Audio test

Audio Check

A website offering various tests like

A couple of hearing tests

Earful - Audiophile Hearing Test App

Earful is an app designed to measure and evaluate the lower threshold of hearing across a frequency spectrum.

 

How to listen

How to Listen is a desktop software application developed by the Harman International R&D group for the purpose of training and selecting listeners used in audio product research, development, and testing. The software consists of a number of training exercises where different kinds of timbral, spatial and dynamic distortions commonly found within the recording and audio chains are simulated and added to music.

 

This is a double blind A/B test, which is used to find the lowest distortion level where you can hear a difference between the reproduced sound and the original stimulus.

 

 

Philips Golden Ears training program was designed to develop the listening skills of audio engineers. It consist out of five key attributes: timbre, distortion, spatial impression, bass and loudness.

2016: Looks like Philips has taken down this test

SoundGym

Audio ear training for recording musicians and sound engineers.

Get a daily sound workout, enhance your listening skills, and get better results in the studio.

Tonedeaf

A pretty good test to check for overall pitch perception ability.

The test is purposefully made very hard, so excellent musicians rarely score above 80% correct. Give it a try!

Hearing test on-line - University of New South Wales

A online hearing test that measures the relative sensitivity of your ears at different frequencies. It produces equal loudness contours or hearing curves – the frequency response of your own ears.