Well, in isolation that might be more difficult than when heard in the context of other notes.Chu Bun wrote:Zafar Haq wrote:Hi, Classmates,
Just have a question. Is it just me or is it really difficult to tell two notes an octave apart? If not for the tone color, I will not be able to tell where Bert's B note is a "low" or "high" B.
Zafar, your guess is correct! I think the easiest way to find out notes is to try to play along.Zafar Haq wrote:Hi, Chu Bun,
I will not post measure 11.My guess for Andrei measure 10 are over string 2 and 3.
Let Nathanael tell about his notes.I thought about low "B" notes are in quick succession,unable to find half note duration either low "A" or Low "G".That's why I took all notes as quarter notes.
Zafar, your scores seem to be completely accurate.Zafar Haq wrote:Hi,Classmates,
Here is my image, Listening,try to assume what I heard and recognizing the notes and correcting it if found wrong.I'll post my mp3 file for measure 9.
I think that what ear training is. The more you do it the better you will get. I remembered how we kids learning guitar riffs in the old pre-internet days. Listening, guessing, rewinding 100s of time. Our poor cassette tapes never lasted too long.I post my score just by guessing and constantly listening and reaching conclusions