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Pure Pitch

THE COMPLETE ABSOLUTE PITCH AND


RELATIVE PITCH TRAINING KIT

2008 EDITION

By Ryan Cameron

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Introduction
Congratulations and welcome to Pure Pitch: The Complete Perfect Pitch and Relative
Pitch Training Kit. I have designed this program for musicians wishing to take their pitch
recognition skills to exciting new heights, without spending years in the process. This
program is perfect for complete beginners, as well as advanced musicians.

How This Course Is Structured


The Pure Pitch course is divided into 39 lessons, with each one building on the last. I
recommend that each lesson be practiced each day before moving on to the next lesson.
Of course if youre a quick learner you can do more. However, if youre a complete
beginner then please only move on to the following lessons when youre confident and
can score perfectly with all the exercises.
Pure Pitch is broken up into two sections, Note Recognition and Chord Recognition.
Below is an outline of how each lesson will be structured.

Note Recognition
1. Interval Comparison
Identify which interval is greater.
2. Interval Identification
Identify the name of the interval.
3. Anchor Note
Visualize and embed a note into your mind.

Chord Recognition
1. Chord Type Comparison
Identify the type of chord.
2. Chord Identification
Identify the name of the chord.

What Are Intervals


An interval is the distance between two notes. Below is an interval chart designed to
teach you all of the 23 musical intervals.

To read the Interval Chart start at the root note located in the left side column, then work
your way across. The bottom row intervals are for the second octave.

What Are Chords


Chords are 3 or more notes played simultaneously. In this course you will learn how to
identify chords by ear. Not only their type (i.e. major, minor, etc), but also their name
(i.e. C major, D minor, etc.).

Chords are covered in section 2 of the course. Each chord will be accompanied by a
piano diagram outlining how the chord is played.

Pitch vs. Tone (Key Points From Audio Lesson)


In order to master pitch recognition it is vital that you start listening to notes differently.
When listening to the notes notice how each instrument has a unique tone, but the pitch
remains the same. The trick to pitch recognition is to look past the instruments tone, and
listen directly to the frequency of the note.
A sine wave is very clean and is a great way to hear a note without the added tone.
Your goal should be to strip away the added tone of a note when you hear it and pick out
the wave frequency instead. By doing this your brain will be able to visualize and recall
pitches easily.

Note Awareness (Key Points From Audio Lesson)


The first real step in pitch recognition is to train your ear to hear a series of notes and
determine which one is higher or lower.
Audiation is the ability to hear notes in your mind. Now if youre like most people
youve experienced this sensation before. Have you ever listened to a song then for the
rest of the day you couldnt get the melody out of your head? Well, thats audiation.
Now, if you could imagine that note whenever you wanted and you knew it was a middle
C then imagine what you could do by memorizing all the notes. You would have perfect
pitch, and be able to name any note. This is why audiation is so important.
Each of the following lessons will outline various exercises which will allow you to start
memorizing notes and naming them. So lets get started.

SECTION I:
NOTE RECOGNITION

LESSON 1
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd
In this first lesson you will be learning how to identify three intervals, as well as
beginning the process of embedding your primary anchor note.
Experience has taught me that students who learn how to sing have a much higher
success rate with developing pitch recognition. This of course doesnt mean you need to
be a great singer, just someone who can sing each note in tune. The reason singing is so
effective for pitch recognition is that it allows you to hear notes in your mind and
translate the sound to how a particular note feels when singing.
Can you still use these techniques if you cant sing? Of course! But singing will make the
process easier. So the choice is up to you.
Below is an outline of each section of the lesson.

1. Interval Comparison
Step 1 of the exercises deals with identifying which interval is greater. These exercises
are designed to condition your inner ear to begin hearing intervals as having values. After
a short amount of practice you will be able to clearly discern which interval is greater.

2. Interval Identification
Step 2 of the Pure Pitch Method is learning how to identify intervals by name. You will
be tested on how well you recognize various intervals.
Interval Identification Tips
1. Always listen to how one note reacts to the following note. This will allow you to
systematically assess each interval and name it accordingly.
2. Pay attention to the unique character of each interval. This unique sound will never
change, and will remain constant regardless of the root note. For example, a perfect
5th has a very unique quality which is unchanged when moving from one key to
another.

3. Primary Anchor Note


The purpose of step 3 in the Pure Pitch Method is to learn how to start visualizing the
sound of notes and embedding them into your mind. This is the secret to developing
perfect pitch.
Embedding Tips
1. When hearing the note it is important that you visualize it ringing in your ear as if you
were actually hearing it.
2. When singing the note pay close attention to the way your vocal cords feel. When you
visualize the note imagine youre singing that same note, not only hearing it, but also
feeling the same sensations with your vocal cords.
Unison

Minor 2nd

Major 2nd

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd 15 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd 20 Questions
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. Embed C
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz C / C# / D 20 Questions

LESSON 2
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd
Lesson 2 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add to the mix a
minor 3rd interval.
Minor 3rd

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd 15 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd 20 Questions
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. Embed C
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 3
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd
Lesson 3 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major 3rd
interval.
Major 3rd

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd 15 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd 20 Questions
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. Embed C
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 4
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th
Lesson 4 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a perfect
4th interval.
Perfect 4th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th 15 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th 20 Questions
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. Embed C
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 5
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th
Lesson 5 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a
diminished 5th interval.
Diminished 5th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
15 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
20 Questions
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. Embed C
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 6
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th
Lesson 6 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a perfect
5th interval.
Perfect 5th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th 20 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th 25 Questions
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. Embed C
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 25 Questions

LESSON 7
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th
Lesson 7 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a minor 6th
interval.
Minor 6th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th 20 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th 25 Questions
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. Embed C
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 25 Questions

LESSON 8
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th
Lesson 8 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major 6th
interval.
Major 6th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th 20 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th 25 Questions
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. Embed C
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 25 Questions

LESSON 9
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th
Lesson 9 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a minor 7th
interval.
Minor 7th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th 25 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th 30 Questions
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. Embed C
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 30 Questions

LESSON 10
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th, Major 7th
Lesson 10 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major
7th interval.
Major 7th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th 25 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th 30 Questions
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. Embed C
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 30 Questions

LESSON 11
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th,
Major 7th, Octave
Lesson 11 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add an octave
interval.
Octave

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave 25 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave 30 Questions
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. Embed C
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 30 Questions

