Sunday, March 27th, 2011 Posted in Music Theory, Musicianship | No Comments »
Melodyne was used to the extreme to get the vocals in tune with the piano. Not only does this make my voice sound robotic, but it also added some strange ... Read more..
Thursday, August 26th, 2010 Posted in Music Theory | 1 Comment »
I've been creating some ear training posts/videos lately (and I'm working on some more) but I haven't yet written a post dedicated to the EarMaster Pro Ear Training Software that ... Read more..
Tuesday, August 24th, 2010 Posted in Musicianship | 1 Comment »
Tonight I made an ear training video for guitarists. It's meant to help learn the sounds of the open chords on a guitar (a chord with at least one open ... Read more..
Thursday, July 29th, 2010 Posted in Musicianship | 1 Comment »
Embedded below is a YouTube video I've made to help memorize the ascending melodic intervals. The reason I made this is because I was looking for something like it and ... Read more..
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 Posted in Musicianship | 1 Comment »
I've found (like many others before me) that it's helpful to have a song to reference in your head when you're learning the musical intervals (a great example is how ... Read more..
Thursday, April 8th, 2010 Posted in Musicianship | 5 Comments »
While putting together some ideas for the interval ear training program I want to create (which I mentioned in my last post) I noticed that a descending major 3rd interval ... Read more..
Wednesday, March 24th, 2010 Posted in Musicianship | 2 Comments »
My last post was on ear training from the recording/mixing perspective (more about frequencies than notes, of course notes are frequencies too but I hope you know what I mean) ... Read more..
Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 Posted in Mixing | No Comments »
In this post I'm talking about ear training in the recording/mixing engineer sense rather than in the musician sense (I'm a big fan of EarMaster software to help with that, ... Read more..