|I created my Morse training videos to
help me to learn Morse. I found that SENDING Morse
is way easier than receiving Morse. I was
proficient at sending, but not so good at receiving. While I
knew all the letters from A to Z and could send them, I had a hard time
hearing them. I could hear the dots and dashes, I just
couldn't hear the letters. I found that I had
developed the habit of "visualizing" the dots and dashes when
sending, and that habit of trying to visualize the dots and dashes when
receiving just doesn't work for me.
I had to be able to "hear" the letters VS "seeing" the
letters when receiving.
number one goes through the alphabet, A to Z, in order.
First the morse code is keyed. Then a
brief pause for the listener to have time to recall the letter, then
the letter is spoken. I found this video helped me to get
familiar with learning the letters, but it had the drawback taht I was
able to "guess" the correct letter since they were in sequential order.
two is a more advanced learning technique and it is also
in the same format. First the morse code, then a pause, then
the letter is spoken. In video number two, the letters of the
alphabet are mixed up in no particular order, so the listener cannot
correctly guess the correct letter simply my ranging its position in
the alphabet. Thus, video number two is a little more
If you are not familiar with Morse at all, I suggest you start with
Video number one, then proceed to video number two once you are
familiar with the code.
I have provided audio mp3 files below for those who want to save to their phones or desktop.
Click on the link below to open the file, then use right-click/save audio as to save the audio file to your computer.
Video number one ~ audio only (mp3 format)
Video number two ~ audio only (mp3 format)
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