#1
Does anyone know where I could find recordings or examples of scales being played so I can listen to them while I sleep and get them into my head? I just want scales, not full backing tracks or anything. Anyone know of any teaching websites that do this?
#2
Why?

You could record them yourself with a simple line-in.
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#3
Yeah, but all I have is a laptop without a soundcard slot exposed, or something to change the guitar cable sized thing to a headphone sized thing. If worse comes to worse I have a cheap microphone I can record them on, but its really bad recording quality.
#4
Music Theory

Go to trainers and then go to scale ear trainer.

Record each scale with audacity and you're all set.
Duke Ellington - If it sounds good, it is good.
#5
Is it true that listening to audio while sleeping helps you learn stuff in a subliminal way? I've heard people praising AND rejecting it...