Category Archives: Pitch

Wanna Hangout? Introducing OMML Live on Google Hangouts and YouTube Live

Introducing OMML Live

Hi One Minute Music Lesson fans, Over the past few months I have been searching for a way to offer the OMML community live video webinars to teach the fundamentals of music theory and ear training for free. Let’s hangout … Continue reading

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Short Sight Reading Exercises

Sight Reading Genie

Sightreading Genie by PracticeSpot.com is a great tool for beginning sight readers. This tool allows you to choose from 4 difficulty levels and proves you will a large amount of short musical examples to play. It is designed for piano … Continue reading

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Sight reading agility

eMusic Theory Piano Keys

Do you test your sight reading agility? Today I wanted to post a tool that is useful for practicing your sight reading agility. This Piano Keys trainer from eMusicTheory.com allows you to adjust the difficulty level from beginners to advanced. This tool … Continue reading

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How to Read Music – Lesson 6 – Accidentals

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How to Read Music – Lesson 5 – Enharmonics

Enharmonics are also known as flats and sharps in music. An enharmonic is one pitch that has two different names. Watch this quick video to help you understand more about enharmonics. If you liked this lesson don’t forget to sign-up for … Continue reading

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How to Read Music – Lesson 4 – Piano Keyboard

The piano keyboard consists of 88 keys. 52 are white, called the naturals, and 36 are black, called the enharmonics, or flats and sharps. The keyboard is arranged in a pattern of 12 notes, with 2 incomplete patterns on each … Continue reading

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How to Read Music – Lesson 3 – Bass Clef

Download a free Treble & Bass Clef Note poster here. Practice the bass clef with the Interactive Bass Clef Tool If you liked this lesson don’t forget to sign-up for the free One Minute Music Lesson newsletter. With your subscription you … Continue reading

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How to Read Music – Lesson 2 – Treble Clef

Download a free Treble & Bass Clef Note poster here. If you liked this lesson don’t forget to sign-up for the free One Minute Music Lesson newsletter. With your subscription you will also receive a free copy of the eBook “How … Continue reading

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How to Read Music – Lesson 1 – Pitch

To understand pitch better take a look at the video above and download the free pitch poster. If you liked this lesson don’t forget to sign-up for the free One Minute Music Lesson newsletter. With your subscription you will also receive a … Continue reading

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