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Kiki1256
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26 Nov 2017, 8:06 pm

Does anyone use pitch matching as a way to practice singing, along with actually singing songs? Pitch matching is where you play a note on a keyboard and try to sing the same note on key, using a tuner to determine whether you're on key.

Pitch matching is also helpful for reading tones of voice for people on the spectrum.



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26 Nov 2017, 10:37 pm

I have. Never used a tuner with my voice, but match the chord changes of songs on the radio, used to sing and play guitar (now I don't really sing). I've always liked to hum along with random things that make noise, whether matching the pitch or creating dissonance. Used a tuner a lot when I was learning the trumpet.



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27 Nov 2017, 2:54 am

Gave up when school music director realized I was incapable of consistently matching pitch, and when I lost the pitch... couldn't find my way back to it with map, compass, or GPS.


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