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Singing Success Review, Singing in Tune, Songwriting
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So warmly welcome everyone to Awesound and my first livestream here form Stockholm, Sweden. And today we have two questions that have come in. Thank you so much for sending in your questions. It’s great because then I can have a direct dialog with you and help you as much as possible to be the best you can be in your music and creativity. So thank you so much for sending in your questions. You can send your questions to Thank you so much for your questions.

So the first question this week is from Amit. And she writes: My main request is if you can help me to tune up my musical ear. My main challenge is that is because I am not used to listening it is very hard for me to keep the right tone when singing, as I don’t feel the difference between what I am singing and the right tone. This can be a very common problem for people that are not used to singing. People refer this to as being tone deaf. I remember when I started singing when I was a child. I had a lot of problems when I sang in the choir for example because I did not sing so load so I could hear my own voice so then it often turned out to be that I wasn’t in the right pitch and I didn’t sing in tune with the song and with the others. But if you haven’t really been in that circumstance to really listen to your voice, train up and to use our hearing in that way. Even if you are grown up you never develop that part of yourself. Then it can be a little bit tricky. It is not to late but it can take some time to practice that. I want to share some techniques to practice that. Even now when I went to school I had some problems singing in tune the last years. So I really got down with the problem and practiced for one year singing in tune and taking songs really slowly singing songs by the piano. And this exercise really got down with the problem and it really solved the problem for me, so now I can sing really good in tune, and everyone says, “You sound really in tune when you sing” So I want to share this little exercise with you because it is a great exercise. What I did what sit down by a piano. I am sure there is a virtual piano if you don’t have an actual piano. You can just search on virtual piano on google and I’m sure you will find that there.

So I just hit a random note and listened to how that sounds. I hit a random note and listen to how that sounds, and I sing that note. Exactly that note. Without sliding up or down. So if I hit the note ….. I sing …..without starting….or….and that is a really great way to connect the ear with the singing because you really have to get those two connected. And then I hit another note….I sing……If I sing….and slide up its still a good start if you need to slide up. If you are not used to this exercise and singing in tune you might slide up a lot like …but thats OK, as long as you find that note and match them, then thats a sign of having the hearing you want and you are on the right path. If you really want to get down with this issue and be able to sing in tune I would do this every day. Start the day with this exercise. Just tune in, take some noters on the piano and sing the exact same note. That will really help you develop your hearing, connect with your voice and you will really start to sing amazingly soon.

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4 Comments for 'Singing Success Review, Singing in Tune, Songwriting'

    Peter Wickström
    November 6, 2013 | 5:35 am

    Thank you friends!
    Thank you friends!

    Jonatan Westman
    November 6, 2013 | 5:36 am

    Thank you Peter, …
    Thank you Peter, you Rock!

    November 6, 2013 | 5:36 am

    Thank you so much, …
    Thank you so much, superb!

    November 6, 2013 | 5:36 am

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