LESSON 12
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th,
Major 7th, Octave, Minor 9th
Lesson 12 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a minor
9th interval.
Minor 9th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th 25
Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th 30
Questions
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. Embed G (below middle C)
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 13
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th,
Major 7th, Octave, Minor 9th, Major 9th
Lesson 13 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major
9th interval.
Major 9th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th 25 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th 30 Questions
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. Embed G (below middle C)
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 14
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th,
Major 7th, Octave, Minor 9th, Major 9th, Augmented 9th
Lesson 14 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add an
augmented 9th interval.
Augmented 9th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th 25 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th 30 Questions
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. Embed G (below middle C)
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 15
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th,
Major 7th, Octave, Minor 9th, Major 9th, Augmented 9th,
Diminished 11th
Lesson 15 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a
diminished 11th interval.
Diminished 11th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th 25 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th 30 Questions
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. Embed G (below middle C)
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 16
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th,
Major 7th, Octave, Minor 9th, Major 9th, Augmented 9th,
Diminished 11th, Perfect 11th
Lesson 16 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a perfect
11th interval.
Perfect 11th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th 30 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th 35 Questions
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. Embed G (below middle C)
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 17
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th,
Major 7th, Octave, Minor 9th, Major 9th, Augmented 9th,
Diminished 11th, Perfect 11th, Augmented 11th
Lesson 17 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add an
augmented 11th interval.
Augmented 11th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th / Augmented 11th 30 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th / Augmented 11th 35 Questions
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. Embed G (below middle C)
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 18
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th,
Major 7th, Octave, Minor 9th, Major 9th, Augmented 9th,
Diminished 11th, Perfect 11th, Double Diminished 13th
Lesson 18 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a double
diminished 13th interval.
Double Diminished 13th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th / Augmented 11th / D. Diminished
13th 30 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th / Augmented 11th / D. Diminished
13th 35 Questions
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. Embed G (below middle C)
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 19
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th,
Major 7th, Octave, Minor 9th, Major 9th, Augmented 9th,
Diminished 11th, Perfect 11th, Augmented 11th,
Double Diminished 13th, Minor 13th
Lesson 19 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a minor
13th interval.
Minor 13th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th / Augmented 11th / D. Diminished
13th / Minor 13th 30 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th / Augmented 11th / D. Diminished
13th / Minor 13th 35 Questions
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. Embed G (below middle C)
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 20
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th,
Major 7th, Octave, Minor 9th, Major 9th, Augmented 9th,
Diminished 11th, Perfect 11th, Augmented 11th,
Double Diminished 13th, Minor 13th, Major 13th
Lesson 20 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major
13th interval.
Major 13th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th / Augmented 11th / D. Diminished
13th / Minor 13th / Major 13th 30 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th / Augmented 11th / D. Diminished
13th / Minor 13th / Major 13th 35 Questions
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. Embed G (below middle C)
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

LESSON 21
Unison, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th,
Diminished 5th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Major 6th, Minor 7th,
Major 7th, Octave, Minor 9th, Major 9th, Augmented 9th,
Diminished 11th, Perfect 11th, Augmented 11th, Double Diminished
13th, Minor 13th, Major 13th, Augmented 13th
Lesson 21 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add an
augmented 13th interval.
Augmented 13th

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Interval Comparison
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th / Augmented 11th / D. Diminished
13th / Minor 13th / Major 13th / Augmented 13th 30 Questions
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison / Minor 2nd / Major 2nd / Minor 3rd / Major 3rd / Perfect 4th / Diminished 5th
/ Perfect 5th / Minor 6th / Major 6th / Minor 7th / Major 7th / Octave / Minor 9th / Major
9th / Augmented 9th / Diminished 11th / Perfect 11th / Augmented 11th / D. Diminished
13th / Minor 13th / Major 13th / Augmented 13th 35 Questions
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. Embed G (below middle C)
2. Perfect Pitch Quiz 20 Questions

SECTION II:
CHORD RECOGNITION

LESSON 22
Minor
In this first lesson of section II, you will be learning how to identify minor chords, as well
as beginning the process of embedding your secondary anchor note.
Below is a diagram of a minor chord on the piano. A minor chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 5th.

Below is an outline of each section of the lesson.

1. Chord Type Comparison


Step 1 of the exercises deals with identifying the type of chord. These exercises are the
first piece in the puzzle to mastering chord recognition. After a short amount of practice
you will be able to clearly discern every chord type by ear.

2. Chord Identification
Step 2 is learning how to identify chords by name. This means that you will need to name
chords by type as well as naming the root note of the chord. This will challenge you and
put your previous anchor note training to the test.
Chord Identification Tips
1. Always listen to the root note, which will be the lowest in the chord. This will help
you to define the pitch and name the chord accordingly.
2. Listen to how each note of the chord reacts to the root note. This again will help you
identify the chord.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Minor 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor 20 Questions

LESSON 23
Minor, Major
Lesson 23 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major
chord.
Below is a diagram of a major chord on the piano. A major chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Major 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major 20 Questions

LESSON 24
Minor, Major, Suspended
Lesson 24 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a
suspended chord.
Below is a diagram of a suspended chord on the piano. A suspended chord is made up of
the following intervals: Root, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Suspended 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended 20 Questions

LESSON 25
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished
Lesson 25 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a
diminished chord.
Below is a diagram of a diminished chord on the piano. A diminished chord is made up
of the following intervals: Root, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Diminished 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished 20 Questions

LESSON 26
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented
Lesson 26 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add an
augmented chord.
Below is a diagram of an augmented chord on the piano. An augmented chord is made up
of the following intervals: Root, Major 3rd, Augmented 5th (or Minor 6th).

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Augmented 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented 20 Questions

LESSON 27
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6
Lesson 27 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a minor 6
chord.
Below is a diagram of a minor 6 chord on the piano. A minor 6 chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 6th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Minor 6 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 20 Questions

LESSON 28
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6
Lesson 28 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major 6
chord.
Below is a diagram of a major 6 chord on the piano. A major 6 chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 6th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Major 6 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 20
Questions

LESSON 29
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6,
Minor 7
Lesson 29 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a minor 7
chord.
Below is a diagram of a minor 7 chord on the piano. A minor 7 chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Minor 7 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 / Minor 7
20 Questions

LESSON 30
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6,
Minor 7, Dominant 7
Lesson 30 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a
dominant 7 chord.
Below is a diagram of a dominant 7 chord on the piano. A dominant 7 chord is made up
of the following intervals: Root, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Dominant 7 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 / Minor 7 /
Dominant 7 20 Questions

LESSON 31
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6,
Minor 7, Dominant 7, Major 7
Lesson 31 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major 7
chord.
Below is a diagram of a major 7 chord on the piano. A major 7 chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 7th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Major 7 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 / Minor 7 /
Dominant 7 / Major 7 20 Questions

LESSON 32
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6,
Minor 7, Dominant 7, Major 7, Minor 9
Lesson 32 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a minor 9
chord.
Below is a diagram of a major chord on the piano. A major chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 9th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Minor 9 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 / Minor 7 /
Dominant 7 / Major 7 / Minor 9 20 Questions

LESSON 33
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6,
Minor 7, Dominant 7, Major 7, Minor 9, Major 9
Lesson 33 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major 9
chord.
Below is a diagram of a major 9 chord on the piano. A major 9 chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 7th, Major 9th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Major 9 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 / Minor 7 /
Dominant 7 / Major 7 / Minor 9 / Major 9 20 Questions

LESSON 34
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6,
Minor 7, Dominant 7, Major 7, Minor 9, Major 9, Minor add 9
Lesson 34 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a minor
add 9 chord.
Below is a diagram of a minor add 9 chord on the piano. A minor add 9 chord is made up
of the following intervals: Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 9th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Minor add 9 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 / Minor 7 /
Dominant 7 / Major 7 / Minor 9 / Major 9 / Minor add 9 20 Questions

