How to Sing in Tune
What you’ll learn
You will have a clearer understanding of musical intervals (the distance between notes)
You will sing with more confidence, knowing exactly where to locate the pitch of every note
You will develop the muscle memory necessary to “feel” where each note should be placed in the throat
You’re convinced that you have good singing pitch, but you keep receiving feedback from others that you’re not quite “on” all the time;
You want to develop your musical ear to be able to detect the slightest imperfection in your and others’ intonation;
You’re ready to take a definite step toward sounding really professional…
Then…this course is for you!
Many singers believe that, in order to have good pitch, all it takes is having some basic vocal technique, and that will do it. Good pitch, however, comes primarily from training the ear; then you need a solid vocal technique in order to seamlessly translate what your ear perceives into a good singing tone.
This course will focus primarily on ear training. Since it’s targeted for intermediate singers, we’re assuming that whoever takes this course already has some basic knowledge of singing technique (although some of the essentials will be touched on at the beginning of the course as a reminder). If you don’t have any knowledge of singing technique, I recommend you first take my other course, Singing For Busy People.
Who this course is for:
- This course is for intermediate/advanced singers who already have some vocal training but find it hard to sing with good pitch.
- Are you convinced that you have good pitch, and yet you’re getting feedback from others that you’re not quite on all the time? Then this course is for you!
- Scales and Arpeggios: The Nuts and Bolts of Music
- Big Jumps
- Mixing Things Up!
- Advanced Pitch Training
- How to Improve Pitch on a Specific Song
- Continuing Education