Easy Steps to Cure Tone-Deafness
Instant ebook reveals 11 innovative steps to help you sing accurately on pitch. If you’ve had tin ears or been called tone-deaf your whole life, this easy method is for you. Say goodbye to singing off key and singing flat. Our how-to system shows simple steps to awaken your hearing so that you can start singing on pitch as if you were born with this ability. Stop being embarrassed that you sing off key, sing out of tune or that you sing flat. You will be able to sing with the pitch control and intonation you desire. Learn how to cure tone deafness. You can be singing in pitch. These abilities are also known as singing on key or singing in key or how to sing in key or how to sing on key.
Here’s What You Can Do RIGHT NOW To Get Better Pitch.
1) Play and LISTEN to Chromatic Scale.
Just play each note on your keyboard up and down, very slowly, and listen. That’s all. Before you will be able to sing notes on pitch, you have to become familiar with how the notes sound in order. By listening, this is a crucial step. Do not sing the notes. Just listen. Play the notes along the “chromatic scale,” up and down, within your general singing range of the keyboard. The chromatic scale is every single note, black and white, as they occur in order on the keyboard, without leaving any notes out. The formal name for these notes are “half steps.” Begin playing half steps near the low part of your vocal range and then go towards the top part of your vocal range. Play each note at the rate of approximately two seconds per note. Just listen.
People who have a pitch problem also tend to have a habit of not listening or not paying attention to others when they speak. This habitual block-out bleeds over to not hearing yourself singing the note in your mind before you actually sing it, because you are in a hurry. So in addition to doing this step, try to work on changing your habit of ignoring people when they are speaking to you. In other words, even though you may want to tune someone out, you are inadvertantly “practicing” how to not listen if you continue doing this. Then, when you want to hear, such as in singing, you can’t!
2) Play and SING Chromatic Scale.
Now you’re ready to reproduce what you’ve played on the keyboard, in your own singing voice. Continue to do the above step, but now sing each note after you have played it. There is a secret here that is very important: HEAR YOURSELF SINGING THE DESIRED NOTE IN YOUR MIND FIRST, BEFORE YOU ACTUALLY SING IT OUT LOUD!! This will give you the greatest success. Don’t rush. Take all the time you need. Again, DON’T RUSH! Why? because if you just blurt out the note too soon, without thinking about it, you will not improve at all.
1. PLAY the note 2. HEAR yourself singing it in your mind (Don’t rush – wait until you really hear it!) 3. SING the note
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Secrets of Singing On Pitch:
11 Easy Steps to Cure Tone Deafness. 2000
Howard Richman, Author
Sound Feelings Publishing
Our Catalog #97006e
$5.00 U.S. complete ebook (.pdf document)
PLEASE NOTE: This is not a singing method. Do not purchase this ebook if you want general singing tips. This information will not teach you how to sing or how to improve your vocal quality, breath support or anything else a good teacher would teach. However, whether you’re a trained singer or an amateur, if you tend to SING FLAT, this information is exactly what you are looking for! This information provides solutions only for pitch problems. That is — how to sing the right notes. In fact, most teachers don’t actually know how to help their students with this particular problem. If you want to learn to sing accurately on pitch, then keep reading.
It’s Never Too Late To Sing Perfectly On Pitch.
If this ability was never acquired in a natural way, there are specific steps to developing one’s ear and improving pitch that can be artificially instilled. Our Secrets of Singing on Pitch ebook teaches you the exact steps to help you in your goal of singing on pitch.
Everyone can learn to sing on pitch. Some people have a natural ability to do this and they cannot explain how it is done. Others go through their whole life avoiding situations where they might be heard singing, knowing how bad they sound. Well, if you are one of these people, this ebook is written for you!
If you were one of the people who naturally sing on pitch there might have been many elements that helped to develop this skill: These might include any or all of the following: (1) your genetic makeup, (2) your exposure to music while you were growing up, (3) your early support system, (4) early encouragement to sing, (5) your mother sang to you while you were in the womb (and she sings on key!).
If you missed out, for whatever reason, on the above list don’t despair! It is never too late to sing perfectly on pitch. If this ability was never acquired in a natural way, there are specific steps to developing one’s ear that can be artificially instilled. Our ebook will teach you the exact steps to take so you can reach your goal of singing on pitch!
No Special Equipment or Musical Ability Required.
All you’ll need is access to a piano or electronic keyboard. (You don’t need to know how to play piano. The keyboard is used just as a reference.) You’ll also need a cassette player.
Your Progress is Paced Till You Reach Your Goal.
This ebook recommends 11 specific musical exercises to do in an exact sequence. Try to master each step before going on to the next. Mastery of each step will occur somewhere between one day and one month. Each person is different. There is NO benefit by going on to the next step prematurely. In fact, each step requires mastery of the previous in order to do it correctly, so don’t rush and just enjoy the process. When you are really ready to go on, you’ll know. If a particular step presents absolutely no challenge then immediately skip it until you get to the step that challenges you.
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Stop telling yourself that a “tin ear” is something you were born with and that there’s nothing you can do about it. That is simply not true. It is possible to sing naturally and easily on pitch. Imagine the joy and freedom of not having to worry about this problem any more!
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About the Author
Howard B. Richman is an educator, pianist and composer. Since 1976 he has pioneered innovative teaching strategies in the fields of music education and stress-management. Singing coaches frequently send him their “problem cases” for help with their pitch issues. Howard can help singers with self-accompanying, singing on pitch and other supportive skills. From this first-hand experience he has distilled the exact steps to take to improve your ability to naturally and easily sing on pitch.
Questions and Answers.
I’m really bad! Can your ebook help me? Actually this ebook is intended for people who cannot sing on key. You will definitely see improvement.
What does “singing flat mean? The notes of a song are measured by frequency. In music, these frequencies are called “pitch.” This actually is a vibration which can be measured on an oscilloscope. So, a note low in pitch will vibrate slower and a note high in pitch will vibrate faster. For example, a note low on the piano will vibrate at 30 cycles per second. that is why it sounds low. A note high on the piano could vibrate at 1200 cycles per second. (These are approximations.) There are 88 notes on the piano, each with their own pitch and each vibrating at a specific frequency. The most famous note is “A 440.” This is the note above middle C on the piano and this is the one that an orchestra will tune to in order that everyone will play at the same frequency. When a singer is singing “flat” it means that instead of singing the A at 440, they may be singing it at 428 or something close, but not exactly high enough. this is called “singing flat.” occasionaly there are people who “sing sharp” which means that they are singing off the correct note, but HIGHER than the correct note. This is quite rare. Usually, when someone is “off key” it is because they are singing FLAT, which means that they are singing slightly UNDER the correct pitch.
Don’t you have to be born with good pitch? Where there’s a will, there’s a way! In most cases, when a person intentionally strives to gain a particular skill, they will eventually do it with a greater mastery than the person for whom it is natural. This, of course, is true of singing on pitch.
How long does the process take? It’s better to not put deadlines on something like this. What’s happening is that specific drills which are done in a conscious manner are grooming the subconsious, automatic response. If you place a time limit on this process, you will fail. Please be patient and do the drills regularly and you will definitely reach your goal, when only you are ready.
“Tone Deaf” means you are physically impaired, thus I am confused by the misuse of the statement. You may be correct regarding the literal use of the term “tone deafness,” but its use in this case is referring to the commonly-understood meaning: unable to sing on pitch. Other phrases have developed over the years to imply the same thing and are equally inaccurate, such as “tin ear.” A person’s ear is not actually made of tin, but it’s just an expression.
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