#1
hey guys, anyone know what effect listening to ear training tracks when you're sleeping will have on your aural abilities? I'm trying it tonight, just thought i'd find out if anyone had success
#2
Supposedly Mozart has a similar effect on infants, but I don't know about adults and other musicians. Only 1 way to find out!
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#4
I don't learn through ear tracks. I put the book under my pillow and learn through osmosis.
#5
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Supposedly Mozart has a similar effect on infants, but I don't know about adults and other musicians. Only 1 way to find out!



making kids more 'generically intelligent' and learning specific intervals are not the same. you have to listen to improve your ear not just hear.
#7
Apparently if you sleep with notes under your pillow, the information rises up into your brain too! You should try that!
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#10
i guess I'll put the book that came with the cd under my pillow. if I wake up with perfect relative pitch, I'll let you guys know.
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#18
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that's weird..yesterday I was talking to a friend about how everyone that doesn't know french inmediately says "omelette du fromage" when they listen french


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