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The Ultimate Ear Training Exercises List

Tons of Ear Training Exercises. This blog is a continuation from the ear training blogs published in past 2 weeks. You can find past week’s ear training publications here: Relative Pitch Ear Training Ear Training: 3-Note Patterns With following list: you have a nice collection of ear training drills that will catapult your hearing abilities
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3-Note Pattern Ear Training

Ear Training: Practicing Singing Every Possible 3-Note Interval Combination. This blog is a continuation from 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
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Songwriting Part 3: Some Scale And Chord Theory.

The Major Scale If you want to read the preceding 2 songwriting lessons, you can do so here when you click on following titles: How To Write Chords To Your Melodies and Fretboard Mastery for Better Songwriting. Some important theory to memorize. The most commonly used scale in our music is called the major scale.
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Inspiring Thoughts About Musicians. (By David Ackert, LA Times)

“Musicians are some of the most driven, courageous people on the face of the earth. They deal with more day-to-day rejection in one year than most people do in a lifetime. Every day, they face the financial challenge of living a freelance lifestyle, the disrespect of people who think they should get real jobs, and
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The Top 10 books Every Guitar Student Should Read

Playing guitar is a journey into self-awareness and self-mastery. A guitar-player, who looks at music passionately, sees his instrument as more than a tool that produces sound. Yet, it is the musician who is the instrument; the guitar IS just the tool. Your guitar is an extension of you, but it is you who is
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