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.
Every melody, every single note in fact, has both pitch and rhythm. Pitch is the highness or lowness of a note, and rhythm is the duration of the note, or how long you hold it for. If you’re a beginning singer or you’ve been singing for a while but don’t feel that you have a natural sense of rhythm, watch Camille's lesson series: Rhythm for beginners!
If pitch matching and singing in tune is something you struggle with, then this tutorial is for you! Join Camille for this daily practice.
Most popular Western music is built on the major scale. This lesson series with Camille can help you to recognize steps and skips in the songs you sing, and develop an awareness of what “fits” within a given scale, and what doesn’t. Come check it out!