Welcome to the Ear Training and Harmony section of 30 Day Singer. Here you can find guidance on popular vocal concerns, like singing in tune, ear training, and how to sing in harmony. It's important for singers to learn ear training in order to recognize pitches - or your ability to recognize a note and replicate that sound. This opens up your ability to improve your intonation and rhythmic skills, improving your musicality and making it so you can harmonize easily with other singers. This is also key to learning and performing songs.
Today is all about singing in tune with instructor Camille van Niekerk!
Are you a beginning singer? Here are some harmony practice techniques you should consider when jumping in! In this lesson we will go over singing the melody while others are harmonizing, hearing & learning harmony parts, singing a harmony while others are singing the melody, and much more!
How to sing your own harmonies! In this live lesson we'll go over determining the “shape” of the melody, listening to the chord progression, finding harmony parts that support both the chords and the melody, all using song examples including: It Had To Be You, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, When The Saints Go Marching In, By The Light Of The Silvery Moon.
One of the most common problems beginner singers face, is learning to sing on pitch. While you may worry it is because you are simply not a good singer, this could not be farther from the truth. It is likely because you have not had proper instruction on this skill. Anyone can learn to sing in tune! Camille is ready to help train your ears, match pitch, and help you start singing some easy songs. Get ready and tune in!
Major and minor chords make up so much of the music we hear! Learning to both recognize and sing major and minor arpeggios will help you sing in tune, eventually build harmonies, and understand the structure of your favorite songs. Join Camille for a fun, interactive lesson series on major and minor chords!