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Thread: Ear training software

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    ear training

    hi
    what are some practical exercises/programs to train your ear? thanks
    -allen

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    I came across a software called Ear Trainer Pro once, it was pretty nice. If you search the forums im sure theres been lots of discussions on such topic in the past.

    hope this helps,

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    www.good-ear.com

    you have to be online to use it, but hey, it's free



    evan

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    listen to songs and try to work out the vocal line improv style ( you will already know the vocal line in your head if you have listened to the song enough) and simply play along to the vocals

    i have done that for the better part of 5 years now i have good relative pitch

    my perfect pitch is another matter though lol

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