We look at three more common uses for the word “tone” in our second part of this series about the multipurpose music term.
Being able to sing in tune is an essential skill for all musicians, whether or not you are “a singer”. Once you know you’re not tone deaf, what if you still sing off-key or out of tune? The answer is that you need to learn to match pitch, develop vocal control and learn to sing confidently, reliably and accurately.
How to Learn to Sing in Tune
Here’s the best place to start: a comprehensive all-in-one guide which provides a proven step-by-step process for learning to sing in tune: How to Learn to Sing in Tune.
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Singing Training at Musical U
Inside Musical U you’ll find a set of training modules for developing your voice, from the fundamentals of singing in tune through to developing a good-sounding voice and gaining rock-solid confidence to sing in front of people.
This roadmap will help you learn to sing.
It won’t make you the next X-Factor superstar, but if you’ve ever thought maybe you can’t sing, you’ve worried about singing “in tune”, or you feel you just don’t have a “good voice”, this Roadmap will let you put those fears to rest once and for all.
You’ll also learn to relate singing to the wider world of music. If you play an instrument this will help you relate singing to what you already know and understand on your instrument. If you don’t play an instrument it will help you feel comfortable and confident singing in a musical context, such as with a backing track, a real band, or performing on stage.
Training Modules for Singing in Tune
Learn how to match pitch with your singing voice.
After completing this module: you will be able to easily and reliably sing back a note you have heard.
Learn the fundamentals of controlling your voice when you sing, including breath support, accurate pitch leaps, and how to evaluate your own singing to keep improving.
After completing this module: you will be able to produce clear accurate notes when you sing.
Learn the 16 factors which contribute to having a “good” singing voice, identify which might be holding you back, and discover practical techniques you can use to improve them.
After completing this module: you will understand how to develop a good singing voice.
Free Course: Learn to Sing
Free articles about Singing in Tune
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