Singing Lessons – Lesson 7 (Pitch Control)

Being able to sing in tune or sing ‘on pitch’ is one of the most essential skills a singer must acquire, in order to develop a great singing voice.

But how do you actually know whether you’re singing in tune or not?

Well, that’s something we’re going to focus a lot on during this lesson.

Before we get started, I’d like to recommend that you set yourself up with some sort of recording device so that you can really make this lesson count — especially if you know you have pitch issues 😉

This Lesson is from The Singing Solutions Program, written and produced by Rae Henry.

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Now. Pitch that ball, dude…

Lesson 7 Content:

7.0 – Introduction
7.1 – Sharp or Flat?
7.2 – Exercise #1 – ‘The No1 Exercise’
7.3 – Exercise #2 – Repeated Steps
7.4 – Exercise #3 – 1 2 3
7.5 – Intro To Exercise #4 – The Major Scale
7.6 – Exercise #4 – The Major Scale
7.7 – Solfege
7.8 – Intervals
7.9 – Songs For Pitching Intervals
7.10 – Exercise #5 – Intervals
7.11 – Conclusion

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Singing Lessons – Alto Range Blues Intervals and Scales

By request! Singing lesson focused on the blues scale and intervals related to it. In many ways, this video is focused principally on the ear training aspects of this genre. This singing lesson is suitable to warm up with, or to familiarize oneself with some of the harmonic and melodic challenges of the blues.

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