Key Note Recognition Voice Ear Training
Key Note Recognition Bundle Contains All Four Levels.
The Bundle gives you all four levels of Key Note Recognition. This includes: Jazz Guitar, Piano, Organ and Voice. It is crucial to work through all four of these levels because they give you progressively more difficult key centers. This will help you immensely when applying ear training to real musical situations.
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Key Note Recognition Voice Ear Training...the next step in building great ears after Ear Training One Note!
Context is the key to success with ear training.
If we look at the bigger picture Key Note Recognition is just another way to do "key center" based ear training. BUT the important thing to start realizing with ear training is you need to do it in many different contexts so that your mind can develop a well rounded ear training sense. This is also why you will notice we have so many differing types of ear training products. We are trying to give your ear training in as many contexts as possible to help your mind see the bigger picture.
Key Note Recognition contains many levels
The keynote recognition series gives you many levels using different instruments and ensemble combinations. This holistic approach helps a musician developed the skills to do your training in real time with real music!!
To play "by ear" a musician must first sense the key of a chord or chord progression.
You must also be able to sense key modulations in order to follow chord progressions that change key. The exercise found in this book is crucial to developing these skills.
Imagine being able to know the key of a song by playing one note on your instrument.
Key Note Recognition will give you the power to follow unfamiliar chord changes and get a quick sense of where keys are changing. This is the first step in developing:
- The ability to follow complicated chord changes.
- The foresight to make informed scale choices.
If you are having a problem following chords, chord progressions or unsure what scale to use by ear, then Key Note Recognition will help you to start solving these problems.
Organize and remember sound based on how you hear it
Organizing and remembering sound based on how you hear it is the real goal of any serious musician. Key Note Recognition brings you another step in this process of gaining that ability. Stop basing your playing on non-musical distinctions such as instrument fingerings, and move more toward remembering and organizing sound based on how you hear it.
A deeper understanding of music
Reacting to music based on how your hear gives you a deeper understanding of, and connection to music. This will also help you to store and retrieve music in your mind from a much more musical place.
Key Note Recognition Voice Ear Training contains five levels for a total of 360 MP3s
The five levels give you a keynote in one of five possible octaves. By testing you on in octaves it greatly enhances your ability to use this ear training technique in real music.
Each of the five levels has 36 exercises that are broken up into three levels. Each of the three levels gains in velocity so that you can build up the ability to get instant recognition.
Listen to excerpts:
- D Minor Key Note Voice Level 3 keynote 0[s3bubbleAudioSingle bucket="media.muse-eek.com" track=" mp3/11_D_minor_KN-C0_Voice_L3.mp3" autoplay="false" download="false" style="plain" preload="auto"/]
- E Major Key Note Voice Level 2 keynote 1[s3bubbleAudioSingle bucket="media.muse-eek.com" track=" mp3/09_E_major_KN-C1_Voice_L2.mp3" autoplay="false" download="false" style="plain" preload="auto"/]
- D Major Key Note Voice Level 3 keynote 2[s3bubbleAudioSingle bucket="media.muse-eek.com" track=" mp3/11_D_major_KN-C2_Voice_L3.mp3" autoplay="false" download="false" style="plain" preload="auto"/]
- A Sharp Major Key Note Voice Level 1 keynote 3[s3bubbleAudioSingle bucket="media.muse-eek.com" track=" mp3/03_ASharp_major_KN-C3_Voice_L1.mp3" autoplay="false" download="false" style="plain" preload="auto"/]
- C Sharp Major Key Note Voice Level 3 keynote 4[s3bubbleAudioSingle bucket="media.muse-eek.com" track=" mp3/06_CSharp_major_KN-C4_Voice_L3.mp3" autoplay="false" download="false" style="plain" preload="auto"/]
It's time to expand your ear training exercises.
Congratulations on passing out of Ear Training One Note! Now that you have started on Key Note Recognition it is time to expand into our Direct Application Series, Melodic and Rhythmic Ear Training.
Don't leave out this crucial step in developing ear training perception. You need to expand your perception through multi types of ear training. The good news is many of these direct application ear training exercises are actually fun! Here is a sampling of recommend books:
- Direct Application Ear Training Volume One
- Secondary Dominants Ear Training Study Complete Book.
- Direct Application CD Volume One Major.
- Direct Application CD Volume One Dorian.
- Two Note Melodic Ear Training Beginning Level with piano.
Remember Bruce Arnold is here to help you through the process.
Now that you are moving into the more advanced levels of Ear Training it is important that you check in every few months so Mr. Arnold can check on your process. It's easy to go off track with the ear training so keep in touch and make sure you are improving at your fastest pace.
As always check out the FAQ they will give you:
- A more complete understanding of the method.
- An insight into the problems and solutions others have had with this ear training.
- Encouragement that you can do this, and that it just takes daily dedication.
Where do I go after I finish Key Note Recognition?
There is a growing list of Key Note Recognition courses. After working through one course is recommended that you proceed to other levels of the Key Note Recognition using different instruments or ensemble combinations. You will find these other levels use different ways to create key centers as well as many other changes that will help you hear better in a real musical context. But once you have worked through one level of the Key Note Recognition you should also start working with Ear Training Two Note Beginning.
- Additional Information
- Digital IBSN: 978-1-59489-594-4
- 15 pages with 360 audio files
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- What people are saying
- I worked for some time with the original Key Note Recognition for piano that only had 24 files. I found it extremely difficult to hear the key center and to hear what the note sounded like against the key center. I find this new expanded Key Note Recognition to be much easier because it starts with a simple triadic cadence. The voices also very pleasant to listen to and the intonation is excellent. I do find the extremely low keynotes to be difficult but I'm getting better each day. I think this whole new concept of having the Key Note Recognition available with multiple instruments and ensemble combinations is quite useful and is helping me to be able to hear music in real time. A. Faulkner.
- I've been working with Bruce Arnold's ear training since 2004. I've also taken Skype lessons with him and although I was working on Two Note Ear Training once Bruce started testing my ability using a guitar I realized that I couldn't do it using the sound of that instrument. Bruce promised to come out with a new series of Key Note Recognition courses where different instruments were used. I'm finding with some levels of the Key Note Recognition Voice I get the correct answers right away but other levels especially when the voice is very high or very low are still difficult for me. I look forward to working with all the Key Note Recognition levels as they are released 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 2 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.
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