Corridor is an interactive, game-based music theory and ear training app created by leaders in popular music education.
Premium subscribers and students can now learn the language of music using a guitar as well as a keyboard.
Our entire program has now been adapted to the guitar fretboard. Learn music theory through guitar application using real-world chord voicings and scale patterns.
We've partnered with Zivix, the creators of the jamstik+, to bring you the best classroom experience for guitar. Apply all of Corridor's lessons interactively on a physical instrument with real strings and frets!
Visual Recognition. These games help you to recognize musical materials based on how they look on the staff, on an instrument and represented by popular musical symbols.
Aural Recognition. These games engage your ear and help you to recognize music materials based on how they sound.
Practical Application. These games develop your understanding of musical materials by applying them to an instrument.
With a school subscription, Corridor allows classroom instructors to monitor and assess their students' progress.
Corridor's co-creators, Jay Fuchs Ph.D. and Dan Musselman Ph.D., have decades of experience in popular music education, performance, and composition.
What to learn more? Check out this blog article about Corridor's creators.