Chord Recognition Game

Test your chords recognition skills and improve your ear

chords recognition ear training game

Want to improve your musical ear and improvisation skills? With this free Chords Recognition Game you can practice chords recognition on plenty of different kinds of chord (major, minor, augmented and half-diminished chords; minor seventh, major seventh, dominant, altered and diminished chords).

The difficult of the game increases gradually, starting from major and minor triads and eventually testing you with all the different kinds of seventh chords. You should guess as much as possible right chord types in a given time (100 second). Your final score will appear in the leaderboard. The more right questions you get, the higher you'll be on the leaderboard.

Being able to recognize the chord quality you're playing over is a fundamental skill for musical improvisation. By playing this game on a daily basis you should be able to recognize chord kinds instinctively, and become a better improviser and guitarist.

  • Check the Guitar Ear Training main page for more resources, mp3 training sets and other useful software and games.
  • Click here to see the Chords Recognition Game All Time Leaderboard

Step-by-step Complete Courses:

Best online guitar lessons guide Check out the new guide for the best online guitar lessons. Everything you need to know about guitar learning systems, instructors and practice strategies. Free video lessons included. Find the lessons for you here

About the author

fachords ceo Hi there! I'm Gianca, a guitar teacher and a software engineer from Italy. I originally created this site to be a tool for my students, and now it's available, for free, to anyone looking to get better at guitar. To stay updated on new articles and lessons click here

Please help us! Share this site with your friends:

Sharing is a great way to support this site, and doesn't cost anything to you. More sharing, more guitar lovers, ideas, lessons and software tools. Just click on the buttons below. Thank you!

Any questions or thoughts? Post a comment below: