Have you ever wanted to hear a song on the radio and be able to easily pick it apart on the piano?
Is it hard to hear all the components of a song, such as chords, melody, and the bass?
Allow us to give you the tools to learn how to listen to a song and play it on the piano with ease...
Introducing my Ear Training Beginner Course (For Piano)
In this Ear Training Beginner Course, I get granular with teaching you the ultimate basics on how to approach piano by ear. You'll learn:
- How to pick out basic melodies in any key;
- How to recognize skips, steps, leaps, key changes in notes, and how to copy those changes on the piano
- How to hear key differences in major and minor scales;
- How to hear the difference between a major and minor triad (3-note chord)
- How to hear the difference between four-note chords used in multiple genres
By the time you finish this easy Ear Training Beginner Course, you'll be able to:
- Hear a melody in a song and be able to pick it apart in your head and on the piano
- Relay what you hear in basic melodies and chords and play it on the piano in any key you wish;
- Be able to hear how a major and minor occur in a song.
- Have a better grip on how ear training in music actually works!
- Be able to connect what you hear in your head to what you will learn to play on the piano!
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StartLecture 1: Naming The Piano Keys (6:13)
StartLecture 2: Proper Technique (4:43)
StartLecture 3: Learning Your First Scale (8:17)
StartLecture 4: C Major Scale, Both Hands (4:10)
StartRefer others and get rewarded!
StartLecture 5: C Natural Minor Scale Separate Hands (5:16)
StartLecture 6: C Natural Minor Scale Both Hands (2:46)
StartLecture 7: C Harmonic Minor Scale (3:48)
StartLecture 1: Difference Between Major and Minor Scales (3:40)
StartLecture 2: Basics of Intervals (2nds and 3rds) (4:45)
StartLecture 3: Basics of Intervals (4ths and 5ths) (3:57)
StartLecture 4: Basics of Intervals (6th, 7th, and Octave) (3:21)
StartLecture 5: Specific Intervals (2nds and 3rds) (10:11)
StartLecture 6: Specific Intervals (6th and 7ths) (3:25)
StartLecture 7: The Tritone (3:26)