intervals tagged posts

ARE YOU MAKING THIS EAR TRAINING MISTAKE? (don’t use interval songs)

EPIC MOMENTS: 0:10 Ignore the normal interval advice

1:11 Musical Association works for exams, but not real music

2:15 Putting musical association to the test (piano montage)

3:43 The ‘Stepping-Stone Method’ (what I use instead)

5:15 My 4 most common stepping-stone patterns

7:21 The 6 intervals that most music is built of

9:18 How to identify bigger intervals

9:59 How to identify descending intervals

11:11 How to learn your intervals this week

12:04 Free ear training resources

LESSONS NOTES / CLARIFICATION: Let me clarify the message of this lesson: 1. ‘Musical Association’ does not work when transcribing normal music, because it’s very hard to recall melody B while listening to melody A.

(Musical Association only works for 2 notes played in isolation – as in some ear training exams) – an...

Read More

HOW TO PRACTICE MUSIC WITHOUT YOUR INSTRUMENT (Everyday Ear Training #1)

Everyday Ear Training is about evidencing you just how much they are able to rule music when you’re away from your tool. So most of the great musicians of all time, they don’t only tradition music when they’re at their tool, in fact most of their practise is done in their daily lives particularly by ear practise, and rewriting music by ear- Julian Bradley now from the Jazz Tutorial YouTube channel. And I just wanted to announce the beginning of a new video serial I’m starting, which is called Daily Ear Training. And I’m gonna be announcing this on YouTube...

Read More