Can you develop perfect pitch? Can relative pitch be taught? These are big questions, and I have a little answer for you. I hope it's fun and helpful! Let me know what your #PerfectPitchJam is in the comments and on Twitter!
Originally published on: Learn Jazz Standard By Brent Vaartstra
"Welcome to episode 60 of the LJS Podcast where today we have special guest jazz pianist and vocalist Aimee Nolte on the show to talk about developing relative pitch. Wouldn’t it be awesome to hear a note being played and know exactly what it is, even if you don’t have perfect pitch? Aimee teaches us how. Listen in!"
Let's take my "point and sing" practice method and really stretch the limits of what is possible! I reserve the right to stretch even further in the future.
My (Not So) Top Secret (Anymore) Practice Method: Point & Sing - Singers AND instrumentalists: I don't want you to sound like a robot when you improvise. Let's get you sounding like a thoughtful, feeling person, who can hear their way through changes without having to memorize patterns. I want to make HONEST musicians out of you. Point & Sing is the best way I know of to accomplish that! If you'd like to support me, you can do so at this link: https://www.paypal.me/AimN
Rick Beato is guitarist, a producer and an amazing teacher. Has his own studio called Black Dog Sound based in Atlanta, GA.