Here’s a question for the aspiring musician: You’ve aced your ear training class, so why are you lagging behind in performance, at a rehearsal or a jam session?
New York (PRWEB) July 26, 2013
Here’s a predicament all too many music students face: They’ve aced their Ear Training class but find themselves lagging behind in performance at a rehearsal or a jam session. The reason is simple. Counting intervals while music is going by in real time is just too slow a method, because it is necessary to identify which notes are being played instantly; it needs to be second nature, just the way one distinguishes red from blue. Muse Eek Publishing company’s “Ear Training One Note Complete” provides the method for this to happen.
Ear Training One Note Complete is an entirely new way of teaching ear training. It develops the ability to know what notes others are playing when they are performing, as well as helping to compose without an instrument, through knowing what notes one is hearing in one’s head. This new ear training is based on the idea of hearing sound in relation to a "key center" as opposed to an "interval." Most seasoned musicians hear this way only after years of playing but with the “Ear Training One Note Complete Method,” a student can accelerate the process and experience many years of ear training in a fraction of the time.
Using this method will completely transform one’s musical perception and has already changed many musicians' careers. Even students that are just beginning with music have found that it completely alters the way they hear music. The secret behind this ear training is recognizing and memorizing the sound of every note within a key center through a set of unique exercises that can be done any place that you can listen to an MP3 player.
There are countless ear training products available both in physical books, audio files and computer programs. What makes this ear training different is having access to the author Bruce Arnold through both email and his blog at brucearnold.com. If problems in comprehension or process arise, Mr. Arnold is available to answer questions and clarify concepts. There is also an extensive and searchable FAQ section of the muse-eek.com website.
This interactivity in the service of education is what sets all Muse-Eek products apart from the herd.
With over 30 years of experience teaching ear training, Mr. Arnold has learned how best to convey the concepts he has developed, but also understands that there is always a possibility for misinterpretation of an idea. While some students can fly through this ear training course with no problem, he knows many musicians need some help. He cares deeply about any sincere student, and improving musicianship is his top priority.
Mr. Arnold currently teaches at Princeton University and has taught at New England Conservatory of Music, Dartmouth College, Berklee College of Music, New School University, and City College of New York and NYU.