VOICE LESSON 14: EAR TRAINING SINGING TECHNIQUES (Part 1) with Erik Dillard

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36 thoughts on “VOICE LESSON 14: EAR TRAINING SINGING TECHNIQUES (Part 1) with Erik Dillard

  1. Steven Thomas says:

    Thanks again E! You’re a great Coach! x0

  2. Once again, Thanx man for doing what you’re doing; thanx for helping me and a lot more of other people. I appreciate it a whole lot. So thank you.

  3. Hi ~E~,

    Just want to say thank you very much for all the lessons, they are really helpful. It’s much appreciated.

  4. Myles brown says:

    Im learnin piano to your a little ahead of me with those chords

  5. stevieVantanna says:

    the itervals are too fast for a beginner man!

  6. stevieVantanna says:

    I like to sing the harmonic minor scale over my vacuum’s drone.

  7. natepointertube says:

    VCR Rewind sound…lol. Funny. Man, VCR’s. I remember when.

  8. natepointertube says:

    Very informative. Really. Nice and practical.

  9. Clement Lai says:

    what if my vocals are kinda airy? 🙁

  10. magicofmoney says:

    yeah same my voice is airy expecially when i go higher

  11. OptimusDonn says:

    lol i used to do this with the hoover when i was a kid, my mum thot i was very wierd

  12. Farhad Music says:

    VCR rewind? I cant believe you still using VCR in Japan ahahaha

    We put ours in bin 😀 lol

  13. Cortez Brockington says:

    You know i think it’s crazy (amazing) how you find the time to respond to some of the questions and comments that people leave on your page. in my opinion that show a-lot of commitment and dedication. That says a whole lot keep up the good work!

  14. kila jackson says:

    ur so greatt and cute god bless u

  15. This is a great idea! It is true: people with Perfect Pitch notice this everywhere. The next step is identifying tones, I guess.

  16. Geoffrey Kwateng says:

    @thevinternet that was actually very funny LOOL!

  17. @johnjohnk1309 – lol! I was thinking the same thing. Traffic lights make noise? lol! This was entertaining though..

  18. EP Youtube Archive says:

    overtones might confuse people!

  19. Mmimmie Wantsmore says:

    I love this, finally a vocal challenge

  20. erik great lesson,
    one thing: can you speak little slower for foreign peeps. tnx & keep it up

  21. Erik Dillard says:

    Will do my friend! I’ve gotten better at that over time. I get excited and sometimes start talking like a runaway train…LOL! Glad you enjoyed the video.

  22. NamiBurger says:

    I get what notes we are going thru but it was too fast for me hahahaha

  23. gida gilliard says:

    ear training……………..YES!!!! ok what I needz ta do ta get you to train me privately…LAWD!!

  24. Erik Dillard says:

    If you visit my website which is posted on most of the videos here, I can speak with you directly. You are already cracking me up. Would love to work with you.

  25. Alison Beals says:

    Thank you Erik for sharing you knowledge with us
    This is so so so helpful!

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