How To Train To Sing On Key

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34 thoughts on “How To Train To Sing On Key”

  1. Marilyn Middleton Mellor

    I teach quite a few people who were described as “Tone Deaf” and in twelve
    years I have only had one Legitimately tone deaf person. It is a crossing
    of wires in the brain and it is usually in a male. There is soft ware that
    can help you correct your pitch as well. I recommend Playstation 2 with
    singstar or the Wi version. It helps pitch greatly. All it takes is someone

  2. I think it was useful advice. If u could sing in pitch after a 3 min video
    then everyone would sing wouldn’t they. She’s saying this will help u. See
    a teacher who’s trained to listen and correct or cost wise get a small
    keyboard and focus on listening to yourself to train muscle memory or
    record listen correct. And it works. U will hear when it’s played back when
    your in and out of tune. It begins with hearing the odd note in tune and
    saying yeah. Then that improves as muscle memory and your..

  3. Own attention to your hearing improves then as time goes on it reverses and
    u start to hear yourself out of tune and u can correct easy. It’s about
    knowing how u sound to other people and developing from there. And the only
    way is to listen to yourself and correct your technique and pitch. the
    recording device is the easiest way to do this. the piano scales helps by
    giving targets to hit rather than a song which can be too complicated to
    focus on. A teacher will help correct on the spot.

  4. U need to record and listen and u need an example. So recorded scales, a
    keyboard, a guitar or something. A teacher is all these in one. Pitch
    practise is awesome. Even a bad singer who is in key will sound o.k.

  5. There is no such thing as being tone-deaf. It’s an old myth that modern
    music teachers have debunked. If you were tone deaf you wouldn’t be able to
    tell if someone asks you a question, because the only distinction between
    questions and regular sentences is tone difference at the end of the

    Some people have to work 10 times harder to achieve the same results. It
    took me 5 years to start hitting basic notes correctly. I started from zero
    ability to tell when I’m hitting the notes or not. It’s totally possible,
    it just requires TONS of work. So stop spreading bs.

  6. Annabel Hawksworth

    Amusia (tone deafness) the inability to detect notes that are out of key is
    an actual thing. Defect in processing pitch and can also effect musical
    memory and recognition. It can be acquired due to brain damage or you can
    be born with it as it is a defect in music processing. But it’s not common.

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