To be a complete musician, you must train your ears and listening ability as well as your singing voice. Now that you know what intervals are, it's time to get familiar with the different types of intervals and what they sound like. This helps your ear learn the relationships between two notes at in any key. Lari helps you internalize these interval sounds, and shares some great memorization techniques to remember them with.
- Alright, so we have talked about how, for singers,…it's not just about the sound that you produce.…That's only part of your instrument.…The other absolutely essential part…of your instrument is your ears.…You cannot really be successful as a vocalist…producing sound unless you are hearing the sound…and responding to what is being expressed…according to what you hear.…
So, it's essential as singers that we develop…our listening abilities…and our understanding of music and sound…and tone based on what we hear.…So that we can respond with our instrument…accordingly so that we can respond vocally…to what our ears are hearing.…This will come into play when you are talking about pitch,…when you're trying to sing in tune,…and especially when you're trying to work with a track…or an instrument and singing in tune with other instruments…that don't have the flexibility that you have as a singer.…
So, let's work a little bit on ear training.…We are going to identify specific intervals,…intervals are notes that are related by a certain…
Note: This course was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We're pleased to host this training in our library.
- Understanding scales, chords, and intervals
- Range and register
- Ear training
- Warming up your voice and body
- Building a warm-up routine
- Using yoga for the practice and performance of singing
- Shaping your vocal sound