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Development of Technical Listening Skills: Timbre Solfeggio

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Timbre memory and sensitivity to timbre changes are two important factors that influence the career of a sound engineer. Both skills can be developed successfully by training on a systematic basis. A special course in timbre perception, called timbre solfeggio, is given in the Sound Recording Department at the Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw, Poland.

JAES Volume 33 Issue 4 pp. 240-244; April 1985
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