LESSON 35
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6,
Minor 7, Dominant 7, Major 7, Minor 9, Major 9, Minor add 9,
Major add 9
Lesson 35 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major
add 9 chord.
Below is a diagram of a major add 9 chord on the piano. A major add 9 chord is made up
of the following intervals: Root, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 9th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Major add 9 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 / Minor 7 /
Dominant 7 / Major 7 / Minor 9 / Major 9 / Minor add 9 / Major add 9 20 Questions

LESSON 36
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6,
Minor 7, Dominant 7, Major 7, Minor 9, Major 9, Minor add 9,
Major add 9, Minor 11
Lesson 36 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a minor
11 chord.
Below is a diagram of a minor 11 chord on the piano. A minor 11 chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 9th, Major 11th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Minor 11 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 / Minor 7 /
Dominant 7 / Major 7 / Minor 9 / Major 9 / Minor add 9 / Major add 9 / Minor 11 20
Questions

LESSON 37
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6,
Minor 7, Dominant 7, Major 7, Minor 9, Major 9, Minor add 9,
Major add 9, Minor 11, Major 11
Lesson 37 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major
11 chord.
Below is a diagram of a major 11 chord on the piano. A major 11 chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 7th, Major 9th, Major 11th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Major 11 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 / Minor 7 /
Dominant 7 / Major 7 / Minor 9 / Major 9 / Minor add 9 / Major add 9 / Minor 11 / Major
11 20 Questions

LESSON 38
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6,
Minor 7, Dominant 7, Major 7, Minor 9, Major 9, Minor add 9,
Major add 9, Minor 11, Major 11, Minor 13
Lesson 38 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a minor
13 chord.
Below is a diagram of a minor 13 chord on the piano. A minor 13 chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 9th, Major 11th,
Major 13th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Minor 13 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 / Minor 7 /
Dominant 7 / Major 7 / Minor 9 / Major 9 / Minor add 9 / Major add 9 / Minor 11 / Major
11 / Minor 13 20 Questions

LESSON 39
Minor, Major, Suspended, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 6, Major 6,
Minor 7, Dominant 7, Major 7, Minor 9, Major 9, Minor add 9,
Major add 9, Minor 11, Major 11, Minor 13, Major 13
Lesson 39 will continue from the previous lesson, except this time we will add a major
13 chord.
Below is a diagram of a major 13 chord on the piano. A major 13 chord is made up of the
following intervals: Root, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 7th, Major 9th, Major 11th,
Major 13th.

Exercises
For the exercises you will need a pen and paper to write down your answers. Once youre
finished turn to the back of this course book to check your answers.

1. Chord Type Comparison


1. Minor 13 15 Questions
2. Chord Identification
1. Minor / Major / Suspended / Diminished / Augmented / Minor 6 / Major 6 / Minor 7 /
Dominant 7 / Major 7 / Minor 9 / Major 9 / Minor add 9 / Major add 9 / Minor 11 / Major
11 / Minor 13 / Major 13 20 Questions

ANSWERS
Introduction
1. Note (Higher or Lower)
1. H L
2. L H
3. H L
4. H L
5. L H
6. H L
7. L H
8. L H
9. H L
10. L H

2. Chord (1 Note, 2 Notes, or 3 Notes)


1. 2
2. 1
3. 1
4. 3
5. 2
6. 3
7. 1
8. 3
9. 2
10. 2

Lesson 1
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 2
3. 1
4. 1
5. 2
6. 2
7. 2
8. 1
9. 2
10. 2
11. 1
12. 1
13. 2
14. 2
15. 1
2. Interval Identification
1. Minor 2nd
2. Unison
3. Minor 2nd
4. Major 2nd
5. Major 2nd
6. Unison
7. Major 2nd
8. Minor 2nd
9. Minor 2nd
10. Major 2nd
11. Minor 2nd
12. Major 2nd
13. Minor 2nd
14. Minor 2nd
15. Major 2nd
16. Unison
17. Major 2nd
18. Minor 2nd
19. Major 2nd
20. Unison

3. Primary Anchor Note


1. C4
2. D4
3. C4
4. C#4
5. D4
6. D4
7. C#4
8. C4
9. C#4
10. D4
11. C4
12. D4
13. C#4
14. C4
15. D4
16. C#4
17. C#4
18. D4
19. C4
20. C4

Lesson 2
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 2
3. 1
4. 1
5. 1
6. 1
7. 2
8. 2
9. 1
10. 1
11. 2
12. 1
13. 2
14. 1
15. 2
2. Interval Identification
1. Major 2nd
2. Minor 2nd
3. Minor 3rd
4. Minor 2nd
5. Minor 3rd
6. Unison
7. Minor 3rd
8. Minor 2nd
9. Major 2nd
10. Major 2nd
11. Minor 3rd
12. Minor 2nd
13. Major 2nd
14. Minor 3rd
15. Unison
16. Minor 3rd
17. Major 2nd
18. Minor 3rd
19. Major 2nd
20. Minor 2nd

3. Primary Anchor Note


1. D4
2. C#4
3. D#4
4. D#4
5. C4
6. C4
7. D4
8. C#4
9. D4
10. D#4
11. C4
12. C#4
13. D4
14. D4
15. C4
16. C4
17. D#4
18. D4
19. C4
20. C#4

Lesson 3
1. Interval Comparison
1. 1
2. 2
3. 1
4. 2
5. 2
6. 2
7. 1
8. 1
9. 1
10. 2
11. 1
12. 2
13. 2
14. 2
15. 2
2. Interval Identification
1. Unison
2. Minor 3rd
3. Major 2nd
4. Minor 3rd
5. Major 3rd
6. Major 2nd
7. Major 3rd
8. Major 2nd
9. Minor 3rd
10. Major 2nd
11. Major 3rd
12. Minor 2nd
13. Minor 3rd
14. Unison
15. Major 3rd
16. Major 2nd
17. Minor 3rd
18. Minor 2nd
19. Minor 3rd
20. Major 3rd

3. Primary Anchor Note


1. D#4
2. E4
3. D4
4. C4
5. C4
6. C#4
7. E4
8. D4
9. D#4
10. C4
11. E4
12. D#4
13. E4
14. D4
15. C4
16. D4
17. C#4
18. D#4
19. E4
20. C4

Lesson 4
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 2
3. 2
4. 2
5. 1
6. 2
7. 2
8. 2
9. 2
10. 2
11. 1
12. 1
13. 2
14. 2
15. 1
2. Interval Identification
1. Minor 2nd
2. Major 2nd
3. Major 3rd
4. Major 3rd
5. Minor 2nd
6. Minor 3rd
7. Minor 3rd
8. Perfect 4th
9. Major 3rd
10. Minor 3rd
11. Major 2nd
12. Perfect 4th
13. Minor 2nd
14. Minor 3rd
15. Major 2nd
16. Major 3rd
17. Unison
18. Major 2nd
19. Major 3rd
20. Perfect 4th

