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Steve Stine Guitar Lesson – #1 Tip to Learn Guitar Songs Faster (Ear Training Tip)

(Rock music) (Soft guitar music) -Steve Stine from Guitar Zoom, I want to thank you for all your comments You gave it from the previous video. We started talking about some basic, Basic, chord theory. It ’s very important that we start learning how to do it Things that make our lives easier In learning songs. Songs, except from a technical point of view, may be Songs should not be a chore, they should be fun You go play. So if you have a very complicated song over there, What are you doing then you need to find a pair Easier songs here, so you are developing Different things, each song should not be Your skills, sometimes you need to have songs More about your abilities Create at the music level, not just at the technical level. So this is very important. So what we did in the first video is what we talked about Trying to combine one, one four and five Chord progress and start to understand We know it's really important We as guitarists are not a difference, Between the key of g and the key of a and the key of d. We want to learn how to hear one and four voices There are also five and other various chords. So when we are listening to a song, we can already start Figure out what's going on with this song before we touch Guitar, it is very important to be able to do this. Once again, for me, I have taught for more than twenty-five years Now, I do n’t even know how long it is, Although it has been a long time. This is one of the things of many people, When you start talking, they tend to flinch Ear training and how to develop your hearing Make sounds and hear sounds and hear their relevance Go to other courses and develop that training ability. And I cannot stress how important this is Because it saves me so much time. When I want to learn how to teach a song, You know I might do thirty minutes of class, Someone came in and said, hey, I want to learn How to play what. (Click, click, click, clIck) You must be able to come up with that song immediately, Or you go to the club and there is someone there That said, hey, we hope you get up and play with us, We know these songs, you do n’t know these songs So what key did you go to and what chord did it use Anyway, anyway you start to be like that, Formulate what you will do in your mind So when they call you, you are ready. Or it may be your performance Will interfere with some people, Or you will try a band or something similar. You can get this situation faster, Use the song or song you want to play You have to play and be able to take it out correct answer, The more people tend to want to play with you, So I really hope you think about it. So I want to teach a concept How you do your training is easy, Is to learn how to think about the course Find out what the song is about by using your sixth string. Now let us say that I will have my wonderful Photographer, what he has to do is he will be blank This, I want to play chord progression, But the screen will turn black, so you ca n’t see it. Ok? What i want you to do is i want you to listen The chord I am playing, are you ready? Okay, so the screen is black, I want to play. (Guitar music) Now the screen is turned back on, you do n’t know What have I done, but you can hear the sound of chords. So you need to learn how to do it Effective ear training is able to analyze How many different chords have you just heard in your mind? Not many different changes, but how many different Color, how many different chords do you hear? The second question is what direction do these colors move? Have they moved off? Have they moved up? When will they move down? When will they move up? You start to learn how to train your mind And train your ears to hear those sounds. Ok, now we turn the screen black again And I will play the same thing again I hope you can hear this, are you ready? So we are gone, the screen is black, you ca n’t see me, Haha, we are gone. (Guitar music) The screen turns back on, Now you have to ask yourself again, How many different chord sounds have you heard? Yes, what direction are they moving? This is where the sixth string is absolutely necessary Because you have, the sixth string I should say, I ’m not sure if this is what I said but you have six strings, You have all these troubles, but the truth is, It plays the same pitch over and over again. So what I train people to do is use the sixth string Figure out how their chord progression will develop. Let us now bypass the primary and secondary sounds, Let's not worry about seven and nine points and everything That's it, let's focus on the actual chords Playing, when I play chord progression? Okay, so, for example, I will black out the screen again In one second, I will play chords Then we will come back with only one chord So we left, and the screen went black. (Guitar music) Now turn the screen back on, and now there is a sound (Play the guitar) One of the twelve notes between zero and twelve, No matter what chords there are in the history of music, It must be one of the twelve notes as the root. Okay, so chords can be primary, secondary, anyway We get there there is another step, but the first step What we need to understand is, what is that chord? So exiting the screen again, we are gone. (Guitar music) Then come back, so now what you do is you go Your sixth string. (Play the guitar) You will find that voice, Now like when I was young, I have records, some people may know what the record is, I will accept the needle, I will listen, Not the whole song, but I will listen At the very beginning of it, I will get one improvisation instead of five improvisations Because that's too much, my brain can't absorb this idea. I will take one or two or three different The chord progresses, the chord changes, I will listen to it If it doesn't stop there, I will stop Then I put the needle back and I listened again, Then I listen again I will hear my voice. Then I go to the guitar I will figure out what I just heard. So, ear training does n’t just know how to play Your chords and similar things, although you need to know This is about being able to recognize Sometimes it is theory, sometimes it is one and five And what we talked about in the last video. In this video, we are talking about Absolute sound, not one, five, four and six And all these things in theory. But from ear training to just getting core ear training. So once again, I got a black screen again, Here we blackened it. (Guitar music) Okay, now you know that your first chord is this, (Play the guitar) Because you came up with a note, now it takes time Develop it, we will discuss here Of course, okay? So I developed, Now I have to decide where the sound will rise or fall? (Play the guitar) So your answer is, How many different chords are there? There are three, there are multiple changes, But there are only three chords, This one, this one, and this one. Then the second thing is, it used to be you, Or the third thing, first is to find the root, The second thing is to figure out its direction Move and then the third thing is to figure out Mode, it is moving down, Then it came back. Down, down, Get up, get up. So you see you start to learn directional things, Okay, so no matter what others say, People will say, hey, you do n’t need music theory Learn how to play the guitar, yes, you do n’t. You do n’t need to choose, you do n’t need all your fingers, You do n’t need all the strings, There are a million things you do n’t need, right? I am telling you about music theory, basics Basic music theory and ear training can make your life It will be easier when you try Learn how to play songs. In the first video we learned the basic theory Can help us with ear training so that when we hear the song We don't know how to play, We can identify changes in chords. What we are doing now is that we are learning, I call it street theory and can hear Our ear training movements, not theory, But through our ear training, through visualization, right? We find a note that matches the root we heard, With proper listening, we will talk about this. We apply it and then we continue to learn how the direction works, Orienteering, will it fall, will it rise? How does it move? Okay, what does it sound like? We do this, So this is the next step I want you to start working A little bit, but like you are listening to a song, Maybe go to punk song, right? I used to like to use punk songs, if you like punk music, You can use blues music, basic blues music Don't go mad Find songs that are not fast and moderate Find songs that use the least amount of chord changes. So, if you go to Ramoene ’s songs most of the time, It wo n’t change a lot, You will see King BB's song or something similar. If you go , It wo n’t change a lot, an old Beatles early song or an early Rolling Stone Or something similar, again, not a lot of chord changes. Their goal is not (Play the guitar) To change the five hundred chord is to play music. So you can use them as a good example to try Figure out how to develop the foundation Ear training Again, this is why we are here. I invite you to continue to comment again, Let's talk about these things, You can go to the FaceBook community page, We can discuss these ear training elements, And the next video we will go deeper For this ear training, we will dive a little Further, I will give you some more tools Try and use, so be careful and practice hard.

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