Technical ear training is a method to improve the ability to focus on a specific sound attribute and to communicate using the vocabularies and units shared in the industry. In designing the successful course in a sound engineers’ educational institution, it is essential to have the gradual increase of the task difficulty. In this e-Brief the authors report the relation between spectral envelope modifications on the music excerpts and the resulting objective score through the training, with variations on the music excerpts and difficulty levels.
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