Relative Pitch and Ear Development
Relative pitch is a skill that allows you to play a note after you hear a reference note. This allows you to reproduce melodies and entire accompaniments after you hear them, sometimes with incredible precision. To get to that point you need to develop your relative pitch, and that is what these exercises are about.
Relative Pitch Training – Five Notes – Ear Programming
Beginners Relative pitch test. Musical ear test
20 levels of music ear: Test your level of Relative Pitch
Relative Pitch: 10 Levels. Test and train yourself
Can you hear the difference? Test your relative pitch with this aural test.
Basic “play by ear” for the tone deaf Part 1. Relative pitch practice.
Basic “play by ear” for the tone deaf PART 2. Relative Pitch practice
Learn to play by ear. Practice of relative pitch (beginner-intermediate level)
Can you play by ear? 30 nasty samples to test your relative pitch. Piano two voices
Can you hear two melodies at the same time? Test your harmonic ear.