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students should know how important ear training is for their development.
Also experienced professionals still need to stay in shape, especially
with the rhythm. Even those not interested in music should realize that a
"tone-deaf" ear will somehow affect their personality as a whole. The very
first requirement for a musician is to be able to imitate sounds. You hear
sounds in your imagination or from the outside world. You should be able
to replay those sounds using your voice or an instrument, and this is the
real task for any player or composer. Technically this is what making
music means. Musicianship starts here. A professional musician, especially
one with the perfect pitch may consider this as childish. In fact even a
pro should strive to improve the ability to memorize and replay
sophisticated rhythm patterns. This contributes a lot to better musical
It doesn't make sense for someone to learn how to read music or play a
musical instrument, and not be able to imitate sounds with the voice or
Of course, music comes from the soul, it is not a mere juggling with
sounds, but too many times players from a lower spirituality platform look
better just because they have "a good ear", and a common misconception is
that this cannot be improved. The author of this program has plenty of
experience and I can assure you that the attentive ear can be improved to
the highest levels, even for someone considered tone-deaf. It requires a
lot of practice and discipline, of course.
We offer some great software tools which would help any musician at any level:
Ear Power | Sight-Singer | Metronome | Vocal Express | EarSteady
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