Archives of Ear Training

The mirage of the musical score

You practice music and you have already encountered some difficulties: playing an instrument or singing without a score improvising on a theme or composing a piece playing by ear, i.e. replaying on an instrument a melody or chords you heard previously Then this article is for you. Music is not a unique skill Here’s something you […]

From developing a musical ear to sight reading, discover the Meludia method

Why do we keep trying to teach children to sight read before they can actually understand, feel and hear music? Don’t we learn to speak before learning to write? At Meludia, we start with sensations and emotions; it’s the Meludia method.   Sensory discovery Music is basically a stream of waves that our bodies perceive through […]
Meludia Stable / Instable

Stable / Unstable – Beginner level

The exercises stable/unstable are related to the first step of harmonic interval recognition. It’s the red line of the discovery module that includes 8 stable/unstable branches with a growing difficulty. In this first branch, you will learn how to recognize the most stable interval (the octave) ; the very unstable interval (the major seventh). Train […]

How to start music learning?

Music theory? Instrument practice? Ear training? There’re so many ways to learn music nowadays that it is sometimes hard to know where to start. At Meludia, we are sure of one thing: ear training should be the first step for any musicians. It is pretty risky to start music with music reading because you might […]