Beginners Singing lessons – Learning To Sing On Pitch (Part Two)


In today’s video lesson I am going to take you through part two of my Beginner Singing Lessons Series. In the first video I showed you how to find your tone. Now I am going to teach you how to sing on different pitches or notes.

41 thoughts on “Beginners Singing lessons – Learning To Sing On Pitch (Part Two)”

  1. I have exactly the same! But I also play guitar and I have no problem with
    hearing tones from my guitar, only form myself. So half-deaf shouldn’t be a
    reason for completely tonedeaf. I guess I (and you too :D) should just
    watch all these videos and practice, practice, practice.

  2. Oh my God I was doing this along with the video and suddenly my voice
    seemed to math the piano sound! It was like we were hitting exactly the
    same note, I almost lost the sound of my voice 😀

  3. i’d really appreciate a feedback on my comment,you said vocal exercises,how
    many times a day?week?should i do to see performance,my voice has the
    habbit of jumping somethimes even when i speak normally,how’d i fix that?

  4. Rosalyue Evelinya

    I sing in the church choir and we always use a similar exersice for worming
    But we don’t sing ‘ba ba ba ba ba’. We sing “Kre-ma-to-ri-um” (the german
    word for crematorium). When I asked, why we sing that particular word, I
    was told, that it’s a good word for worming up, because it conains all five
    vowels and it teaches as to control our pronuciation of the ‘K’ at the
    beginning of the word. We Tyrolians tend to pronounce ‘Ks’ quite harshly,
    especially at the beginnings of words.

  5. Alrite mate, how is it going? Cheers for your videos and warm ups, such a
    great social service!!!… I’m a guitar player, more of a rocker, but I’ve
    always wanted to sing… I’ve been singing for about a year now, and I’ve
    improved…. but there’s always lots of room to improve… My biggest issue
    now is tone… Sometimes I start out good enough and later in the song I
    lose it for a few seconds… either I go out of key or get my voice to
    sound really breathy and weak… I don’t like that… Pepole tell me to
    watch my breathing, and I’m very aware of it, I do my breathing exercices
    and breathe a lot trying to hold it, during instrumenttal breaks… but
    it’s still not enough!! Any advice mate?? I would really appreciate it!!!

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