Some common issues many singers face
- I don’t know when to start the song. I start at the wrong place and then from there on it is a downward spiral. Awkward!
- I am not able to sing to the rhythm of the song. I go off beat and then either the track gets over and I am still singing or the other way around. It is so embarrassing!
- I am not able to sing to the correct scale. Once one of the better singers came up to me while I was singing and corrected me. It wasn’t a pleasant experience.
- The pitch is either too high or too low. Some times the song is too fast. Help, before I bust an artery!
- Each song can be broken down into measures. If you understand how many beats are within each measure, it is easy to count the number of measures before you start singing. Is you head spinning with this fix? There is a better way. Most songs have a signature or a typical beat roll or a short riff before the singer starts. Remember, the orginal singer at the recording studio also needed to know where to start!
- With all those fancy beats from a programmed drum-machine or complex tabla rolls by pro’s in a song, it is easy to get confused and you could easily go off beat. Remember, even the most complex beat can be broken down to a simple 1-2-3 or 1-2-3-4 etc. We can teach you how to break it down. We start to practice with a metronome, then move on to a live instrument like a guitar of keyboard and show you how to keep to time.
- While singing to scale and rhythm is largely inborn, you can learn to detect the starting note from the tune or the chord. To achieve this, we play the song on the guitar of a keyboard and keep changing the scales every time so that you are on key everytime.
- Once you are trained to sing in the right pitch, and at the right rhythm, you should know what is the highest note you can touch without busting an artery! We teach you how to select your optimum pitch.
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