3. Primary Anchor Note


1. F4
2. E4
3. C4
4. D#4
5. C4
6. E4
7. F4
8. C#4
9. C4
10. D4
11. E4
12. C#4
13. D4
14. D#4
15. C4
16. F4
17. C#4
18. E4
19. D4
20. F4

Lesson 5
1. Interval Comparison
1. 1
2. 1
3. 1
4. 2
5. 1
6. 2
7. 2
8. 1
9. 1
10. 2
11. 1
12. 2
13. 1
14. 2
15. 2
2. Interval Identification
1. Minor 3rd
2. Diminished 5th
3. Major 2nd
4. Minor 2nd
5. Unison
6. Diminished 5th
7. Perfect 4th
8. Perfect 4th
9. Major 3rd
10. Major 2nd
11. Unison
12. Diminished 5th
13. Diminished 5th
14. Major 2nd
15. Minor 3rd
16. Major 2nd
17. Minor 2nd
18. Perfect 4th
19. Minor 3rd
20. Minor 3rd

3. Primary Anchor Note


1. F#4
2. C4
3. D#4
4. E4
5. F4
6. C#4
7. C4
8. D4
9. F#4
10. E4
11. C4
12. C#4
13. D#4
14. F4
15. E4
16. F#4
17. D#4
18. C4
19. C#4
20. F4

Lesson 6
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 1
3. 1
4. 1
5. 2
6. 2
7. 1
8. 1
9. 2
10. 1
11. 2
12. 2
13. 1
14. 1
15. 2
16. 1
17. 1
18. 1
19. 2
20. 2
2. Interval Identification
1. Minor 2nd
2. Major 2nd
3. Perfect 4th
4. Minor 3rd
5. Major 2nd
6. Perfect 5th
7. Major 3rd
8. Diminished 5th
9. Minor 2nd
10. Perfect 4th
11. Diminished 5th
12. Perfect 5th
13. Major 3rd
14. Major 3rd
15. Major 2nd
16. Diminished 5th
17. Minor 2nd
18. Perfect 5th

19. Diminished 5th


20. Major 2nd
21. Minor 2nd
22. Major 3rd
23. Major 3rd
24. Major 2nd
25. Minor 2nd
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. E4
2. D#4
3. G4
4. C4
5. F4
6. F#4
7. D4
8. C#4
9. C4
10. D4
11. D#4
12. E4
13. F#4
14. G4
15. F4
16. E4
17. G4
18. C#4
19. D4
20. C4
21. G4
22. F#4
23. F4
24. E4
25. D#4

Lesson 7
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 1
3. 1
4. 2
5. 2
6. 1
7. 1
8. 1
9. 1
10. 1
11. 2
12. 1
13. 2
14. 2
15. 2
16. 2
17. 1
18. 1
19. 2
20. 1
2. Interval Identification
1. Major 3rd
2. Perfect 4th
3. Diminished 5th
4. Perfect 5th
5. Minor 2nd
6. Perfect 5th
7. Minor 6th
8. Major 3rd
9. Perfect 4th
10. Unison
11. Minor 2nd
12. Major 2nd
13. Perfect 4th
14. Perfect 5th
15. Perfect 4th
16. Minor 6th
17. Major 2nd
18. Perfect 5th

19. Diminished 5th


20. Minor 3rd
21. Major 2nd
22. Diminished 5th
23. Minor 3rd
24. Minor 2nd
25. Minor 6th
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. G4
2. G#4
3. C4
4. C#4
5. D4
6. E4
7. F#4
8. C#4
9. D#4
10. F4
11. C4
12. G#4
13. F#4
14. G4
15. C4
16. D#4
17. D4
18. C#4
19. F4
20. G4
21. F#4
22. C4
23. D4
24. F4
25. G#4

Lesson 8
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 2
3. 2
4. 1
5. 1
6. 2
7. 2
8. 2
9. 2
10. 2
11. 1
12. 1
13. 2
14. 1
15. 1
16. 1
17. 2
18. 2
19. 2
20. 2
2. Interval Identification
1. Major 2nd
2. Minor 3rd
3. Perfect 4th
4. Minor 2nd
5. Perfect 4th
6. Minor 6th
7. Major 3rd
8. Perfect 4th
9. Major 6th
10. Diminished 5th
11. Unison
12. Minor 2nd
13. Perfect 5th
14. Perfect 4th
15. Diminished 5th
16. Major 6th
17. Minor 6th
18. Major 6th

19. Minor 6th


20. Perfect 4th
21. Perfect 5th
22. Minor 3rd
23. Major 2nd
24. Diminished 5th
25. Perfect 4th
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. F4
2. C4
3. D#4
4. E4
5. A4
6. G#4
7. F#4
8. C#4
9. D4
10. A4
11. G4
12. C4
13. D4
14. E4
15. G#4
16. A4
17. G4
18. E4
19. C4
20. D#4
21. G4
22. D4
23. C4
24. F4
25. E4

Lesson 9
1. Interval Comparison
1. 1
2. 2
3. 2
4. 2
5. 1
6. 1
7. 2
8. 2
9. 1
10. 1
11. 2
12. 1
13. 1
14. 1
15. 2
16. 2
17. 2
18. 2
19. 1
20. 1
21. 2
22. 2
23. 1
24. 2
25. 2
2. Interval Identification
1. Major 6th
2. Diminished 5th
3. Minor 3rd
4. Perfect 5th
5. Minor 7th
6. Perfect 4th
7. Major 2nd
8. Major 3rd
9. Diminished 5th
10. Minor 2nd
11. Minor 3rd
12. Major 2nd
13. Minor 7th

14. Minor 6th


15. Perfect 5th
16. Minor 6th
17. Major 6th
18. Major 2nd
19. Unison
20. Minor 6th
21. Perfect 5th
22. Major 2nd
23. Minor 6th
24. Diminished 5th
25. Diminished 5th
26. Perfect 4th
27. Minor 2nd
28. Minor 3rd
29. Major 6th
30. Minor 7th
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. C4
2. A#4
3. E4
4. G4
5. D#4
6. C4
7. G#4
8. A4
9. F4
10. D4
11. C#4
12. G#4
13. A4
14. C4
15. A#4
16. F4
17. E4
18. D4
19. C4
20. G#4
21. D#4
22. C#4
23. G4
24. A4
25. A#4

26. C4
27. F4
28. E4
29. G#4
30. A4

Lesson 10
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 2
3. 1
4. 2
5. 2
6. 1
7. 1
8. 2
9. 2
10. 2
11. 1
12. 1
13. 1
14. 2
15. 2
16. 2
17. 1
18. 2
19. 2
20. 1
21. 1
22. 2
23. 2
24. 1
25. 1
2. Interval Identification
1. Perfect 4th
2. Major 6th
3. Minor 2nd
4. Minor 3rd
5. Major 3rd
6. Perfect 5th
7. Minor 3rd
8. Perfect 5th
9. Minor 6th
10. Unison
11. Major 3rd
12. Perfect 4th
13. Major 7th

