Musical ear training is powerful but it can be slow, hard work. What if there was a better way. What if it could actually be a game?
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Transcription, the art of writing down the music we hear, combines every aspect of ear training. Learn how to start and the best tech tools to help you out.
Being able to write music notation can seem complicated, but is an essential skill for your musical creations. Start learning this skill today.