Vocal coach Meghan Nixon explains how ear training, musicianship, and “singing smart” go hand in hand, and shares her framework for hitting the right notes.
Finding “Your Note” is a simple exercise that will help lay the foundation for singing in tune, learning relative pitch, and even sight-singing. Try it out!
If you’ve ever worried about being out of tune or off-key when you sing, don’t miss this interview with a man who’s found a solution.
A properly tuned guitar can mean the difference between a perfectly-executed solo and a mess of notes. Learn how to tune with just your hands and your ears!
Solfege is a powerful framework to recognise notes by ear, which lets you improvise and play by ear easily. This training series teaches you how to do it.
Many people are held back in music by barriers they only imagine. Discover how you can break free from a musical rut in this fascinating podcast interview.
Record yourself singing and then ask yourself these 10 questions to help you improve your singing voice and be the singer you’ve always wanted to be.
Get past the fear of thinking you are “tone deaf” and learn how to sing in tune. Find out how your ear and voice work together to sing pitches accurately.
It’s actually easy to learn to sing in tune if you follow this simple 4-step process. Here’s a handy infographic which leads you through each of the steps.
Discover a simple four-step process you can start using today to go from being tone deaf to easily and confidently singing every note with perfect pitch.
SingTrue is the new personal singing tutor app for iPhone. Even if you’re worried about being tone deaf or unmusical, SingTrue can help you discover your voice.
Vocal control is essential for all singers to learn. Here are the key factors in vocal control and some exercises you can use to practise and improve yours.