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Temporary modulations to the mediant and submediant are very common in jazz and popular music. It's important to learn to recognize them when they occur, hear the difference between them and know how to predict them when playing chords by ear.
Can you develop perfect pitch? Can relative pitch be taught? These are big questions, and I have a little answer for you. I hope it's fun and helpful! Let me know what your #PerfectPitchJam is in the comments and on Twitter!
Let's find ways to help you remember your intervals!
Simple 4 note voicings to comp with your rhythm section over a Bb Blues.
I'm very excited to introduce the ChordProg App to you. It makes Ear Training fun, exciting, and even beautiful! Check out the app here, and if you have any questions or issues with the app you can message Jørgen through the facebook page.
Changing keys in the middle of The Star Spangled Banner by accident = BAD. Knowing how to play melodies by ear and transpose them on the spot = GOOD, DESIRABLE, and all around SWEEEEET.
The wonderful, swinging, Rebecca Kilgore is in town and hanging out with me for a few hours before her concert! We will take your requests and answer any questions you might have for us!
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