Another interesting learning resource site I found this week is memrise. Its main section is on-line language courses, with novel ways of getting you to learn the vocabulary (along with mnemonics, submitted by fellow learners, which may or may not seem useful to you!) but it covers a lot more under Other Topics..
It’s a free sign-up. You do short, timed tests to build your knowledge & can return as often or infrequently as you wish to practice. There is a reasonable Musical Notation section with all manner of items to help your music theory knowledge, such as:
- Chord Spelling - Beginner & Intermediate 1 (learn what notes make up each chord);
- Major Key Signatures & Minor Key Signatures (get to grips with the numbers of sharps or flats in each key);
- Ukulele Chords – Major, Minor, Dominant Sevenths & Minor Sevenths (identify pics of the chords to improve your playing).
You can even add your own quizzes. They seem well laid out, so why not have a go? Let us know in the comments section if you find any particularly useful courses on there.
Other quizzes include: PLUC Weekend Workout – EarMaster Reference Songs For Intervals; PLUC Weekend Workout – On-line Ear Trainer; PLUC Weekend Workout – Speak Ukulele Challenge!; PLUC Weekend Workout – Theta Music Trainer; PLUC Weekend Workout – Flashcard Machine; PLUC Weekend Workout – Music Reading Knowledge; A Question Of Uke – TV & Movie Themes