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Learn the vital skills required to set effective and inspirational goals, and how you can construct a plan to accomplish them.
Pitch is how high or low musical notes are. That means your sense of pitch is fundamental to almost everything you do in music.
Intervals are the building blocks of melody and harmony in music. Learning to recognise intervals builds a strong foundation, your sense of “relative pitch”.
A series of notes one after the other creates a melody. Melodies are what we think of as the “tune” but the same skills also apply to basslines, solos and accompaniment parts.
Whenever three or more notes are heard together, it forms a chord. Different types of chord create different musical moods and emotions.
A series of chords is called a progression. Chord progressions create the harmonic movement that creates a story in music.
Rhythm is the pattern of sounds and silences in music and gives music its energy and pace. Improve and refine your natural sense of rhythm with training.
Playing by ear means using your learned listening skills to play a song directly on your instrument (or write it down) after just hearing it.
Develop an accurate and reliable singing voice and use your voice to train your musical ears.