25 Ear Training Tips
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- 45 Minutes
25 Tips for Developing a Master Musician’s Ear
Have you achieved everything you expected with ear training – or have you hit some roadblocks along the way?
- Can you hear songs and play them in short order – without any sheet music?
- Do you find it easy to jam with others, and immediately HEAR and KNOW what to do?
- Are your on-the-spot improvisations satisfying for you and awesome for others to listen to?
- Can you play what you hear in your head with ease?
If you have NOT YET reached these goals, and if you find yourself STUCK while trying to develop that master musician’s ear … then the “25 Tips for Developing a Master Musician’s Ear” has answers for you.
So how do you go about developing a Master Musician’s Ear, especially if you have limited time to practice?
Maybe you think you just can’t do it because you’re not talented enough.
But maybe you just need the right instructions, encouragement and perspective.
Bruce Arnold has been teaching others how to develop a master musician’s ear for thirty years. In this program, he covers the most common issues that students tend to struggle with.
In “25 Tips for Developing a Master Musician’s Ear” you’ll get answers from friendly, conversational videos that cover not just the usual problems you may encounter, but also ways to break through barriers that you’ve never been able to get beyond.
You’ll receive clear and concise information on how to organize your practicing so that you get the most out of your ear training sessions. This leads to a deeper understanding of practice time in general and the value of structuring it.
Simply put, improving your ear is about building up your memory of sound. The 3 main areas of exercise covered are:
- Listening exercise(s) to become familiar with the sounds you hear from other instruments
- Singing exercise(s) to become familiar with the sounds you hear inside your head
- Applying both listening and singing exercises to real music
These videos will help you:
- Maximize the time you spend practicing ear training
- Understand the mental process of learning ear training
- Break free of common misunderstandings about ear training.
- Realistically chart your own progress with the method presented
Don’t go forward without getting this great tips on how to improve with Ear Training!
Whether you are just starting out, or have been working on ear training for years, “25 Tips for Developing a Master Musician’s Ear” will move you toward true ear mastery, and enjoying all the creativity and communication that this ability unlocks.
Digital IBSN: 978-1-59489-791-7
45 Minutes of Video
Status: In stock, Digital book is available for immediate access.
What people are saying:
Key Note Recognition really threw me for a loop. I was getting 80% on the Ear Training One Note Advanced and suddenly I was down to “O” with Key Note Recognition! I contacted Bruce and he told me that was common. It had to do with my lack of “context.” In other words I was able to do the Ear Training One Note Advanced exercises but I was unable to transfer that knowledge to a related exercise. After 3 weeks I’m doing much better but wow, it was initially quite a shock. I’ve also started working on the Practice Perfect Applied Ear Training and the Direct Application CDs which are a lot of fun. I’m actually spending a lot more time with ear training now because I can do it while I’m improvising with the Practice Perfect Applied Ear Training or the Direct Application CDs Check them out, there are some nice grooves to play over while you are doing ear training. A. Faulkner.
I’ve been working with Mr. Arnold’s ear training since 2004. It’s made a major impact on my ability and I often recommend it to musicians that I meet on the road. I’m working on 3 note ear training now and it’s kicking my butt. Probably the most earth shaking moment for me was when I finally got past Key Note Recognition. That’s when everything really started to make sense to me. I found myself hearing more and more of what people were playing and my playing went to a deeper place. If you feel you just aren’t connecting with music then I would say check out these ear training exercises they have really changed me. J. Holman.
I was stuck in Key Note Recognition for almost a year. Let me tell you this wasn’t fun. Bruce kept my spirits up with the emails but some days where pretty rough. I’m glad I stuck it out I passed on to Two Note Ear Training a few months back and feel a real sense of accomplishment. All my band members have said they feel the ear training really has made a difference in my playing with them. What is cool is it’s not coming from a conscious place, I’m just playing and for some reason I just making better musical choices. I’m assuming it’s the ear training that the only thing I’m really practicing consistently. P. Jacobson.