Sing On Pitch #2 Sing Harmony By Ear TUTORiAL

Sing On Pitch #2 Sing Harmony TUTORiAL

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How to sing Soprano, Alto and Tenor parts the easy way

What you’ll learn
You will be able to understand how harmony works
You will be able to Pick out choir parts from a recording
You will be able to hear, create and sing the right harmonies to most song by ear
Find your voice type if you are a soprano, alto, tenor or bass
You will be to arrange voice parts for your choir
You will be able to add beauty to your music and choir performance using harmony
Ability to sing on pitch
Patience and consistency
A recording software/app
When a harmony is done well, two or more vocal parts come together in an arrangement that adds feeling, depth, texture, and perhaps even a sense of tranquility to a song.Vocal harmonies involves singers singing different notes that are pleasing to the ear. i.e Soprano and alto singing their various partswhat makes a combination of notes “pleasing”?I guess it depends on both the intentions of the composer, and the expectations of the listener. So, while a composer writing a “feel good pop song” would never consider smashing their flat hand across the low end of a piano to create a “pleasing effect,” another composer, writing the score for a horror film, might do this very thing to scare the heck out of its audience. To that composer, that is a perfectly “pleasing effect” in that it achieves the intended emotional impact.This isn’t just random magic: chords are at play. Harmonization happens when musical notes combine into one chord often in thirds or sixths, and then into chord progressions. In a simple two-part harmony, the first person sings the melody and the second sings above or below that melody within the chord structure. In rock or pop music, a backup singer will harmonize with the lead singer by adjusting the pitch of her note based on the lead singer’s pitch so that they are in tune. In doo wop, backup singers would harmonize with each other in the background, taking the place of the instrument.Some singers, like those involved with barbershop quartets, think of harmony as practically mathematical in nature. When they sing their four-part harmonies, getting it right is a science in which each singer has his or her own role often based on their voice type. For others, the ability to harmonize well is a skill they can’t explain but they’ve developed by listening and practicing, with that perfect harmony buzz as the goal. Many persons who find harmonies hard to explain but easy to sing have grown up in a church setting, hearing and singing hymns when they were very young.If you find it difficult to find and stick to your voice parts, this course is for you because i started learning harmony at a much later timeLearn how to:pick out choir parts from a recordingTrain you ear to hear/find the right harmonies to any song by earfind your voice type if you are a soprano, alto, tenor or bass voiceand others


Section 1: Fundamentals

Lecture 1 Understanding the Basics

Lecture 2 Harmonizing a song

Lecture 3 Intervals

Lecture 4 Minor 3rd

Lecture 5 Major 3rd

Lecture 6 Perfect 4th

Lecture 7 How to continue- MOVEMENT

Section 2: Song practicals

Lecture 8 Recording Tools

Lecture 9 Audacity Tutorials

Lecture 10 Using a loopify

Lecture 11 Song Instructions

Lecture 12 Song One – melody

Lecture 13 Song One- Higher Harmony

Lecture 14 Song One- Lower Harmony

Lecture 15 Song Two – Melody

Lecture 16 Song Two – Higher Harmony

Lecture 17 Song Two – Lower Harmony

Lecture 18 Song Three – Melody

Lecture 19 Song Three – Lower Harmony

Section 3: Bonus

Lecture 20 Picking our choir part

Lecture 21 How to arrange voices

Lecture 22 Find your voice type

Lecture 23 Find your vocal range

Lecture 24 Resolving difficult melodies

Lecture 25 Blending voices

Lecture 26 Class project

Recording Artist,Choir members and Directors,Singers,Studio Engineers


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