The student hears an interval and must choose from (max. 5) possible answers the right one. Or as a dictation: putting the notes in the right place.

To be set by the teacher (on the teachers’ page):
• question (if not filled in, the standard question will be displayed)
• mode of playback:
– one after the other
– simultaneously
– one after the other + simultaneously
• mode of playback if one after the other: ascending, descending or random
• playback speed: very slow / slow / medium / fast
• with or without additives (i.e. “perfect fourth” or just “fourth”)
• number of response options (2 to 5)
• number of questions/number of correct answers (+ minimum % correct answers)
• display/type of question:

– text:


– notes:


– text + notes:


– dictation:


– theory dictation:


Content to be selected by the teacher:


perfect prime, minor second, major second, minor third, major third, perfect fourth, augmented fourth, perfect fifth, minor sixth, major sixth, minor seventh, major seventh, perfect octave, augmented octave, major ninth, minor decime, major decime, perfect undecime, augmented undecime, perfect duodecime