Call and Response Ear Training – Play What You Hear

I came across this ear training software a few years ago. I believe this to be one of the best call and response ear training software out there. However, I don’t think very many people know about it.

If you are looking for ear training software to practice playing what you hear, this ear training software does EXACTLY that.

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Essential Ear Training Exercises

The Ear Training Guide – Essential Ear Training Exercises is a collection of 39 essential ear training exercises that aid in the development of obtaining musical fluency.

If you’ve always wanted to be able to play what you hear and hear it before you play it, then read on!

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Chord Tones And How To Learn To Hear Them

Chord tones are the essential tones in any chord that must be emphasized during your melodic solos, in order to outline the harmonic structure of the song.

If you can hear chord tones effortlessly, your ability to improvise over any set of chord changes magnifies… and you won’t be relying on the rhythm section to play those chord changes for you in order to sound good!

Harness the advantage of hearing chord tones by practicing with these 72 ear training mp3 tracks.

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How To Apply Ear Training

Here is an ear training question that also happens to be a common question that is asked by many of my students:

Hi Posido,

A little advice please.. I’ve been using your MP3s to and from work everyday for about 2 months. I’ve got to the stage where I’m pretty much 100% unless I’m distracted or lose concentration… The question is, what do I do now??

I’m a keyboard player and would like this new skill to help me pick out melodies accurately by ear, and also to help me hear the root note of the next chord. However, I’m stuck in my age old trial and error method. Any ideas??


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Chord Triads And How To Hear The Foundation Of All Chords

Almost all complex chords can be built from a combination of one or more basic chord triads.

Hear chord triads and you can unlock the key to hearing and recognizing any complex chord!

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Perfect Pitch Ear Training And Where To Look First

Every now and then you’ll come across a musician that cares about learning to develop absolute pitch (also known as perfect pitch).

It would be a rare find to actually meet a musician or find one on the internet that has demonstrated proof of developing their talent and actually credit that development to any particular perfect pitch ear training method or course.

Before you drop the big bucks in hopes to develop this skill, you may want to check this free information first!

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Slow and Steady Wins the Race… At least When Ear Training

This ear training tip is similar to the lesson that can be learned in one of Aesop’s fables, The Tortoise and the Hare.

Practicing ear training 15 minutes a day will yield more noticeable and permanent results, than practicing ear training for an hour and a half once a week.

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