Singing Ear Training Questions | EasyEarTraining.com

I’m not tone deaf – so why can’t I sing?

There are many aspects to having a “nice” singing voice, but the first thing to figure out is whether you have problems with pitch and tuning. If you haven’t already, take a tone deafness test to ensure your ears are capable of letting you sing in...

How can I keep my singing pitch steady?

If you are able to match pitch with your voice but find it hard to hold a steady note (e.g. when practising singing with a digital tuner) there are a few things which can help. 1. Make sure you’re singing in a suitable range. All singers struggle more at the...

Why can’t I sing in tune?

Have you been told you’re out of tune, or tone-deaf when you sing? Do you enjoy singing… but worry that it doesn’t sound good to other people? There are two factors which determine whether you can sing in tune or not, and the good news is that both...

Why is a cappella music so good for ear training?

Whether or not you are a singer, listening to a cappella (unaccompanied voices) music can be a great way to develop your musical listening skills. Include a cappella music in your ear training and you’ll become more sensitive to pitch, harmony and timbre. Why?...

Can someone who’s tone deaf sing in tune?

No. In fact, this is often what people mean when they say “tone deaf“, as singing is one of the easiest ways to tell if someone has a good sense of pitch or not. If you can’t hear pitches reliably, you will almost certainly pitch your notes out of...

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