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Tons of Ear Training Exercises. This blog is a continuation of the ear training blogs published in the past 2 weeks. You can find past week’s ear training publications here: Relative Pitch Ear Training Ear Training: 3-Note Patterns With the following list: you have a nice collection of ear training drills that will catapult your … The Ultimate Ear Training Exercises List
Ear Training: Practicing Singing Every Possible 3-Note Interval Combination. This blog is a continuation of last week’s blog on ear training. You can find last week’s blog here: Relative Pitch Ear Training: The Most Important Thing To Work On. Only if you can do everything from last week’s blog up to level, are you ready … 3-Note Pattern Ear Training
Practice Your Ability to Recognize Intervallic Relationships by Ear. I’ve written numerous blogs on the importance of practicing your ear. The huge advantages that come with having a trained ear, are often underestimated. Everything becomes easier when you have a good ear: You learn new songs much more quickly and easily. Memorizing songs becomes a … Relative Pitch Ear Training: The Most Important Thing To Work On.
Writing Songs IS Easy! There is this really cool scene in the movie “Sun City”, where Dave Grohl and Paul McCartney are writing a song together. At some point, during the writing session, Dave blurts out: “Man… I wish it was always that easy!” Paul looks at him, and responds:”… but it always is!” Paul’s … Writing Songs IS Easy!
Songwriting: How To Write Chords To Your Melody Lines! In my guitar and songwriting lessons, students often ask me how they can figure out the chords to their melodies when they are writing a song. While this is a pretty large topic to cover, I can get you on the fast track giving you some … Songwriting: How To Write Chords To Your Melody Lines!