How to Sing Harmony Parts – Part 1 Parallel Motion

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Singing harmony parts on your songs brings the overall musical experience up quite a few notches! In this video, I get the process started with a basic exercise to get you singing harmonies over a melody and practicing singing them with and without the harmony line being played.

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5 thoughts on “How to Sing Harmony Parts – Part 1 Parallel Motion”

  1. Jeff, thank you so much for making this video. I have been looking for
    videos like this for awhile. Will you be doing anymore videos on harmony?
    It would be great to have more harmony videos with different intervals and
    challenging sequences to stretch the ear training on harmony. Thank you
    again for all the videos you post, your advice, and encouragement!!

  2. I enjoyed the video and appreciate you taking time. one thing I may suggest
    for future tutorials is maybe check in my with your audience after a couple
    repetitions to make sure they are understanding and possibly give an
    example of where they should be. I am very green with harmony and was with
    you till the third increment of your first round. then I got lost in my
    chord basically did nothing till you stopped and went on to the next
    regiment. gonna watch a couple times and try and get this.

  3. Heyy
    I’m back and its been a while since I commented on videos
    But I must tell you your harmony lessons have helped me a lot
    Plus I’ve been a part of an acapella team so now I can apply the ideas in
    songs too
    Well I’m comfortable with the parallel harmony now and I guess I’ll partice
    this more before jumping to oblique or the rest that u discussed
    Thank you so much

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