14. Perfect 4th


15. Minor 6th
16. Major 2nd
17. Minor 2nd
18. Perfect 5th
19. Minor 6th
20. Minor 7th
21. Minor 3rd
22. Major 7th
23. Diminished 5th
24. Major 6th
25. Major 2nd
26. Perfect 4th
27. Major 3rd
28. Minor 6th
29. Perfect 4th
30. Minor 3rd
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. D#4
2. D4
3. F4
4. B4
5. A4
6. C4
7. D#4
8. G4
9. A#4
10. B4
11. C#4
12. F#4
13. E4
14. G4
15. A4
16. C4
17. F4
18. C#4
19. D4
20. A#4
21. G#4
22. C4
23. A4
24. E4
25. F#4

26. G4
27. B4
28. B4
29. C4
30. A4

Lesson 11
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 2
3. 2
4. 1
5. 1
6. 2
7. 1
8. 1
9. 1
10. 1
11. 2
12. 2
13. 2
14. 2
15. 1
16. 1
17. 2
18. 2
19. 2
20. 2
21. 2
22. 1
23. 1
24. 1
25. 1
2. Interval Identification
1. Minor 2nd
2. Minor 3rd
3. Diminished 5th
4. Minor 7th
5. Minor 7th
6. Octave
7. Minor 6th
8. Minor 2nd
9. Perfect 4th
10. Minor 3rd
11. Perfect 4th
12. Minor 6th
13. Major 6th

14. Minor 6th


15. Major 6th
16. Minor 3rd
17. Unison
18. Perfect 5th
19. Major 7th
20. Major 6th
21. Major 3rd
22. Minor 3rd
23. Major 6th
24. Major 7th
25. Major 6th
26. Major 2nd
27. Minor 3rd
28. Perfect 4th
29. Minor 7th
30. Diminished 5th
3. Primary Anchor Note
1. G4
2. F#4
3. C5
4. E4
5. B4
6. C4
7. C#4
8. D4
9. G#4
10. D#4
11. F4
12. C4
13. G4
14. B4
15. F4
16. G#4
17. F#4
18. C#4
19. C5
20. C4
21. G4
22. B4
23. E4
24. A4
25. A#4

26. C5
27. B4
28. A#4
29. F4
30. A4

Lesson 12
1. Interval Comparison
1. 1
2. 2
3. 2
4. 2
5. 2
6. 2
7. 2
8. 1
9. 1
10. 2
11. 1
12. 1
13. 1
14. 2
15. 1
16. 2
17. 1
18. 2
19. 2
20. 1
21. 2
22. 1
23. 2
24. 1
25. 1
2. Interval Identification
1. Perfect 4th
2. Diminished 5th
3. Diminished 5th
4. Perfect 5th
5. Minor 9th
6. Major 3rd
7. Minor 7th
8. Minor 6th
9. Perfect 5th
10. Diminished 5th
11. Major 6th
12. Unison
13. Perfect 5th

14. Major 6th


15. Octave
16. Minor 2nd
17. Major 3rd
18. Octave
19. Major 6th
20. Diminished 5th
21. Minor 7th
22. Minor 2nd
23. Perfect 4th
24. Major 7th
25. Minor 3rd
26. Minor 3rd
27. Perfect 5th
28. Minor 6th
29. Minor 9th
30. Perfect 5th
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. A3
2. G3
3. A3
4. G#3
5. G#3
6. A3
7. A#3
8. G3
9. A3
10. G#3
11. G3
12. A#3
13. A3
14. A3
15. G#3
16. G3
17. A3
18. G#3
19. G3
20. A#3

Lesson 13
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 1
3. 2
4. 2
5. 1
6. 1
7. 2
8. 1
9. 2
10. 2
11. 2
12. 1
13. 1
14. 2
15. 2
16. 1
17. 1
18. 1
19. 2
20. 2
21. 2
22. 2
23. 1
24. 2
25. 1
2. Interval Identification
1. Minor 3rd
2. Minor 7th
3. Major 9th
4. Major 3rd
5. Minor 7th
6. Major 6th
7. Diminished 5th
8. Minor 3rd
9. Major 6th
10. Major 7th
11. Major 9th
12. Diminished 5th
13. Minor 9th

14. Perfect 5th


15. Major 6th
16. Unison
17. Minor 6th
18. Major 2nd
19. Minor 7th
20. Major 7th
21. Octave
22. Minor 3rd
23. Major 3rd
24. Perfect 5th
25. Minor 6th
26. Minor 9th
27. Perfect 4th
28. Major 2nd
29. Perfect 5th
30. Perfect 4th
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. G#3
2. A3
3. G3
4. B3
5. A3
6. A#3
7. B3
8. G3
9. B3
10. G#3
11. A#3
12. G3
13. A3
14. G3
15. G#3
16. B3
17. B3
18. A#3
19. A3
20. B3

Lesson 14
1. Interval Comparison
1. 1
2. 2
3. 2
4. 2
5. 1
6. 2
7. 1
8. 2
9. 1
10. 1
11. 1
12. 2
13. 2
14. 1
15. 1
16. 1
17. 1
18. 2
19. 2
20. 1
21. 2
22. 1
23. 1
24. 1
25. 2
2. Interval Identification
1. Major 6th
2. Perfect 4th
3. Major 6th
4. Minor 7th
5. Major 3rd
6. Major 2nd
7. Major 7th
8. Minor 2nd
9. Major 7th
10. Minor 3rd
11. Unison
12. Octave
13. Diminished 5th

14. Augmented 9th


15. Major 3rd
16. Major 7th
17. Major 6th
18. Major 9th
19. Minor 9th
20. Perfect 5th
21. Minor 7th
22. Perfect 5th
23. Major 2nd
24. Minor 7th
25. Perfect 4th
26. Major 7th
27. Octave
28. Octave
29. Minor 3rd
30. Minor 7th
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. C4
2. G3
3. A3
4. A#3
5. G#3
6. C4
7. B3
8. G3
9. A#3
10. G#3
11. A3
12. B3
13. C4
14. C4
15. B3
16. A#3
17. G#3
18. G3
19. A3
20. C4

Lesson 15
1. Interval Comparison
1. 1
2. 1
3. 2
4. 2
5. 1
6. 2
7. 2
8. 2
9. 2
10. 1
11. 2
12. 1
13. 2
14. 2
15. 1
16. 1
17. 2
18. 1
19. 1
20. 1
21. 2
22. 2
23. 1
24. 1
25. 2
2. Interval Identification
1. Diminished 5th
2. Minor 7th
3. Major 2nd
4. Augmented 9th
5. Octave
6. Minor 2nd
7. Perfect 4th
8. Minor 3rd
9. Major 6th
10. Major 9th
11. Diminished 11th
12. Major 9th
13. Augmented 9th

14. Perfect 5th


15. Perfect 4th
16. Major 7th
17. Perfect 5th
18. Augmented 9th
19. Minor 7th
20. Minor 3rd
21. Diminished 5th
22. Major 7th
23. Unison
24. Minor 9th
25. Major 7th
26. Minor 6th
27. Minor 6th
28. Perfect 4th
29. Major 2nd
30. Minor 9th
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. A3
2. G#3
3. A3
4. C#4
5. G3
6. B3
7. C4
8. B3
9. C#4
10. A#3
11. A3
12. G3
13. B3
14. G#3
15. A3
16. C4
17. B3
18. C#4
19. C#4
20. A#3

