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If you want to play notes by ear you can learn to – but don’t follow the common advice: intervals are not the solution. http://www.musicalityunleashed.com
Learning to recognise notes by ear is a dream for many musicians: to hear music and be able to name, play, or write down the notes you heard.
This isn’t magic – it’s a learnable skill. And it doesn’t take an innate “gift” like “perfect pitch”.
You can develop what’s called your “relative pitch” using simple proven exercises.
If you want relative pitch to play by ear, write down music, improvise, or write your own music then there’s a approach that will get you there much faster and give you a much more reliable ability to recognise notes by ear.
It’s called “solfa” and you might have come across it as the “do-re-mi” system for naming notes.
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