How to Sing “In Tune” or “On Key”

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2 thoughts on “How to Sing “In Tune” or “On Key”

  1. MyristicMystic says:

    This is why I tell aspiring singers, especially beginners, to learn how to sing the simplest (and most melodic) songs possible (in the language they intend to sing in, of course). They tend to want to sing staccato type pop songs with all kinds of weird vocalizations, some of which I don’t even consider singing. Also, songs should be in a tight range, or if there are parts that are outside the tight range, you can just keep singing within that tight range (think of Johnny Cash songs, for example) until you have mastered this. Being a little off pitch is okay if you are going to use auto-tune software, but as Tristan said, a lot of beginners are being unrealistic about what they think they can do within a short period of time. Once you can sing simple, melodic songs in key you will recognize off pitch singing better too. And you can listen to other singers, to get a sense of what they are doing. The US government also has a free pitch test you can take, which is worth doing for all aspiring singers.

  2. Paul Thoresen says:

    Pro-tip: Tune your guitar first, unless you want to be in a grunge band

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