Using The Developing Ears

There is no better time to open the door to a musical land than during a child’s early years.

A baby is born hungry for development. A child’s ability to learn to speak testifies to the incredible potential of the human infant. With a state-of-the-art, early musical introduction it is exciting to imagine what a young child might learn to achieve in music. The Developing Ears works well when played at soft levels. Make it a friend by playing it as calming, comforting background music. Children love the affectionate words of a parent. The Developing Ears can be music to the child’s ears.

For those who are beyond those early years, now is a great time to improve the ability to hear and comprehend music.

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Listening can be a source for learning. The better we become at listening, the easier it is to learn.

Whether you want to fine tune your own musical skills, or you want to help someone you love improve his or her ear for music, The Developing Ears will surely help with that goal. There is a saying: use it or lose it, but there is a greater goal to be found with this program: infuse it and use it. The Developing Ears can improve aural skills by listening to the pieces just as any other music. This will help improve memory and ear skills, while helping improve pitch and rhythm perception. The Developing Ears is also great for relaxing background music to help unwind at the end of the day, but is more than just ambient music. It is music with a purpose for opening the doors to a more vibrant musical future.

Sample Audio:

Intro to Intervals

Learn to hear how the notes of three principal scales relate to the tonic note, or keynote, of each scale. Covers the major, minor, and harmonic minor scales.

Chromatic Scale Patterns

A musical ladder is built on the 12 steps found between octaves. Over 160 distinct 3-note patterns climb to define the distance found between notes up to one octave apart.

Simple Meter

Shows how music can follow time in sets divisible by two, as in 1, 2, 1, 2. This exercise helps the ear to practice tracking rhythm within these meters.

The 12 Intervals

There are only 12 basic two note intervals in the music so many of us enjoy. Music is built from these intervals.  Becoming familiar with them helps us appreciate the music we love.