MUSIC THEORY – Modal Ear Training – Hearing The Difference Between Modes14:31

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MUSIC THEORY – Modal Ear Training – Hearing The Difference Between Modes

by | Oct 24, 2017 | GUITAR, MUSIC THEORY

MUSIC THEORY – Modal Ear Training – Hearing The Difference Between Modes

In this music theory tutorial made by Fretjam, you are going to learn to hear the difference between modes. Modes can be understood in theory, which is often overly complicated. But if you want to be able to improvise and accompany 90% of music out there, modal ear training is the way to go.

MY OPINION

Another outstanding lesson from Fretjam ! This video is a great explanation of modes & with a practical way to implement.

Level : Advanced Beginner / Intermediate

  • MUSIC THEORY – Modal Ear Training – Hearing The Difference Between Modes
  • Tutorial Duration = 14min30sec  

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