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I’ve heard some musicians say that musical ear is developed at a young age. I know it does get difficult as one ages but is it achievable?
I’m 28 years old, decent enough Blues player and currently exploring Metal. The problem I face is composing. A lot of ideas (both rhythm and lead) float in my head but I’m unable to replicate those on my instrument. If I’m able to replicate some of them, I get stuck on how to move forward and complete it.
I asked this question in one of your Youtube live chat. Please let me know. I’m very eager to write my own music.
Hey Suhail! You can absolutely develop your ear at any age and to a very high degree at that.
I think younger people are more adept at developing perfect pitch, but for relative pitch, which is the skill that what will enable you to freely compose, improvise and transcribe music can be developed at any age. And there is no limit to where you can take it. You ear can keep improving into a very old age. 🙂
It is relative pitch that you will learn in this course.
Carl I cant find the pdf for the solfege exercises
Hey Read, there is no PDF for that chapter. The entire thing is just an audio ear training session.
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