In previous courses you've learned how to listen for melody and harmony. Now it's time to zoom out and discover how to hear rhythm! This course, with its challenging listening exercises, teaches you how to hear music's powerful pulse. Educate your ears with Gregg Fine!
Rhythm is the foundation that melody and harmony are built upon. In this third ear training course by Gregg Fine, you learn how to hear rhythms, beats, time signatures, phrase lengths, accents and more. Gregg guides you through his patented step-by-step ear training process. He introduces you to all the rhythmic concepts, while cementing the knowledge into your musical psyche, with his excellent listening exercises.
Music is made up of many different parts. Learning how how to hear them all and how they work together is the key to great musicianship. This deep listening skill gives you the ability make solid compositional choices. It helps you analyze your work and make fixes. And, most of all, understanding what you're hearing helps you to clearly communicate your creative ideas to musicians, engineers and producers.
So learn how to hear beats and rhythms in this 32-tutorial, deep-listening course by ear training expert, Gregg Fine. Educate your ears!
Love Gregg's ear training series. 101 and 102 are definitely the most useful of the three - 103 feels a bit like sweeping up all the left-over pieces - but it's still very good. In particular, I found the material on triplets and swing really helpful. Gregg makes ear training fun, interactive, and colorful. Love your style, Gregg :-)
Vaan wrote on January 23, 2016
Nice course, with many gradual exercises. Well explained, with many examples and details about the topics of the course. Very useful for students that want improve their ability in ear training.
Dan wrote on February 27, 2015
Really liked this course which helped me listening and identify song's structure. Cool song at the end too!
kawame davis wrote on December 28, 2014
I really loved all the tutorials that gregg does. But in this one it was a bit difficult in the middle but easy in the beginning, but at the end when i had to use all the learning from the video it really did expand my knowledge forward. I hope to see more of these.