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Practice Perfect Applied Slash Chord Ear Training V1

Exercises for Applied Slash Chord Ear Training V1

Practice Perfect Applied Applied Slash Chord Ear Training V1

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Background Information for Practice Perfect Applied Applied Slash Chord Ear Training V1

Practice Perfect Applied Slash Chord Ear Training V1 is the beginning of a series of courses to help you hear and understand slash chords. Slash chords are usually 4 note structures where there are 3 notes on the top of the voicing that form either a Major, Minor, Diminished or Augmented Triad and then a bass note is added below this structure. They are written with a slash between the upper structure and the bass note. i.e. D/C is a D triad with a C in the bass. These chords are used extensively in pop, rock, R&B and jazz. Most people are aware of these chords from bands like Steely Dan and Stevie Wonder.

Specific Info on Practice Perfect Applied Applied Slash Chord Ear Training V1

Practice Perfect Applied Slash Chord Ear Training V1 covers the slash chords that can be derived from a C Major Scale. While this might seem like only a few possible chords, that is far from the truth. You can take the diatonic chords of C: C major, D minor, E minor, F major, G major, A minor and B diminished at put all these chords over C, D, E, F, G, A and B bass notes. That is a lot of different chords and is a great place to start to learn slash chords because most of you play songs with the typical diatonic chords so you can immediately start replacing these chords with the slash chords. Listen to the examples below, they are beautiful sounds, get this book and start using these sounds in your playing. Most slash chords are easy to play on a piano or guitar. If you are a composer then you can immediately start putting these chords into your new compositions.

What is Practice Perfect?

The Practice Perfect Applied Slash Chord Ear Training Series of books provides multiple ways for a musician to hone their ear training skills through exercises that use real music. That is, these exercises place a musician in a real live music situation simulating the contexts most associated with performance.

If you are new to the Practice Perfect Applied Jazz Ear Training Series of books. We recommend you first work with both the Ear Training One Note Complete and Contextual Ear Training Course. These will help you to hear notes within a key center which is the entire approach to our ear training courses.

The Applied Slash Chord Ear Training Series includes the following kinds of exercises:

  • Examples of common chord progressions found in the jazz lexicon with Piano, Bass and Drums. Both interpreted and semi-strict interpretations are included.
  • Exercises where you only hear the bass playing the chord changes while you are prompted to sing or guess notes within the key center.
  • Just the piano playing the changes, with or without a key center drone and then prompted to sing or guess notes within the key center.

This course is structured for beginning to advanced students. Slash Chord can vary from simple to highly complex in this volume only slash chords that are derived from a Major scale are use. This helps a student get use to these highly common structures without introducing other types of structures that can complicate the learning process.

Additional Materials found in the Applied Slash Chord Ear Training Course

This course also contains the exercises above as well as a video for each chord progression



Examples of the Audio Tracks Found on Practice Perfect Slash Chord Standard Ear Training Volume One


Keep in mind that for each exercise there are either a Soprano, Alto and Tenor voice used sing the answer. There are 180 exercises found in this course. A total of 10 common jazz standard chord progressions are presented. There are various examples of all three of these below:


Excerpts from Practice Perfect Applied Jazz Standard Ear Training Volume One

Progression plays a brief drone during the count off to establish the key center. There are 10 common jazz standard chord progressions presented below. See if you can guess which tune it is! :) Each chord progression gives you 12 listening and 12 singing exercises. You will find one of these examples for each of the 10 chord progressions below:


  • Listening Exercise with Long Pauses
  • Listening Exercise Drone with No Bass Medium Pauses
  • Singing Exercise with Soprano Voice
  • Singing Exercise with Tenor Voice
  • Singing Exercise Drone No Bass Tenor Voice
  • Listening Exercise Drone with No Bass Short Pauses
  • Singing Exercise With Alto Voice
  • Listening Exercise with long Pauses
  • Listening Exercise with Medium Pauses
  • Listening Exercise with Long Pauses


Get Practice Perfect Applied Slash Chord Ear Training Volume One Today!



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Additional Information for Practice Perfect Applied Slash Chord Ear Training Volume One:


  • ISBN: 978-1-59489-315-5
  • 9 page PDF giving ideas and suggestions for practice as well as explanation of how slash chords are commonly used.
  • Singing and Listening MP3s 180 in Total
  • 10 Videos


What people are saying:


One area where I felt Muse Eek could do a better job is explaining the use of slash chords. The PDF that accompanies this course is an excellent tutorial on how to hear and improvise over slash chords. That said, I’m really enjoying improvising over these chord progressions. I’m glad they made each track long so that I can keep going for a long time. THANKS!! E. Lee


I’ve always had trouble with slash chords. Both understanding and hearing them. This is an excellent course for me because it starts out easy with diatonic related slash chords. I’m already within a week starting to hear these structures! I. Anders


There is one paragraph in this book that completely blew my mind. It’s the explanation of why you don’t want to learn to hear the structure of common chords. Why? Because they all sound different within a key center. So simple yet so profound! A. Blake


I’ve been working on the Practice Perfect Classical Ear Training and the Practice Perfect Rock Ear Training Courses. This is exactly the type of course I needed because I really want to understand the music of Steely Dan and others who use these slash chords throughout their music. K. Cleaver


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