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- We've talked about adjusting the intonation within chords to make them sound "correct." Tuning intervals to be mathematically correct is called "equal temperament." Tuning intervals to sound correct is called "just intonation." Watch the video below explaining how we moved from "just" to "equal" tuning and the other systems (and problems) that took place in between. You can watch this on your own or in a group.
Confused yet? :-) Check out the short video clip below. It has a representation of these intervals that helps you see/hear what intervals are like when they are "in" or "out" of tune.
In groups of 3-5, create a Kahoot quiz about intonation of 20 questions using information from these videos. Be sure every question has a clear answer based on the information presented here. No "trick" questions. You can have up to 2 "silly" questions but, all answers for those questions must be "correct."
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