an app to learn and practice music theory in a fun and structured manner!
Sonid is a music education app to help you learn music theory. The app allows you to practice music theory in a fun and orderly manner. It is different in comparison to other applications because you will learn about 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. Sonid is made for beginners and more advanced musicians that would like to broaden their musical horizon. Complete Sonid and become a more refined musician.
With Sonid you can learn everything about music theory, from the most basic subjects to advanced jazz harmony understanding. Start taking classes to learn about naturals, the prime interval and a flat note. Finish your course with playing the most lush maj7#11 chord voicing and the melancholic spanish phrygian scale on your instrument. You can learn it all, step by step, and it’s for free!
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Sonid includes a full wikipedia page with information and explanations about many subjects. It includes basic topics like naturals, sharps and flats, the Cmaj7 chord and a D lydian scale. It also covers more advanced topics like scales and chord degrees with roman numerals, secondary dominants and moll-dur. Moreover, the wikipedia page is accessible from anywhere inside the app. Even while doing a lesson! If you need more tutoring, you can check out the community forum or tryout any chord and scale in our playground!
For those who are keen on making the most out of their learning experience we've created an extension to practice music theory on guitar.
Help your ears to play the right notes and chords by understanding which progressions are in a certain key. Use ear training to know which scale is to be played at a given moment in your song. Make variations of what is to be expected by altering modes. Know when to play moll-dur on the fourth grade or a dominant chord on the third.
Find the right notes at the right time. Build your solo from the ground up and be able to express yourself with passion and rejoice. Use the most basic C major and A minor keys, church modes like G dorian or F lydian and altered scales like D mixolydian #11 to make your phrasing spot on.
Make your playing sound unique by using different versions of chords, or replace them altogether to give a change of colour in your voicings. Substitute Fmaj7 with Dm9 or play an inspiring Amaj9#11 instead of B7 to sound genuine and in control of your instrument.
Composing new melodies and chord progressions will never feel the same after completing the music theory lessons. Express your emotions just the way you want. Explore new realms of music harmonies and take your listeners on a fantastic journey.
Let your fellow musicians know what you expect from them using the correct terminology. This way you will create an open and creative environment to let your songs grow more naturally.
This app made learning musictheory fun and understandable for me! I've shown it to all my friends.
Easy to use and learn music theory with!
Brilliant app for those interested in learning music theory from the beginning! Great interface and easy to use.
The app really managed to make me understand some more complex musical harmonies. Great!
I always had problems with understanding what I was playing but somehow this app made me see what I was missing.
A very user-friendly and motivating app, I learned a lot already!
Your favourite app to learn music theory has now been translated to spanish.
From now on you can use Sonid in your own language!
A community forum to discuss anything music theory related!
An extensive chord library including examples on how to construct and play nearly any chord you can think of.View all chords
You can learn to play and construct the most basic scales or one of the very advanced worldly jazz scales, the choice is yours.View all scales
Start your journey by learning some intervals so you can decipher harder to grasp music harmonies.View all intervals