How to Develop Relative Pitch → Play Songs in One Key! | Ear Training Guitar LessonSep 20, 2022
In this ear training guitar lesson I talk about how to develop relative pitch with one simple method.
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🕛 Content Outline for this Video on How to Develop Relative Pitch
0:00 - About this lesson on relative pitch
0:28 - Practice songs in one key
1:18 - What you'll start to see
2:35 - Roman numerals and scale degrees
3:05 - The next level benefit
5:06 - My amazing chord options chart (FREE PDF)
5:30 - Outro
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💬 Description of this Ear Training Guitar Lesson
If we compare all of our favorite songs to one another—chord by chord—it's surprising how many similarities they often have.
We can do this by playing songs in one key on guitar.
Doing this can help us understand how tonal music functions in general.
Comparing songs shows us that most music is more the same than it is different.
If you want to know how to develop relative pitch, you can do so by analyzing the relationships between songs.
Ear training on guitar like this can help us identify our favorite sounds too!
This third lesson of my "Quick-Tips" series is on exactly how to unlock this comparison-view with any song we work on.
If you're wondering how to develop relative pitch, or you're interested in song learning, songwriting, music theory, or ear training on guitar, then this short video should help you.
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