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#beginquote# Archangel, It sounds like you are talking about what musicians call Aural Training (or "Oral Straining," as some of us come to call it). Basically meaning being able to hear notes or combinations of notes and figure out where they are on the staff just by listening to them. Trust me, if you are having problems you are not alone. It is a very tough thing to do, especially at the upper levels of proficiency, but here is an actual software program that might be of help to you:
GNU Solfege Software
This is a freeware program that helps train people in exactly the area I think you are hoping to learn about. Try it and see what happens! --------------------------- Chad Criswell Director of Bands Western Dubuque High School www.musicedmagic.com forum.musicedmagic.com #endquote#
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