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Teresa Brito
Dec 28, 2021
I was a big fan of Intervals for a while...they are much easier to recognize than chords to a certain point...then I got to level 5 and the last quarter of so of Basic Music Theory....I hate M3, I get so confused that I can't even recognize my basic P4 snd P5s...and I always seem to count wrong in the lessons...kill me now =P
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Paul Bess
Dec 28, 2021
What helps me most with P3 is imagining it like it was a Major Chord missing the third note (the P5). Maybe it's for you too!
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Toyama Tokanawa
Dec 28, 2021
I know your pain, I'm in the same boat -- stuck on level 8. But you know, I think it does work if you keep trying. As of today, I actually have no trouble recognizing M3 -- it just clicked all of a sudden, I can clearly hear that it's more "stilted" (more dissonant?) than P4 or P5. Can't wait for all that to get thrown back into confusion once m3 is introduced. :(
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Dima Shipitsyn
Dec 28, 2021
Here is your remedy!
https://www.earmaster.com/products/free-tools/interval-song-chart-generator.html

Remember them according to the vibe they give to melodies from these songs
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Toyama Tokanawa
Dec 28, 2021
@Dima Shipitsyn Thanks for the awesome link!

Although I thought the original question was about harmonic intervals. Do you know of anything to help with that?
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Amar Sadikovic
Dec 28, 2021
Here's a song that might help you:

The 6/7 on guitar is a M3, 9/7 is a P5, 7/9 is a m3.
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Anton Klein
Dec 29, 2021
😆 feel the same it took me hours to start hearing properly again. Still working on it, but enjoying the challenge and growth. Keep preserving 💪
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Teresa Brito
Dec 29, 2021
I'm still level 5 guys! and even lower on the other two basic games I believe...and yes I've done most of the Basic Music Theory thing but a lot of it still sounds like gibberish...yes,, I've seen videos on correlating songs with intervals but...1. I would have to know all of those songs by heart and 2. the game presents intervals out of contect so...not sure it's a good fix
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Dima Shipitsyn
Dec 29, 2021
Harmonic intervals are essentially the same to me, same interval yet played simultaneously. And of course you do not have to remember the songs, your brain will just catch the vibe not the exact interval in the exact moment e.g. it will detach itself from the song eventually and just imprint into your ears :)
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Teresa Brito
Dec 30, 2021
you know I just played Interval Champ which has tons of intervals I am not supposed to know yet I guess those instinctively...and yeah, they are played like as chords so I' kind of proud of that
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Colin Aiken
Jan 01
Keep at it!
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Adam Scherer
Jan 01
this video helped me a lot! M3 = Door Bell!!

(and it's sponsored by ToneGym :P)
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4tus
Jan 02
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I keep googling music for song intervals and didn't realise tonegym had one already 😮