We have selected the very best music theory program, perfect pitch courses, ear training software, music sight singing books. With these wonderful self-study tools, you will be able to play piano by ear, sight sing, read music intervals, develop your music theory, including relative pitch training and perfect pitch training. Also listed are ear training CDs and sight singing exercises.
David-Lucas Burge’s Ear-Training Super Course is the #1 best-selling ear-training method! I met David personally when he first started doing his workshops in the 1980s and can tell
you that he really knows what he is talking about! Before David’s system, it was assumed that you had to be born with perfect pitch. He has proven that completely wrong with his perfect pitch ear training course. But I want to make sure you consider getting his relative pitch ear training course because this is often more useful than perfect pitch and this is the best program of this type that I’ve found. I recommend it to all of my private students. (Above links will trigger a $30 discount!)
The Secrets to Playing Piano by Ear! by Jermaine Griggs. This home-study course consists of a 300-page information-loaded workbook/CD combo packed with tons of useful diagrams, charts, notations, techniques, secrets, principles, articles, and sound examples. These techniques have been tested and proven to work with literally anyone regardless of age and musical experience. Full money-back guarantee!
Made for comfort and durability, HearFones® do their job
without batteries or cords, helping singers — for the very first time — study their own voice as they rehearse. They dramatically improve your ability to hear your own voice. This helps with pitch training and ear training exercises, such as the ones outlined in the Secrets of Singing on Pitch.
Melodia - A Course In Sight-Singing Solfeggio, Complete (books I-IV) In 200 pages, and over 1,500 one- and two-part melodious exercises, the authors lead the student from the simplest of scales to the most complex music a choir is likely to encounter in traditional music.