The Benefits

Expert!

Interactive lessons designed by top-tier professional musicians and developers to bring you a state-of-the-art approach to musical instruction.

Variety

Interactive, app-based courses and tools for all levels covering a variety of topics such as melody, harmony, rhythm, and ear training - spanning genres from Classical to Jazz, Blues to Be-Bop, Pop to Gospel.

On-The-Go

The ability to access content and apps from your computer, tablet, or mobile device. Switch back and forth.

Progress

The ability to visually track your progress and see how you've improved over time. You can even see how you stack against others!

Community

Confused about a scale? a chord? a concept? There are people here to help! Either ask a fellow user or send your question directly over to us.

Adaptive

Adaptive apps that respond and change to your unique abilities and learning curve.

The Dodecagon aims to illustrate and teach many musical concepts all on your browser with interactive and adaptive apps. This website is for musicians who want to take their understand ing and ability to compose music to the next level. If you identify with our mission please sign up and keep track of our project for our grand opening.

Choose your Lesson

Chord Identification

Pitch Recognition

Sample Lessons

Since you chose Nothing! as your skill level we've prepared this little sample you can play.

1. Listen

Press "Generate" below and pay close attention to the notes in the chord

2. Guess

Using your superior knowledge, select the intervals that make up the chord you heard

3. Learn

Check your answer here, and if you're incorrect try again

Great job you correctly guessed . It took you and seconds. See how you stacked against others with the graph below.

Oh no, wrong chord! Try again and sign up for The Dodecagon while you're at it!

Sample Lessons

Since you chose Nothing! as your skill level we've prepared this little sample you can play.

1. Listen

Listen carefully and try to match .

2. Guess

Move the slider to change the pitch of the probing signal.

3. Learn

Check to see how closely you matched the original pitch.

Great job you were X cents away from matching the exact pitch.

Not quite! you were X