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Do You Want to "Hear the Changes?"
Do you have trouble hearing chord changes? Would you also like to understand how these changes function in a key center so that you can improvise over them? Search no further. This course is exactly what you need. It will totally change your understanding of how to hear chord progressions.
Instrumental technique and ear training are closely related. Achieving great technique that enables you to truly express yourself is inseparable from properly internalizing the nature of a sound's relationship to a key center. This course gives you the content to reach this goal. Hearing Chord Progressions is one of the core courses of the Bruce Arnold System.
We call "Hearing Chord Progressions" a dual course because it develops the ability to hear tertial-based chord changes while simultaneously improving instrumental technique. This course is the first of its kind in that it applies the Bruce Arnold System of Ear Training to hearing changes within a key center. It also takes the 13 most used tertial chord types through all possible cycles and the 96 possible permutations of these chords. While not all students will need to work through all of these exercises, I recommend at least sight reading through them all if you already have the ability to "hear" a specific exercise. There are many "Addendum" files with this course targeted for students who would like further help.