Correctmode you have to find the exact opposite EQ of the random equalisation so they cancel each other out. This time, you can listen to what you are doing, so it's not a blind test like the
Guessmode. The trick here is that you can't go back to hear the original signal once the quiz has started.
Originalsignal. Once you think you are ready, press the
START QUIZbutton to hear the
Mutedoption activated, you won't hear anything and you will see this screen instead:
START QUIZbutton and you will be able to hear the
Originalsignal for the number of seconds you have selected in the :doc:
-12dBthere is a 50% of chance that TrainYourEars will choose
+12dBand a 50% of chance that TrainYourEars will choose
Answer Bandshave appeared on the screen. You will have to use them to select your answer.
Correctmode you have to use those
Answer Bandsto modify the signal and make it sound like the original again. That means you will hear the changes and can keep modifying the signal until you are confident you are hearing a flat (no equalised) signal.
Guessmode, you can't go back to hear the
Orginialsignal. You have to remember how it sounds and try to match that sound. This is the mental effort of this method.
Filter typeor your exercise has more than one band with different
Filter types, you can select here the type of filter you think the answer is.
Filter typeavailable, it will just appear in green.
Q factoror your exercise has more than one band with different
Q factors, you can select here the type of Q factor you think the answer is.
Q factoravailable, it will just appear in green.
Valid Answerand a green checkmark appears above it. At that moment, you will hear its effect on the signal.
Valid Answerdoesn't mean you are right, it only means TrainYourEars will validate it once you click on the
Valid Answer. That means that even if you choose a
Gainyou won't hear it until you choose a
Q factorand the green checkmark appears.
Correctmode you can see the EQ applied by you with the
Answer Bandsin the graphic equaliser.
Valid Answeryou will be hearing only the signal with the random equalisation (blue question mark):
Valid Answer, you will hear that EQ applied to the signal.
Originalagain, it's time to see if you were right or wrong.
Answershave turned orange and
Solutionshave appeared below in blue.
Solutionwith the closest
Answerand above the answer the
Scoreof that match, from 0 to 100.
No-Changeyou will see this symbol in the Solutions section:
Originalsignal, which is flat and doesn't have any EQ applied, you will see two things in the graphic equaliser:
EQ + ANSWERbutton.
EQ + ANSWERbutton and you will hear the
Total Scorewhich appears in the title bar, which means the average score of all the quizzes you have done so far.