How to Find “do” in Music (How to Tone Hole ep. 9)

Learn how to find the main note in any piece of music using these easy, medium, and hard techniques… some played inside Tone Hole (the musical tone matching game) and some practiced outside in the real world! Hear how half-steps and whole-steps combine to give you the feeling of “do”!



How to Train to Win at Ear Training Games (How to Tone Hole ep. 8)

Learn how to practice conjuring tones out of your imagination in the latest update of Tone Hole (v. 1.0.7) by practicing singing within “training mode”. This is a way of using the Tone Hole game to prompt you to sing notes connected to your current game level to solidfy the connection between your musical imagination and your knowing mind! What!? Also see how to connect with the developer directly within the game and watch tutorials within the game, too! Download Tone Hole for iPhone and iPad https://apps.apple.com/us/app/tone-hole/id1600969950 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/listenupgames/ #musicgames #musicgame #musicgamer #solfege #solfège #solfége #eartraining #eartrainingexercises #eartrainingtips #eartrainingchallenge #kodaly #musicpedagogy #musiceducation #solfegesingalong #solfasingalong #melodicmnemonic

How to Train Your Ear Before Learning Music Theory (How to Tone Hole ep. 7)

What is the difference between ear training and music theory? How can you train your ear without learning music theory and why would you even want to? In this video, learn about “sound before symbol” and how to integrate solfege singing into music theory concepts. Play Tone Hole: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/tone-hole/id1600969950

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How to Feel the Flavors of All The Tones in the Major Scale (How to Tone Hole ep. 6)

In this video, you’ll learn how to tune your ear to each note in the major scale so that you can really FEEL each note. For beginners, you can use just a few notes, and for you more advanced folks, you’ll see how to go straight to using the full scale. This approach builds heavily on the work of W.A.Mathieu in his book “Harmonic Experience”. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._A._Mathieu You’ll learn how to develop your musical ear through singing against a drone and playing Tone Hole’s set of “out and back” levels. Singing solfege isn’t just for lovers of the Sound of Music and elementary school children. It’s a very powerful technique that helps you understand what you are hearing in real time as you listen to or play music. It doesn’t matter what style you are playing and it doesn’t matter what instrument, either. When you know the notes to sing, you can PLAY most anything!

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How To Train Your Ear Using Melodies You Know (How to Tone Hole ep. 5)

You can develop your musical ear to a high level using a technique founded on the most up-to-date pedagogy we have! In this video, you’ll learn how to take a simple song that you know really, really well and turn it into an ear training home gym.

You’ll walk through the steps presented in the previous episode (“How to Improve Your Ear Without Reading Music”), apply them to a different familiar tune, and see how to apply the Tone Hole game to refining and strengthening your musical hearing!

A sneak peak into some advanced ear training material waits towards the end of the video. That stuff will be incorporated into Tone Hole in an upcoming release! If there are melodies you would like to learn in solfege that you would like featured in a future video, drop their names and a link to a recording! (Don’t forget to like this one and subscribe to the channel.)

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How to Improve Your Ear Without Reading Music (How to Tone Hole ep. 4)

You can develop your musical ear to a high level without reading music! In this video, you’ll learn three simple things you can do anywhere at any time to gradually culture your ear so that it can recognize all the notes in the scale. You’ll discover simple techniques for connecting the ear to the mind: singing simple songs in solfege and singing patterns based on those songs up and down through the scale.

If there are melodies you would like to learn in solfege that you would like featured in a future video, drop their names and a link to a recording! (Don’t forget to like this one and subscribe to the channel.) None of this seeks to devalue the importance of becoming musically literate, an endeavor which I have devoted my career to teaching. Quite the contrary, in this video you will learn how improving your ear is profoundly DIFFERENT from learning to read and write music. They are separate kinds of learning and sensing that can help each other, yet at the same time, they operate in different ways.

But ear training is a process of culturing your perception and gluing what you hear to a simple symbol system, and the simplest one I can think of is this: solfege (or solfa or even… sofa!). Seven simple words to unlock your musical ear! It is within you now, so awaken it and thrive!

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