Developing relative pitch is at the centre of ear training. With relative pitch you will learn how to instantly and easily recognise any note you hear in music.
The benefit of developing relative pitch is simple (and incredible). It will allow you to play music by ear. A lot of musicians consider the ability to play by ear the ‘holy grail’ of music. It will free you to play the way you want to in a way that nothing else can. If you’d like to know about the specific differences playing by ear will make to your playing take a look at the benefits of playing music by ear.
But if you’d like to know more about relative pitch, how it works and why it’s the best way for you to learn to play by ear you’re in the right place!
In this series of blog posts I’ll cover the really important information you need to know about relative pitch so you can start developing it!
- Relative pitch vs perfect pitch: which one will teach you to play by ear
- Interval Ear Training: The biggest ear training mistake
- Tonality Based Ear Training: The easy way to develop relative pitch
- Scale Degrees: The most important tool for developing relative pitch
- How to develop relative pitch
By end of this series you’ll be armed with the knowledge you need to get started on the path to developing fast and accurate relative pitch so you can play easily by ear.
Let’s get started!
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