The "Play in Pitch" ear training method was developed by a string teacher
for string teachers and students. "The hardest thing to get across to beginner
students of stringed instruments is the concept of matching pitch," says Mr.
Patrick. "I would have my students match the pitch as I played a series of notes
or a scale on my piano. This worked well during our lesson time but I wanted my
students to get the benefit of matching their notes to true pitch while at home
during their regular practice time so I developed this ear training method and
have had great success with it. From beginner to advanced all my students
benefit from the Play in Pitch program."
With the violin, viola, and cello, the finger has to be in the exact spot
on the fingerboard to produce true pitch. The "Play In Pitch" perfect pitch ear
training method is intended to help you do just that ... play in pitch. Fretted
instruments like the guitar, mandolin, and bass guitar are easier to play in
perfect pitch as long as the instrument is of good construction and the strings
are tuned properly. The placing of a finger behind a fret will produce a true
pitch. Fretless instruments like the violin, viola, and cello, demand more from
the musician in producing true pitch and that is where the "Play in Pitch" ear
training methods are a valuable tool in learning to play in pitch. Get instant
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The"Play in Pitch" ear training software is an effective way to train your
ears to recognize true pitch. The Play in Pitch ear training method is a useful
and enjoyable method to be used with, and in addition to, the lessons and
instruction you receive from your teacher or other string instrument training
programs. The "Play in Pitch" practice program is a good tool, and like any good
tool it only works when it is used.
Whether you want to learn to play violin, learn to play viola, learn to play
You will need to learn to play in pitch.