• Whole steps and half steps for beginners

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    The "Secrets to Playing Piano By Ear" course covers everything from the basics and fundamentals to Cmin13 (b9b5) chords. The following lesson focuses on chapter three from the course. If you are already familiar with whole and half step interval relationships, you may skip this lesson.

     

    Whole & Half Step Intervals (02)

    Note: Please pay attention to this lesson as you will need to know about whole & half step intervals to learn scales, chords, and other concepts.

    Note: Disregard the "SLXYZ" numbers (if any) as they refer to sound examples. Our 300-pg course comes with a CD with over 330 sound examples which can be heard with the click of a button. (Example: SL003)

     

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    1 Bryan

    Clear guidance and understood.

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    2 Tyree

    Iwish I Saw This When I First Was Learning Whole And Half Steps. This Makes It Look Real Easy To understand

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    3 Dancinjeff

    I really feel That if I try hard I can Truly learn how to play piano

    I know this is a “by ear” site but I am having a easy time learning how to actually traditionally play using the notes!

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    4 Lilly

    very helpful and well explained.

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    5 Sierra Womack

    Thank you so much! you were really helpful and explained so much to me!

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    Hi jermaine Ermm it’s me I’m bak on your website again after my dads computer crashed and since then I forgot what the website was called and I just found it again I found this lesson challenging in the sense that u had to really think about the sharps / flats and where the half and whole notes are nut with a bit of practice I’ll get there I could understand it all but I have a question with the table would we need to remember all of it

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    7 Chukwudi

    Sorry I meant but not nut

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