Rapid Japanese: The Musical Brain Trainer, a genuine breakthrough and your easy and effective access to the Japanese language.
Earworms MBT is a revolutionary accelerated learning technique that takes the hard work out of learning.
By listening to these specially composed melodies with their rhythmic repetitions of Japanese and English a few times, you pick up over 200 essential words and phrases that will not just be on the tip of your tongue, but will be burned deeply into your long-term memory in next to no time.
If you like music, and want to make rapid progress without any formal knowledge of language learning, Earworms MBT Rapid Japanese is the course for you.
Volume 1 is your survival kit of essential words and phrases to get you by on your trip abroad.
You will feel you are learning within minutes and might just be amazed by how easy acquiring a language can be!
Great tool for learning Japanese when you are on the go. Excellent addition to any other Japanese language program that you are working with.
good idea, bad execution
I wanted to like this. I liked the performers. I like the general idea. But this recording is just shy of being useful. The sound quality (mono!) is mushy. Perhaps, at least, a script to follow along...? Is that, “pomo,” “domo,” “pono...”? I dunno.
Also, this “ear worm” is one track. Even though there are separate “songs,” they are not split. Dumb. Make them many short songs that I can shuffle, add and subtract tracks as I learn...
As for the “song” / “musicality,” it is frustratingly sub-par. Not enough. Symphony of Science shows what could be done. This is far, far less than that. It isn’t annoying. It’s boring. I listened to it a 1.5X and 2X and it was better, but the mushy sound quality is just worse.
So frustrating. A good idea, worthless, lazy execution.
Fun but not so accurate
The music in the background is good. It makes it fun repeating words to the music. But they need to improve the pronunciation. I found a lot of it to be a little off or not going over how to pronounce the words. So it's easy to get words wrong. But over all I like the concept of it.