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#1125768 - 03/07/05 04:32 PM Learning to hear "Beats"
oneliner Offline
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Registered: 01/28/05
Posts: 18
Loc: Ontario, Canada
I'm wondering if anyone out there can suggest a simple method for learning to hear beats. I'm having great difficulty with this and know that it takes time. I know that there is a device that can be purchased however I would prefer if I could manage to learn this skill without having to buy the machine.

If there's anyone who can suggest a system for getting a "jump start" on this I would be forever grateful.

I plan to purchase an Electronic Tuner at some time in the future, however I do not want to become too dependent on the ET and would like to enhance my aural skills.

With appreciation

Derek Byrne (oneliner)

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#1125769 - 11/20/05 10:15 PM Re: Learning to hear "Beats"
Orgelquaeler Offline
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Registered: 10/01/05
Posts: 79
Loc: Apison, TN
Reblitz has excercises in his book on learning to detect beats. Have you tried that method?

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