Lesson 16
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 2
3. 2
4. 2
5. 1
6. 2
7. 1
8. 1
9. 1
10. 2
11. 1
12. 1
13. 1
14. 1
15. 2
16. 1
17. 1
18. 2
19. 2
20. 1
21. 1
22. 2
23. 1
24. 2
25. 2
26. 1
27. 1
28. 1
29. 1
30. 2
2. Interval Identification
1. Major 9th
2. Diminished 5th
3. Minor 3rd
4. Perfect 4th
5. Perfect 5th
6. Minor 6th
7. Major 6th
8. Minor 2nd

9. Diminished 5th
10. Major 6th
11. Major 7th
12. Minor 7th
13. Major 9th
14. Major 7th
15. Major 6th
16. Minor 7th
17. Major 3rd
18. Augmented 9th
19. Minor 6th
20. Major 2nd
21. Major 6th
22. Diminished 11th
23. Minor 3rd
24. Minor 9th
25. Perfect 11th
26. Diminished 11th
27. Perfect 4th
28. Perfect 5th
29. Perfect 5th
30. Major 6th
31. Minor 7th
32. Octave
33. Major 9th
34. Perfect 11th
35. Minor 6th
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. C#4
2. D4
3. A3
4. G3
5. B3
6. C4
7. A#3
8. G3
9. G#3
10. C#4
11. B3
12. D4
13. D4
14. B3
15. C4

16. C#4
17. A#3
18. G#3
19. G3
20. A3
21. D4
22. C4
23. B3
24. G3
25. B3

Lesson 17
1. Interval Comparison
1. 1
2. 1
3. 2
4. 1
5. 1
6. 1
7. 2
8. 2
9. 1
10. 1
11. 2
12. 1
13. 2
14. 2
15. 1
16. 2
17. 2
18. 2
19. 1
20. 2
21. 2
22. 2
23. 2
24. 1
25. 2
26. 2
27. 1
28. 1
29. 2
30. 2
2. Interval Identification
1. Diminished 11th
2. Major 3rd
3. Minor 2nd
4. Minor 6th
5. Minor 7th
6. Minor 2nd
7. Diminished 11th
8. Minor 7th

9. Perfect 5th
10. Major 6th
11. Minor 7th
12. Major 7th
13. Augmented 9th
14. Minor 9th
15. Perfect 11th
16. Augmented 9th
17. Minor 3rd
18. Augmented 11th
19. Minor 6th
20. Major 3rd
21. Diminished 5th
22. Perfect 11th
23. Augmented 11th
24. Major 6th
25. Augmented 9th
26. Augmented 11th
27. Minor 6th
28. Major 2nd
29. Octave
30. Minor 7th
31. Minor 9th
32. Augmented 11th
33. Major 9th
34. Perfect 11th
35. Perfect 5th
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. C4
2. A3
3. D#4
4. G3
5. C4
6. D4
7. G#3
8. G3
9. A3
10. C#4
11. D#4
12. B3
13. A#3
14. C4
15. D4

16. D#4
17. G#3
18. B3
19. D4
20. A3
21. G3
22. B3
23. A#4
24. C#4
25. D4

Lesson 18
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 2
3. 1
4. 1
5. 2
6. 1
7. 1
8. 2
9. 2
10. 2
11. 2
12. 1
13. 2
14. 2
15. 2
16. 1
17. 1
18. 2
19. 2
20. 2
21. 1
22. 1
23. 2
24. 1
25. 1
26. 1
27. 2
28. 2
29. 2
30. 1
2. Interval Identification
1. Minor 6th
2. Minor 7th
3. Perfect 5th
4. Perfect 4th
5. Major 7th
6. Minor 3rd
7. Double Diminished 13th
8. Augmented 9th

9. Octave
10. Major 3rd
11. Major 6th
12. 17
13. Minor 9th
14. Perfect 11th
15. Diminished 11th
16. Minor 2nd
17. Major 2nd
18. Major 9th
19. Diminished 5th
20. Minor 6th
21. Double Diminished 13th
22. Augmented 11th
23. Augmented 9th
24. Augmented 9th
25. Minor 9th
26. Perfect 11th
27. Major 6th
28. Minor 3rd
29. Perfect 5th
30. Double Diminished 13th
31. Octave
32. Diminished 11th
33. Minor 9th
34. Major 3rd
35. Major 9th
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. C#4
2. B3
3. C4
4. A3
5. E4
6. G#3
7. A#3
8. E4
9. C4
10. G3
11. B3
12. A#3
13. A3
14. C4
15. D4

16. C#4
17. D#4
18. A#3
19. G#3
20. G3
21. E4
22. E4
23. D4
24. A3
25. G3

Lesson 19
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 2
3. 1
4. 1
5. 1
6. 2
7. 1
8. 1
9. 2
10. 1
11. 2
12. 2
13. 1
14. 1
15. 2
16. 1
17. 1
18. 1
19. 2
20. 1
21. 2
22. 2
23. 2
24. 2
25. 1
26. 2
27. 2
28. 1
29. 1
30. 1
2. Interval Identification
1. Minor 9th
2. Major 2nd
3. Perfect 4th
4. Diminished 5th
5. Octave
6. Double Diminished 13th
7. Major 7th
8. Major 6th

9. Diminished 5th
10. Major 9th
11. Minor 6th
12. Augmented 9th
13. Perfect 11th
14. Minor 7th
15. Double Diminished 13th
16. Diminished 11th
17. Major 2nd
18. Minor 13th
19. Augmented 11th
20. Perfect 4th
21. Major 7th
22. Augmented 9th
23. Perfect 11th
24. Perfect 5th
25. Major 9th
26. Diminished 11th
27. Perfect 4th
28. Minor 6th
29. Minor 9th
30. Minor 9th
31. Augmented 9th
32. Diminished 11th
33. Diminished 5th
34. Perfect 5th
35. Minor 2nd
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. F4
2. D4
3. A#3
4. G#3
5. G3
6. F4
7. E4
8. C#4
9. D4
10. G#3
11. C4
12. G3
13. A3
14. B3
15. F4

16. E4
17. G3
18. A#3
19. G3
20. A3
21. D4
22. E4
23. D#4
24. F4
25. C#4
26. B3
27. C4
28. A3
29. G#3
30. A#3

Lesson 20
1. Interval Comparison
1. 2
2. 1
3. 1
4. 2
5. 1
6. 1
7. 2
8. 2
9. 2
10. 2
11. 2
12. 1
13. 2
14. 1
15. 1
16. 1
17. 2
18. 2
19. 2
20. 1
21. 1
22. 1
23. 2
24. 1
25. 1
26. 2
27. 1
28. 2
29. 2
30. 2
2. Interval Identification
1. Perfect 5th
2. Perfect 4th
3. Minor 7th
4. Double Diminished 13th
5. Major 7th
6. Diminished 5th
7. Minor 2nd
8. Minor 3rd

