EasyEarTraining (el 26/11/13 a las 2:40 pm)
A handy set of interval reference songs. Plus with the synth voice it's a
bit like being taught by a futuristic robot!
Catpwnszer (el 24/11/13 a las 9:51 pm)
The vocals give me a headache.
Sandeep suman (el 24/10/13 a las 1:37 am)
yup, i love it.
rob brunet (el 18/08/13 a las 12:20 am)
great thankyou !
Dzakovich000 (el 03/11/11 a las 5:25 pm)
@rochabeatlesfan It's the biggest leap that you hear. da da DO DAH DO DAH
DO DAH. The thing that gets repeated three times is a m6.
James K. (el 21/03/13 a las 12:48 pm)
i think it's good
OxOtacos (el 16/06/12 a las 2:16 am)
NBC jingle is good for M6
NateMantle (el 13/05/13 a las 8:16 am)
this isn't a test dude. It's showing you what the intervals sound like, and
giving song examples so that you can do the work on your own.
NotesBags (el 21/08/12 a las 1:30 am)
In response to infeledrivian (or whatever that is), a good major 3rd one is
'Count On Me' by Bruno Mars which is what every singing human student on
the planet wants to learn under the age of 10. That said, the beauty of
learning music, especially singing, is the opportunity to broaden your
views, open up a new world where you experience new things. If we all just
stuck to what we know, what would be point of learning anything. Students,
good ones, are well to have an open and inquisitive mind.
hannahmfinn (el 22/01/12 a las 8:26 pm)
this video would be alot better without the annoying fucking techno voice.