What Is Tonality Based Ear Training

Tonality Based Ear Training Infographic

Tonality based ear training makes up the core of the approach at Ear Training HQ. It’s the approach I strongly advise every musician to focus their attention on until they’ve mastered it.  I believe every musician should know at least the basics of what tonality based ear training is and how it works.

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