Corridor is an interactive, game-based music theory and ear training app created by leaders in popular music education.
Our modern music education solution teaches music using the "See it. Hear it. Play it." method:
Visual Recognition. These games help you to recognize musical materials based on how they look on the staff, on an instrument and represented by popular musical symbols.
Aural Recognition. These games engage your ear and help you to recognize music materials based on how they sound.
Practical Application. These games develop your understanding of musical materials by applying them to an instrument.
Created by Leaders in Music Education:
Corridor's co-creators, Jay Fuchs Ph.D. and Dan Musselman Ph.D., have decades of experience in popular music education, performance, and composition.
Ratings and Reviews
No way to contact developer?
Tried that button before writing this review. Doesn’t work. Goes to login screen. Seems to be fairly good content, but not completely built out, yet. There is no way to back out of an exercise and start over without swiping the screen page away and starting over, or completing the exercise. I was hoping to survey the various exercises to determine if I could use for music students. No info or help menu and no way to contact developer to correct errors or make suggestions. It will get a better rating from me if they fix those issues. Until then, waste of time.
Great music theory app
Corridor music cuts through all the confusion around music theory. I like that everything I learn is completely relevant to me as a modern musician and songwriter. Learning music theory by playing games is fun!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.