Ever worried that you might be TONE DEAF? This app will tell you for sure - in just a few minutes!
The Tone Deaf Test app for iPhone and iPad is based on the highly successful website ToneDeafTest.com - where over 500,000 people have discovered that they are *not* in fact tone deaf as they once believed! The test has been featured on sites like Geekosystem, Neatorama, Laughing Squid, The Fretboard, and Loop Insight, and here's what users have been saying:
"Despite what my school music teacher said, I'm not tone deaf!"
"Thank goodness. I was worried. I'm not tone deaf!"
"My jr hi violin teacher told me I was nearly tone deaf. Ha. 100% Not tone deaf."
"Great game! thanks guys!"
"Hurrah! I'm not tone deaf! I scored 100% on Tone Deaf Test - Alas, now I have no excuse for my terrible singing."
Many people worry that they might be tone deaf - including musicians...
Have you ever experienced:
• A teacher or friend told you music isn't for you - that you are "tone deaf"
• You sing your favourite song and somebody tells you you're "out of tune"
• You just don't seem to hear the detail in music that other people do...?
If any of these are familiar to you, you've probably wondered:
- Is there something wrong with my ears?
- Am I just not a "musical" person?
The Tone Deaf Test app is designed by music education company Easy Ear Training to help you find out for certain whether you are in fact tone deaf - in just a few minutes!
The app includes:
• A fun and easy 3-minute interactive quiz which determines whether you are tone deaf or not
• Detailed information about what "tone deafness" truly is - and what it isn't!
• Tips, tricks and guidance for learning to sing reliably in tune.
• Easy sharing so you can tell your friends that you are not tone deaf - and you've proved it.
• Recommended next steps if you pass the test and want to explore the world of music-making
More user comments about the Tone Deaf Test:
"Great site. Glad to know I'm not tone deaf!"
"That was a blast. Good job!"
"For years I've been told by music people that I'm tone deaf, your test says I scored 94% and am not tone deaf."
"Yay! I got 100%! :D"
"Thanks for letting me find out that I'm not tone deaf! I thought I was."
"This is great. Can't wait to make my wife try it."
If you've ever felt left out the world of music... Or worried that you're "not musical"... Or felt terrible when someone tells you that you "can't sing", are "out of tune" or are simply "tone deaf" - don't wait any longer.
Because if you aren't tone deaf... Well then the whole world of music is waiting for you!
Download the free Tone Deaf Test app now and find out once and for all.
Bug fixes and updates for compatibility with latest iOS and devices.
Ratings and Reviews
Concerned Choir Director
I love the premise of this app. It can be very difficult to test a student's ear individually in the choral classroom. I do, however, take issue with the words "You might be tone deaf..." scrawled across the screen if a student does poorly on their test. I went back to see what happened if somebody did poorly and was disappointed to see that instead of encouraging the candidate to practice ans try again, the app instantly reinforces the belief that the candidate is already tone deaf. I would love to use this with my students, but don't want them thinking they are tone deaf if they test poorly.
Not Tone deaf, although I sing like I am.
I got 100% on this test 12/12 in all three sections. I think my singing is beyond help. I do play guitar, and when I play with my friends I am the only one who doesn't even sing backup vocals. However, I can hear a song and play it on my guitar, I don't think someone who's tone deaf could play by ear.
Had to know
I played instruments when I was younger, but could never sing. People throw around the term "tone deaf" so freely that I started wondering if maybe I was. Especially since it's been so long. Scored a perfect 100 and has removed doubt, so I can go forward with training to sing.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.