Musical Perception Training (MPT) Courses offer instruction and listening exercises for foundational musical perception skills.
Courses are designed to be either self-guided by the listener or they can be used interactively by an enrolled instructor.Instructors may select training activities that target desired auditory skill sets. Courses are captioned with a brief description of the primary listening task and the auditory skills that may apply.
One-time payment of the course fee allows access to the information for as long as the course is open. While the intent is for courses to be available indefinitely, there may be times when courses are closed or restructured at the discretion of the content creator. This may occur with or without notice. Course fees are non-refundable.
You will hear a single note played by different instruments. The pitch of the note is the same, but the instrument timbre will change. The timbre (pronounced “TAMBER”) of an instrument is the quality of the sound that an instrument makes which make its sounds unique from other instruments.
MPT 120 Instrument ID 2:
Dichotic Listening, Integration/Separation