incorrect. I've tried singing it loudly and softly and have had to restart it 3 times. Same result each time. I rarely mess up. I even checked on my piano and I'm singing the correct pitch. Anyone else having this problem?
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Jesse Lyons
Jul 15, 18:11
@Benjamin Yes, all the other syllables were registering correctly.
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Benjamin Jack
Jul 15, 18:12
👍
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Petr Hartmann
Jul 15, 20:58
I also had problems with Solfegiator today. Got failed on every note - and I rarely struggle with this game. Melody Jay went just fine.
How do I cancel my subscription? I have been charged again and no idea how to cancel it. Also had no reply via the email. Thanks, Dan
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Terri Winters
Jul 14
Setting is top menu - right most position. Mine has picture of me. Click that then settings settings, choose plan. Hope that helps.
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Benjamin Jack
Jul 14
@Daniel Potter are you on a phone? I have never seen that menu before. Maybe if you click on your profile picture (if you can see it on your home screen) a dropdown menu should appear, click on where is says account settings, or you could jut sign in on a laptop to find the same thing.
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Daniel Potter
Jul 15, 13:19
Ah it must not have settings on the phone browser version. Thanks I will try on desktop
Congrats @황 순언 for winning the Silver Ears Award!
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Good for you!
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Jesse Lyons
Jul 13
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Colin Aiken
Jul 14
Congrats!
Hey! maybe one of my songs could u like it! listen my music (:

https://open.spotify.com/intl-es/artist/4V9Z21LQqlufSJDrFZ2plV?si=Ls0hgTyGQWWsmgS5ubD-FQ
Congrats @Irina Panteleeva for winning the Silver Ears Award!
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Terri Winters
Jul 13
You did it! Congratulations!
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Good for you!
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Jesse Lyons
Jul 13
ToneGym has motivated me to finally fill my knowledge gaps in music theory knowledge. I picked up my first book on the subject, mainly because it had an audiobook version for running and other activities. I was pleasantly surprised by how engaging it was! I definitely recommend it. Any other suggestions?
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Petr Hartmann
Jul 08
@Igor Is I went for Yamaha reface CP. It is a small standalone (with speakers) AND midi keyboard with beautiful electric and grand piano sounds. As you are saying, guitar is overwhelming enough :) so I went for portability and 'convenience' - you can take it anywhere and don't need anything else.
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Ralph Kolarik
Jul 08
In the Jazz field pretty much anyone that plays any instrument has a keyboard of some type, IMNSHO ;) . Depends on what you want to do with it. I have both a MIDI keyboard that also has sound externally (my grand kids use it on vacation) and i have an 88 weighted keyboard that is MIDI as well. i am a drummer mostly but for writing I use the 88 weighted, then work with a DAW after working ideas through on the 88. Using the weighted is handy to have the full range of the instrument to work through ideas, and if you arrange for other instruments handy to see the ranges and feel them too. I don't use either as a player although i guess i could but not real interested in this currently because my level as a player is so low on the instrument. My main interest for it is writing and discovering. As far as i can tell a use scenario could inform you best possibly.
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Steve Vera
Jul 12
It’s funny how much I learn not just from Tone Gym, but from the comments sections. Thank you all for being so willing to share! As if my queue isn’t deep enough—add three more books for some light, passive reading!