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Old 8th October 2020 | Show parent
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Originally Posted by Honkermann View Post
The effect might also be due to the lingering effect of the previous key. It's not just that you're in a new key -- you're hearing it in term of the old key. If you shift from C minor to E minor, your ear will temporarily hear the E natural as a major third, even if the C was left behind in the previous measure.
wow! i totally buy that.