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    I remember there being some website that lots of the musicians used to recommend on here, to revise the listening, I think. Does anyone know what it was, or have anything else to recommend?

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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    I remember there being some website that lots of the musicians used to recommend on here, to revise the listening, I think. Does anyone know what it was, or have anything else to recommend?

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    I used LTScotland's Learn Listening Online. The A to Z dictionary is especially good for learning the concepts, often with audible examples.
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    I used LTScotland's Learn Listening Online. The A to Z dictionary is especially good for learning the concepts, often with audible examples.
    This is the one that is always posted on TSR. I also used it when I was doing higher music (recommended through my teacher). It's pretty good. It's quite difficult to understand a concept if you don't have a musical example to listen to but LTS provide examples.
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    Thanks guys, can't rep either of you, sadly. :p:
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    I remember there being some website that lots of the musicians used to recommend on here, to revise the listening, I think. Does anyone know what it was, or have anything else to recommend?

    Ta muchly
    musiclisteningrevision.co.uk is another useful one. Personally, I find this more useful than the LTS one.
 
 
 
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