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Internal/External resonance

Really…all things are perceived internally.
But different channels are used in the reception.
E.g. bodily vs aurally.
Tactile vs. sound.
etc.
Keep that in mind…this is all somewhat metaphors. 555 more words

Ear Training

Awesome Ear Training Exercise For Bass Players - Scott's Bass Lessons

Here’s a video from Scott Devine, of Scott’s Bass Lessons, that has an ear-training exercise for bassists – although it can probably be used with most instruments. 174 more words

Music

the harmony of 5-limit compounds

This model comes somewhat from my work with Mathieu’s Harmonic Experience book. Specifically the idea of the 5-limit compound ratios and how the various tones are heard. 307 more words

Ear Training

neural oscillation and music

The purpose of this post is to propose a model for relative pitch cognition based on “neural oscillation“. Also I want to bring in the idea of… 537 more words

Cognition

the nature of intervals : and atonality

The thing about intervals…human hearing is complex.
If you’ve done enough ear training, you’ll soon see the logic in all the options available for training on intervals. 880 more words

Ear Training

Finding the Changes with Fiddlewax Blue

Adam Kumpf is making some very interesting music apps under the company name of Fiddlewax. One of them, Fiddlewax Blue is a wonderful little app for discovering and recording chord progressions. 790 more words

Ear Training

Dominant Seven Flat 9 Chords V7(b9)

One of the features that makes a minor key sound so rich is its V7(b9) chord illustrated below as a V-I in the key of A minor.        79 more words

Music