Without me Homer will never be a fisherman.
OK, now we have the last few to have looked at all the chromatic intervals in an octave! That's a bit of a milestone! These last few can be a bit tricky, but like the others before it's all just about practice and playing them enough to get the sound / colour / taste / personality in your ears!
The test answers are located at the bottom on the page - just keep scrolling down!
Intervals Covered In This Lesson:
Minor 6th - Without Me (riff), Black Orpheus
Minor 7th - ?? Star Trek ??
Augmented 4th - The Simpsons, Maria (West Side Story), John The Fisherman (Primus)
See a list of all the song references for all intervals at AU-002 • Song References For Interval Training
Playing the Intervals On The Guitar
You can download a chart with them all on at AU-004 • Intervals On The Guitar
As I mention in the video's there are a few ways to test yourself.
1. Use the Justinguitar Interval Ear Trainer!
2. Write a list of intervals and record yourself playing them. Wait a week or a few days (so you forget the order) and then play the recording to yourself and see how you go!
3. Use a Jam Buddy. Play and interval and ask your mate to name it. Tell him if he is right or not. Then he plays one and you have to name it. Easy and fun! And you can compete a bit which often pushes you to be better!
If you need to ask a question about this lesson - there is a topic set up specifically to help you with this lesson. To help you find it easily you can click the following link and it will take you right the topic. You'll be able to see questions that other people had and ask your own questions! Hopefully one of the very helpful members of our community will be there to help you soon, I do go there and answer stuff too - but there are just too many questions for me to answer alone!
So click this link to get help with this lesson!
the answers are just down a bit further- you're not cheating now are you????
Aural Traing Answers - Test 5A
Aural Traing Answers - Test 5B