9. Major 6th
10. Minor 9th
11. Minor 3rd
12. Major 9th
13. Minor 13th
14. Augmented 9th
15. Perfect 11th
16. Octave
17. Perfect 4th
18. Minor 9th
19. Major 13th
20. Diminished 11th
21. Augmented 11th
22. Major 3rd
23. Diminished 11th
24. Octave
25. Augmented 9th
26. Major 9th
27. Perfect 5th
28. Augmented 11th
29. Major 13th
30. Perfect 11th
31. Minor 13th
32. Major 9th
33. Minor 3rd
34. Minor 7th
35. Minor 6th
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. F4
2. F#4
3. A3
4. G3
5. C4
6. A#3
7. G#3
8. B3
9. D#4
10. B3
11. D4
12. A3
13. G3
14. E4
15. F#4

16. F4
17. E4
18. D#4
19. G#3
20. B3
21. C#4
22. A3
23. C4
24. D4
25. G#3
26. A#3
27. F4
28. E4
29. F#4
30. G3

Lesson 21
1. Interval Comparison
1. 1
2. 2
3. 1
4. 2
5. 2
6. 2
7. 2
8. 1
9. 2
10. 1
11. 2
12. 2
13. 2
14. 2
15. 2
16. 2
17. 1
18. 2
19. 1
20. 1
21. 1
22. 1
23. 2
24. 2
25. 1
26. 2
27. 2
28. 1
29. 2
30. 1
2. Interval Identification
1. Major 2nd
2. Double Diminished 13th
3. Perfect 5th
4. Major 3rd
5. Minor 6th
6. Minor 2nd
7. Major 9th
8. Perfect 4th

9. Minor 7th
10. Augmented 13th
11. Diminished 11th
12. Diminished 5th
13. Major 13th
14. Augmented 11th
15. Augmented 9th
16. Octave
17. Major 6th
18. Minor 9th
19. Minor 13th
20. Major 9th
21. Minor 13th
22. Perfect 11th
23. Augmented 9th
24. Augmented 13th
25. Augmented 11th
26. Perfect 5th
27. Unison
28. Major 7th
29. Diminished 11th
30. Octave
31. Major 3rd
32. Minor 6th
33. Major 7th
34. Major 13th
35. Augmented 9th
3. Secondary Anchor Note
1. E4
2. C#4
3. A3
4. D#4
5. G4
6. F#4
7. G#3
8. A3
9. G3
10. B3
11. G4
12. B3
13. F#4
14. D#4
15. F4

16. A3
17. G4
18. D4
19. C4
20. G3
21. C#4
22. F#4
23. F4
24. A3
25. G#3
26. G4
27. B3
28. D#4
29. A#3
30. G3

Lesson 22
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 1
2. 1
3. 2
4. 1
5. 2
6. 1
7. 2
8. 1
9. 1
10. 2
11. 2
12. 1
13. 2
14. 1
15. 2
2. Chord Identification
1. C Minor
2. D Minor
3. G# Minor
4. F Minor
5. A# Minor
6. F# Minor
7. A# Minor
8. F# Minor
9. D# Minor
10. C Minor
11. A# Minor
12. C# Minor
13. E Minor
14. F Minor
15. G# Minor
16. G Minor
17. F# Minor
18. D# Minor
19. C# Minor
20. D Minor

Lesson 23
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 1
2. 2
3. 1
4. 1
5. 2
6. 1
7. 1
8. 1
9. 2
10. 1
11. 1
12. 2
13. 1
14. 2
15. 1
2. Chord Identification
1. D Minor
2. A# Major
3. E Major
4. D# Minor
5. B Minor
6. E Major
7. B Major
8. A Major
9. C Minor
10. E Minor
11. G# Major
12. F Minor
13. F Major
14. F# Major
15. B Minor
16. E Major
17. F Minor
18. B Major
19. D# Minor
20. G# Minor

Lesson 24
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 1
2. 2
3. 2
4. 1
5. 1
6. 2
7. 1
8. 1
9. 2
10. 2
11. 1
12. 2
13. 2
14. 2
15. 2
2. Chord Identification
1. A# Suspended
2. C# Minor
3. D# Suspended
4. F# Major
5. C# Minor
6. B Major
7. C Suspended
8. B Major
9. D Minor
10. F Major
11. A Suspended
12. F# Minor
13. D Minor
14. G Suspended
15. C Major
16. F Suspended
17. E Major
18. D Minor
19. C Suspended
20. D# Major

Lesson 25
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 1
2. 2
3. 1
4. 2
5. 1
6. 1
7. 2
8. 2
9. 1
10. 1
11. 2
12. 1
13. 1
14. 1
15. 2
2. Chord Identification
1. E Minor
2. D Major
3. B Major
4. D Diminished
5. C Major
6. G Suspended
7. D Minor
8. C Diminished
9. E Major
10. E Suspended
11. B Minor
12. A# Diminished
13. D# Minor
14. C# Diminished
15. E Minor
16. F Suspended
17. D Major
18. F# Diminished
19. B Minor
20. E Suspended

Lesson 26
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 2
2. 2
3. 1
4. 1
5. 2
6. 2
7. 1
8. 2
9. 2
10. 2
11. 1
12. 2
13. 2
14. 2
15. 1
2. Chord Identification
1. D Suspended
2. C Minor
3. D# Major
4. E Diminished
5. C# Diminished
6. G# Minor
7. D Augmented
8. E Augmented
9. D Minor
10. D# Minor
11. C Major
12. B Augmented
13. C# Augmented
14. E Major
15. G Major
16. B Suspended
17. C Augmented
18. E Diminished
19. D Suspended
20. D# Major

Lesson 27
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 2
2. 1
3. 1
4. 2
5. 1
6. 2
7. 1
8. 2
9. 2
10. 2
11. 2
12. 2
13. 1
14. 2
15. 2
2. Chord Identification
1. F# Major
2. D Diminished
3. C# Minor
4. E Minor 6
5. B Major
6. C Augmented
7. D Major
8. D Minor 6
9. E Minor
10. F Suspended
11. A Diminished
12. D# Augmented
13. F Minor 6
14. F Major
15. A Suspended
16. C Diminished
17. D# Major
18. F# Minor
19. C Suspended
20. G Minor 6

Lesson 28
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 1
2. 1
3. 2
4. 1
5. 2
6. 1
7. 1
8. 1
9. 2
10. 1
11. 1
12. 2
13. 2
14. 1
15. 2
2. Chord Identification
1. D Augmented
2. A Minor
3. E Major
4. D# Suspended
5. B Major 6
6. C# Diminished
7. E Minor
8. F Suspended
9. F# Major
10. E Minor 6
11. D Major 6
12. F# Augmented
13. B Major 6
14. A Diminished
15. G# Suspended
16. A# Augmented
17. C# Major
18. G# Minor 6
19. D Major
20. F Major 6

