How to Fix Flat Singing – Sing On Pitch – Felicia Ricci

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This video explains the most common reasons why singers fall or sing flat (beneath pitch) which breaks down to: (1) Not enough breath support, or, more commonly, (2) not enough space in the face and mouth to allow the pitch to resonate.

Staying on pitch for singing requires also that you anticipate jumps in notes, like ascending intervals, and it’s important to get your “landing gear” out and ready BEFORE you land (sing a note).

If you’ve been told you have “pitch problems,” don’t worry. Learning how to stay on pitch is simpler than you think. Learning how not to sing flat takes some practice so your cords have more control, but it also is a mental process. And the more you can utilize these mental cues, the better pitch you will have!

As a professional voice finder, it’s my sworn duty to teach you how to find your singing voice! Learning how to improve your singing voice is all about simple, achievable steps that make SENSE to you. All of us learn how to sing on our own timeline, and certain things will click more than others. But it’s important that YOU understand your voice more than anyone else — learning how to be a good singer is, in many ways, getting to know yourself 🙂 If you feel you don’t yet know how to sing like a pro, be patient — every baby step and daily practice session helps. (And I’ll keep posting new vids to help you!)
xo Fel

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40 thoughts on “How to Fix Flat Singing – Sing On Pitch – Felicia Ricci

  1. MySpiritualRomance says:

    I wish that you would be my singing teacher!, there aren’t very many where
    I am :o

  2. Thank you for this video. It’s excellent.

    I think I tend to overstep some notes by a hair and heard someone once say
    that you should try to aim for the “sad side” of a note when singing. Have
    you ever heard of that before? Is it possible to do that without being

  3. onediva69 says:

    awesome teacher. I got better already

  4. Julianne Jane Santos says:

    I can’t sing😞😞😭😭😭

  5. Jessica Moore says:

    Very helpful. I am new to singing and was trying to figure out how to get
    out of that flat area. These tricks helped me immediately. Not like I just
    became Mariah Carey, but I’m feeling better while singing.

  6. irakli zhvania says:

    You are doing such great job

  7. Ted Grizzly says:

    These tips where super helpful, now if only i could stop laughing XD great
    tips though!

  8. Malicious MaFia says:

    i do not know a proper way to say bye lol bye Felicia

  9. Jesha Little says:

    Oh man. Your videos are AMAZING! thank you so much!

  10. Broken Heart says:

    your the best teacher!!! cool… great explanation

  11. Lolla Ola says:

    Thank you so much; you’ve made me a much happier singer now!

  12. Regan Hale says:

    I don’t even realise I’m off key :/ How do I you know, not be tone deaf? xD
    I’m serious, though.

  13. Yein's Kookie says:

    4:12 I’m laughing 😂😂

  14. says:

    Thank you … it really is helpful listening to your tips and lessons.. 🙂
    and you are very motivating….

  15. Darick Robertson says:

    That owl is freaking me out.

  16. Coherent Osin Ello says:

    50 seconds: ah shes not teaching me much ,
    3:00: hmmmm
    5:00: D: I GET IT.
    Its been 8 years, that ive been singing. I finally. know what you mean by
    space. Im too amazed. THANK YOU SO MUCH

  17. park han dong says:

    Hey Fel! 🙂 i have this problem, even though i put a lot of emotions when i
    sing it comes up to be plain, what to do? can you help me? :)

  18. Agaya Ortega says:

    help me I need to learn about singing but I am out of tone I will sing to
    my birthday but out of tone plss help me plss !!!!!!!!!!

  19. wrathVchild says:

    You are so freaking weird and I love it. Thanks! :)

  20. Joshua Du Plessis says:

    Thanks so much for all your vids!! Anytime I’m stuck on something your
    uploads help me fix my mistakes!!

  21. Rolondo Martinez says:

    Hello new here and I wonder if you could make one on how to not loop note

  22. Olivia Emma Delgado says:

    Feel, can you do a video on how to not sing quiet and instead sing loudly
    and bravely

  23. Andria Hathaway says:

    I just can’t sing sing some parts of noticed.

  24. Andria Hathaway says:

    and also, when I sing, I keep yawning!!! how do I fix that?!

  25. Jason Dayton says:

    I will help everyone out with singing. Either your born with it or not. I
    seen people go to some of the top teachers and still sound just as bad.

  26. Fiona Poh says:

    Maybe you can teach us how to sing louder too? Or to control the volume of
    our voice. :)

  27. Cindy Calzada says:

    I love your videos I love how you teach I just want to learn some more I
    think it might even work better and More Beautiful look me on Facebook
    Cindy vildosola..

  28. MagicLucky says:

    Or it’s just because someone (me) can’t sing XD

  29. Krysti Subieta Music says:

    Wow Fel, I really do love you! You have a great naming strategy to these

  30. Jay Mueller says:

    When I sing, it sounds like someone killing a small animal

  31. This is the most amazing person in the world.

  32. The Unicorn says:

    I’m E flat what would I be soprano , alto ect

  33. thank you soo much for existing and making this, I really needed this

  34. thank you soo much for existing and making this, I really needed this

  35. Alyssa Zippel says:

    you know when someone try to imitate your favorite singers to mock
    them…thats what i sound like lol

  36. Richard Holden says:

    Regular repertoire lessons provide a varied collection of songs from musical theatre and contemporary repertoires.

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