What if you could train your ear right from your computer?
PITCH is a revolutionary system that has been carefully designed with advanced intelligence that knows exactly what questions to ask you based on which exercises you get right and wrong. A learning tool that drills you on notes, scales, chords, intervals, and even allows you to sing and mimic what you hear (using the microphone on your computer or a usb headset mic). In fact, you'll be able to connect a small midi keyboard and answer the questions interactively.
If you struggle with ear-training and need one-on-one training, PITCH is your solution.
I'll tell you right now --- the keys to effective training are repetition, interaction, and feedback!
Some programs allow you to listen to tapes in the car. Sure enough, there may be repetition. The tape may also pause for you to interact --- but there is no direct feedback. Who's there to really tell you if you're singing or choosing the right note?
As far as I'm concerned, if your ear is bad when you first start these programs, why should your ear be relied on to determine whether you sang the right note or not? That poses a problem for some musicians.
Then there's live music teachers. Of course, with a teacher, you'll get interaction and feedback. Will you get repetition, though? Well, perhaps for 15 minutes or so and once a week, unless you have mega bucks to shell out for longer sessions. Also, keep in mind that ear-training might only be a portion of your 30-minute to 1-hour session. So what do you do between your lessons?
Quite frankly, I believe "repetition is the mother of skill." It's just human nature that if you repeat something time and time again (with constructive feedback), you'll get good at it!
That's where software like HearandPlayTM P.I.T.C.H. comes in --- that will allow you to pick a lesson, use your mic (if a singing level), connect your keyboard (if an interactive level), and get feedback during each session.
If you choose the wrong answer, the system tells you immediately and makes you complete more questions to compensate for your wrong answers. If you keep getting wrong answers, the system works with you until your ear develops.
Because the system is designed with advanced intelligence, you can rely on it to keep giving you questions to strengthen areas you appear to be weak in. That's the beauty of P.I.T.C.H.!
You can't cheat this system (like you can do with tapes and CDs). Yes, you can skip lessons but you won't get the "MASTERED" stamp of approval unless you complete each lesson in order with a certain amount of consistent correct answers. That means, you'll never get "ahead of yourself" and your chances of becoming frustrated because you've skipped to a section you can't handle will be lessened. It also randomizes the questions so you never get the same exercise more than once.
With most audio courses, you may start to memorize the order of the questions, therefore minimizing the effectiveness of the sessions after time (which means repetition isn't really effective "REPETITION"). You can also easily put in another tape or CD and skip concepts without really letting them sink in. With P.I.T.C.H., you get true repetition (and the enjoyable type) as you can return to any past lesson for review and get a set of fresh questions in random order, which means an unlimited amount of training.
...And because P.I.T.C.H. continues to give you fresh questions in random order, every lesson is unique, even if it takes you 20 rounds to complete each of them!
All of this is not to say that any of the alternative methods above are ineffective. I've had the privilege to use all of them, personally.
But we also know that technology tends to change the way we do things. Technology makes processes more efficient and saves us time and money. In this case, it allows you to have your very own ear-training tutor that was strategically built with repetition, interaction, and feedback in mind! Click here to order! http://www.hearandplay.com/go/?p=a480396&w=pitch
Here's a few of the things you will learn from this particular course:
Discover the power of repetition and how using P.I.T.C.H. will allow you to master melodies, chords, and progressions in a matter of weeks!
What music teachers don't want you to know about ear-training. The keys to self-training at your own pace with no hourly charge.
How to distinctively recognize tones from the major and minor scales.
How to mimic melodies from different scale tones (with a measuring bar that tells you how close you are to the note you're singing).
How to instantly recognize intervals like perfect fourths and fifths. If you know anything about music, you know that an overwhelming majority of songs move in fourths and fifths.
The differences between melodic and harmonic intervals and how to hear the individual notes that make up both.
How to unlock your ear to hear the individual notes of a chord (even the notes in the middle that aren't easily recognizable).
The solfege system: You'll be asked to sing random degrees of a scale (like "DO" or "RE" or "LA"). Learn to effortlessly sing any tone of the scale without a piano.
Learn how to recognize the distance between perfect intervals versus major and minor intervals. It takes mastery of both the perfect and major/minor intervals to play your favorite songs!
Use your own midi keyboard to pick out the right keynotes of melodies, scales, and chords!
Start slow, but end fast by adjusting your speed settings. Master each exercise, then return to past lessons with all-new random questions at a faster speed (intermediate or advanced)!
Learn to recognize other instrument sounds (piano, keyboard, horns, strings, woodwinds, guitar, bass, etc). Over 10 different sounds to choose from!
If you're interested in this course click here to learn how you can order: http://www.hearandplay.com/go/?p=a480396&w=pitch