Listening music teacher helps you to improve your listening skills that learn how to recognize triads and seventh chords. The software consists of two animated introductory lesson (see the following videos), a chord explorer, which allows you to move up to four notes around on the staff, the cord explorer will display information for the note name, interval name, triad name or seventh chord name, and 26 exercises which help you to improve your listening and recognition skills. It shows you the relationship between our music system and nature. You have to listen and tell how many notes were played, which side (left or right) played a sinus sound or played the louder note, etc. You also have to identify intervals, triad qualities, triad inversions, seventh chord qualities and inversions. To make it challenging, you can choose options which make the task easier for you to solve the question. However, you will then earn less point
Listening Music Teacher is a personal trainer with a simple visual approach to understanding music. The program listens to you, evaluates your achievements, and gives you visual feedback, on where you stand. The program teaches the fundamentals of music theory.
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Listening music teacher helps you toimprove your listening skills: learn how to recognize triads and seventh chords.
Chords build the basics of music composing.
Triads are based on physical laws and consist of three notes. Note, the following order is from a physical view-point, not from looking at a triad on a sheet.The first note chosen for a triad is the root note (or fundamental). The second note in a triad – or highest note on a sheet – is a Fifth. And the last note taken into a triad is a Third. From a physical view-point the Fifth is the third harmonic in the harmonic series. The first harmonic in the harmonic series is equivalent to the fundamental. The second harmonic is the Octave. The octave sounds so similar to the fundamental, that it is often left out in music discussions. Meaning, that an octave and a fifth is treated as a fifth as the main characteristic. The third note in a triad – the middle note in the triad on a sheet – is a Third, which is the fifth harmonic in the harmonic series. Why is not the fourth harmonic in the harmonic series chosen? The fourth note of the harmonic series was not taken for the third note, because, the fourth harmonic generates a Fourth. However, the Fourth is the inverted interval of a Fifth (our second note chosen for the chord after the fundamental). Thus with the introduction of the Fifth, the Fourth was also introduced. Therefore, using the Fourth (or
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The software consists of
Scale and natural ratios (see the following video),
Equal tempered scale
move up to four notes around on the staff
Display note and interval names
Display triad and seventh chord names
Improve your listening skills
Improve your recognition skills
After knowing the basic context of scales and intervals, the next video introduces you to tertian chords.
Triads consist of three notes and have two intervals. Common chords use thirds as intervals. The quality (minor, Major, diminished or augmented) of the triad is determined by the stacking order of the thirds. All qualities come in three positions: Root position, first inversion or second inversion.
Video: Tertian Triads
Adding another third to a triad, leads to a seventh chord. Seventh chords consist of four notes and have three intervals. They allow for three inversion before they come back to the root position. A somehow special case is the harmonic seventh chord.
Video: Seventh Chords
The following video demonstrates the use of the chord explorer for single notes and intervals. For single notes the scale degree as a number and as a function is shown. Also the absolute and the relative solfege syllables are displayed. For intervals the quality and the number is explained. The diatonic interval names and the chromatic interval names are introduced.
Listening Music Teacher helps you to learn how to analyze sounds. The program explains the relationship between our music system and the laws of physics. It shows the difference between the just intonation system and the equal tempered system. It also explains chord qualities and chord inversion. The program has 2 animated introductory lessons, which explain the theory behind the systems. The included chord explorer allows you to move up to 4 notes around on the staff, and tells you the note name for single notes, the interval name for two notes and the triad or seventh chord name for three resp. four notes. The 26 exercises help you to improve your listening skills.You have to listen and tell how many notes were played, which side (left or right) played a sinus sound or played the louder note, etc. You also have to identify intervals, triad qualities, triad inversions, seventh chord qualities and inversions. To make it challenging, you can choose options which make the task easier for you to solve the question. However, you will then earn less points. For intervals and triads, the program keeps a statistic, which helps you to find weaknesses. For example it shows the interval name with which you most often confused the interval in question. Finally, you can do ear training exercises up to a precision of 12 cents.
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