Lesson 29
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 2
2. 1
3. 2
4. 2
5. 1
6. 1
7. 2
8. 2
9. 2
10. 1
11. 2
12. 2
13. 2
14. 2
15. 1
2. Chord Identification
1. B Diminished
2. F# Suspended
3. D# Minor
4. C Major
5. D Minor 7
6. E Major 6
7. A Suspended
8. D# Minor
9. E Minor 6
10. C# Diminished
11. F Minor 7
12. E Augmented
13. D# Minor 6
14. F Major 6
15. G Major
16. A# Minor 7
17. D Augmented
18. F Suspended
19. E Diminished
20. G# Minor 6

Lesson 30
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 1
2. 2
3. 1
4. 1
5. 1
6. 2
7. 2
8. 1
9. 1
10. 2
11. 2
12. 2
13. 1
14. 1
15. 1
2. Chord Identification
1. C Minor 7
2. D Major
3. G# Diminished
4. C# Suspended
5. D# Dominant 7
6. F Minor 6
7. G Augmented
8. F Major 6
9. G Minor 6
10. E Minor 7
11. C# Dominant 7
12. E Minor
13. D Major 6
14. F# Suspended
15. B Major 6
16. B Dominant 7
17. E Diminished
18. E Minor 7
19. F# Augmented
20. D Major 6

Lesson 31
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 2
2. 1
3. 1
4. 2
5. 1
6. 2
7. 1
8. 2
9. 2
10. 1
11. 1
12. 2
13. 1
14. 2
15. 2
2. Chord Identification
1. F Major
2. G Minor 6
3. F Augmented
4. D Diminished
5. E Minor 7
6. C# Suspended
7. G Major 7
8. E Dominant 7
9. C Major 7
10. D# Minor
11. D Major 6
12. C Major
13. D# Dominant 7
14. A Diminished
15. E Suspended
16. A Minor 6
17. E Major 7
18. F Major 6
19. D# Suspended
20. C Dominant 7

Lesson 32
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 1
2. 2
3. 2
4. 2
5. 1
6. 2
7. 1
8. 1
9. 2
10. 1
11. 2
12. 1
13. 1
14. 2
15. 1
2. Chord Identification
1. D Diminished
2. F Suspended
3. C# Major 6
4. C Minor
5. D Dominant 7
6. C Major 7
7. F Minor 7
8. D Minor 9
9. D# Dominant 7
10. F Augmented
11. E Minor 7
12. G Minor
13. F Minor 9
14. G Suspended
15. B Major 6
16. C Major 7
17. C# Minor 9
18. E Suspended
19. A# Diminished
20. F Minor 6

Lesson 33
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 2
2. 2
3. 1
4. 2
5. 1
6. 2
7. 1
8. 1
9. 2
10. 2
11. 1
12. 1
13. 2
14. 1
15. 2
2. Chord Identification
1. F Minor
2. G Major
3. C Major 9
4. A Diminished
5. C# Minor 6
6. F Dominant 7
7. D Major 9
8. E Minor 9
9. F# Minor 6
10. A# Suspended
11. D Minor
12. F Major 9
13. C# Major 9
14. F# Augmented
15. D Minor 7
16. F# Major 6
17. B Major 9
18. G Major
19. D# Diminished
20. C# Dominant 7

Lesson 34
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 1
2. 1
3. 2
4. 1
5. 2
6. 1
7. 2
8. 2
9. 1
10. 1
11. 2
12. 1
13. 2
14. 1
15. 2
2. Chord Identification
1. D Augmented
2. F# Major 6
3. D# Minor 7
4. C Minor
5. D Major
6. E Minor 6
7. C# Minor add 9
8. C Major 9
9. E Major 7
10. F Diminished
11. A Suspended
12. F# Minor 7
13. D# Major 9
14. B Minor
15. G Major 6
16. F Dominant 7
17. C Minor add 9
18. D# Minor 6
19. A Minor
20. C Minor 9

Lesson 35
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 2
2. 1
3. 2
4. 1
5. 1
6. 1
7. 2
8. 2
9. 2
10. 1
11. 2
12. 1
13. 2
14. 1
15. 2
2. Chord Identification
1. C Minor 7
2. F Major 9
3. B Minor add 9
4. C# Augmented
5. G Minor 6
6. D# Dominant 7
7. A Major add 9
8. C# Minor 9
9. D# Major add 9
10. A# Suspended
11. F# Diminished
12. E Major 7
13. B Minor 9
14. D Major 6
15. F# Major 7
16. E Minor 7
17. G# Suspended
18. C Dominant 7
19. G Diminished
20. A# Major add 9

Lesson 36
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 2
2. 1
3. 2
4. 1
5. 1
6. 2
7. 1
8. 2
9. 2
10. 1
11. 1
12. 2
13. 2
14. 1
15. 2
2. Chord Identification
1. D Minor 9
2. E Major add 9
3. G Minor 6
4. B Minor
5. F Dominant 7
6. C# Minor 11
7. D# Minor add 9
8. C Major 9
9. F# Major 7
10. G Diminished
11. D# Suspended
12. C Major 6
13. E Minor
14. C# Dominant 7
15. E Major add 9
16. F# Major
17. G# Augmented
18. A# Minor 7
19. G# Minor 11
20. G# Diminished

Lesson 37
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 1
2. 1
3. 2
4. 2
5. 2
6. 1
7. 1
8. 2
9. 1
10. 2
11. 2
12. 1
13. 2
14. 2
15. 1
2. Chord Identification
1. F# Major 6
2. A Dominant 7
3. F# Major 7
4. E Suspended
5. G Minor add 9
6. C Major 9
7. G# Minor 6
8. D Major 11
9. D# Major add 9
10. A# Minor
11. C Major 7
12. A Minor 11
13. G# Suspended
14. F Major 7
15. A# Minor add 9
16. D# Augmented
17. F# Minor 6
18. G# Minor 9
19. A Major 11
20. D Major 7

Lesson 38
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 1
2. 1
3. 2
4. 1
5. 2
6. 2
7. 1
8. 1
9. 1
10. 2
11. 1
12. 1
13. 2
14. 2
15. 2
2. Chord Identification
1. D# Major 7
2. F# Minor
3. C Major add 9
4. G Dominant 7
5. C# Minor 6
6. A Major 11
7. C Minor add 9
8. G Minor 13
9. E Minor add 9
10. G Suspended
11. C# Minor 7
12. C# Major 11
13. D Augmented
14. C Major 7
15. D# Minor 6
16. B Minor 7
17. C Minor add 9
18. A Minor 13
19. C Minor 11
20. D# Major 9

Lesson 39
1. Chord Type Comparison
1. 2
2. 1
3. 1
4. 2
5. 2
6. 1
7. 2
8. 1
9. 2
10. 2
11. 1
12. 1
13. 2
14. 1
15. 1
2. Chord Identification
1. A# Major 11
2. D# Minor 7
3. F# Major 6
4. E Minor add 9
5. D# Dominant 7
6. G Major 13
7. A# Major add 9
8. C Minor 11
9. F Minor 6
10. A# Diminished
11. D# Major 7
12. F Major 9
13. C# Minor
14. F# Dominant 7
15. G Major
16. A Minor 7
17. D# Minor 6
18. G# Minor 11
19. C Minor 13
20. A Major 11