Ear training is my thing. What can I say, I love it.
A car nut thinks everyone should be into cars and so as an ear training nut I would naturally think it’s great for everyone.
However, a car nut doesn’t have much reason for you to like cars apart from something along the lines of “cars are cool”.
I’m a little bit different to that. I can think of a whole bunch of reasons why ear training is great for you (as long as you like playing music). It doesn’t matter whether you play jazz, rock, classical music, the blues or anything else.
So I’ve written a series of posts that explains those reasons to you in the hope that it might encourage you to give it a shot and see for yourself how much of an impact it can have on your playing.
The series is made up of 5 posts:
- The problem with the way you’ve learned to play music
- What is ear training?
- What’s the single biggest difference ear training will make to your playing?
- How long does it take to train your ears?
- How to get started with ear training
I hope that as you read through these posts you’ll start to see just how great the impact ear training will have on your playing and what you’ll be missing out on if you ignore it.
So why not get started?!
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