Singing on pitch take practice — and if you’re struggling with singing flat or singing sharp, you’re not alone! Even some famous singers have trouble hitting the notes perfectly at all times.
Fortunately, there are some great ear training exercises you can do to get better at recognizing when you’re off. Then, use the right vocal techniques to correct yourself.
In this video, singing teacher Arlys A. demonstrates how to recognize if you’re singing flat, and how to not sing flat once you notice it:
Video Recap: How to Not Sing Flat
- Singing flat means you are singing below the correct pitch.
- Use a tuner or a piano to check yourself!
- Try sliding up to find a note until your pitch matches the correct note.
- Having trouble? You’re not alone! Keep practicing intervals and individual notes in the song you’re working on.
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