Using Earmaster to get started in Solfege

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Using Earmaster to get started in Solfege

Postby Manul » Aug 07, 2015 2:24 am

Hi all,

I think I saw a post (probably by Quentin) earlier in this forum explaining how to best use Earmaster to get started with Solfege. However, I can't find it anymore - can anybody point me there or give me some hints to get me started?

On a more general note, since I've never ventured into Solfege before: Any hints for good (online) resources about the best way to get started and generally what the benefits of Solfege are?

Thanks in advance!

Manuel

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Re: Using Earmaster to get started in Solfege

Postby Quentin » Sep 01, 2015 3:47 am

Hi Manuel,

The lessons included in the Standard Course of EarMaster Pro 6 for the Interval Singing activity are actually a sort of introduction to singing notes using solfege syllables. :)
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