Relative Pitch on C Minor with Intervals Up and Down
In this exercise we’ll practice relative pitch on C Minor rather than C Major. For each question you will hear middle C, followed by another note. With middle C as your reference point, you should be able to identify the second note, which will be from the C Minor scale (natural minor), up to one octave above or below middle C.
For example, if you hear these two notes , you would answer that the second note is two notes higher on the scale, or three semitones above middle C, so the second note is Eb.
||Sign up to access this exercise, our other relative pitch exercises, and the full ear training pro program. No software to download or install.|