Easily learn music theory with Sonid, an app for iOS and Android!
Understand how music works!
Sonid is a music education app that allows you to learn music theory in a fun and orderly manner. It is different compared to other applications because it focuses on a single subject at a time. This approach will make your understanding of music expand more naturally and gives you the time to adapt to the new material. Complete Sonid and become a more refined musician.
Sonid is made for beginners and more advanced musicians that would like to broaden their musical horizon.
Free yourself musically!
From the most basic subjects in music theory to very advanced jazz harmony understanding, sonid is the way to go. Start taking classes to learn about naturals, the prime interval or a flat note. Finish your course with playing the most lush maj7#11 chord voicing or melancholic spanish phrygian scale on your instrument. You can learn it all step by step, and it’s all for free!
Read and execercise on any device!
The most complete music theory app around.
Sonid includes a full wikipedia with information and
explanations going from any basic topic like naturals or
sharps and flats to covering everything you want to know about
advanced topics like Cmaj7 or D lydian dominant.
Moreover, the wiki is accessible from anywhere inside the app, even while doing a lesson! If you need even more tutoring, you can check out the forum or tryout any chord and scale in our playground!
Share your progress with your friends!
Unlock more lessons to continue and expand your knowledge about music harmony. Complete classes and lessons and earn experience points to buy badges and compete with your friends in the online leaderboard.
Why learn music theory?
Help your ears play music.
Help your ears to play the right note or chord by understanding which progressions are in a certain key. Or which scale is to be played at a given moment in your song. Make variations of what is to be expected by altering modes. Play moll-dur on the fourth grade or a dominant chord on the third.