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Most relative pitch exercises in our program use a keyboard for input, to make your practise closer to the real thing.
Relative Pitch Training
Relative pitch is the ability to name a note given a reference note. For example, if you hear these two notes and knew the first note was middle C, then you would be able to name the second note as the G above middle C.
Our ear training exercises start at a basic level, naming notes on a C Major scale, and work up to identifying any note by ear given a reference note. If you master this skill you will find it easy to transribe music, and play songs by ear on your favourite instrument.
- Relative Pitch on C Major Try it
- Relative Pitch on C Minor
- Relative Pitch Introduction
- Relative Pitch on C Major with Intervals Up and Down
- Relative Pitch on C Minor with Intervals Up and Down
- Relative Pitch on the Chromatic Scale
- Relative Pitch on Chromatic Scale with Intervals Up and Down
- Relative Pitch