Have a go at one or two of our sample tests.
"This will grow exponentially as the product is cool and will gain acceptance among the teachers."Frank Lee / President | Tom Lee Music
"Had I not tried it myself, I would not have believed that learning theory could be made so practical, intuitive & enjoyable. An essential tool for any school or teacher serious about making their theory lessons effective."Jack Thomas / Director | Performers Collective School of Music
"Relative Minor is a step forward for music theory. Combining the fun aspects of gaming will allow music to be more easily accessible among the tech-savvy young and prove to be indispensable for music teachers. I foresee the app to be a game changer in the realm of music development. I highly recommend this app for all music learners and trainers."Charles Lim / Director | Academy of Rock (Singapore)
"This will be a very useful educational tool, and if it’s available on smart phones and devices, I’m sure it will immensely popular with young musicians, and will definitely help advance their skills."Kevyn Gammond | MAS Records
"This is very cool! Gamification is the way of the future for education. I think Relative Minor is completely on the right track with this! I would love to use this to help students in the class room and at home right now! I would definitely recommend this to our instructors and students."Noel Wentworth / Vice President Education/Media | Wentworth Music, Kelowna, BC, Canada
"Relative Minor is the vital next step in the quest to make the theory of music practical and applicable to the modern music student. Students need repetition, instant feedback, interactivity, variation and application to their instrument and this delivers in a really cool way that's sure to appeal to net savvy students."Brad Fuller B. Mus M.Ed | Bassist, Educator, Sydney Australia