Yeah, but it will take a long time, it will be less tedious if you just learn how to count. Its hard at first but its worth it
Playing by ear can be improved by practicing. Though, some people are better at it than others because they have a “natural” talent for it. Also it depends on what kind of teacher you have if you’re taking lessons. My brother and I started to take piano lessons at the same time. His teacher taught him mostly by ear and mines by sight.
If you want to learn by ear, I would recommend finding a teacher that teaches ear training, but you can also listen to some easy songs than have a basic bass line. If you pick up that part, the right hand will follow. My brother’s now a professional piano teacher (ear and sight training) and he teaches me.
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I think it’s perfectly doable – especially if you follow a structured course and STAY MOTIVATED! (Structuring learning and msintaining motivation is the advantage of having a teacher!)
I haven’t checked out this site properly yet (I’m sure there’s some great info to be found), but I personally recommend David Lucas Burge’s
Relative Pitch Ear Training Course – execellent stuff!
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