[LAU] a little web based ear training application

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Date: Saturday, November 19, 2011 - 2:39 pm

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I recently discovered this very nice little application
http://www.good-ear.com/servlet/EarTrainer?chap=0&menu=0

It runs well with Firefox on Windows but I have not had any success in
getting any sound from its little built-in player.

I have tried fiddling with the QuickTime plugins, selecting various midi
add-ons, using mozplugger plugin, JACK on/off but no luck so far.

Does anyone have any ideas that I could try to make it play?

Tony

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I recently discovered this very nice little application http://www.good-e=
ar.com/servlet/EarTrainer?chap=3D0&menu=3D0
It runs well wit=
h Firefox on Windows but I have not had any success in getting any sound fr=
om its little built-in player.
I have tried fiddling with the QuickTime plugins, selecting various mid=
i add-ons, using mozplugger plugin, JACK on/off but no luck so far.=
Does anyone have any ideas that I could try to make it play?Tony

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