Monthly Archives: March 2019

How to Sing in Tune, Part 2


Fortunately there’s an even quicker and simpler way to check if you’re tone deaf. You can use an ear testing service online in just a few minutes and find out for certain whether you are prone to tone deafness. A tone deafness test isn’t a “hearing test”, it’s not meant for checking ear damage or hearing loss with age. Also don’t worry about whether you possess a “musical ear” or not. Well Designed tests don’t require any musical skill or knowledge. They test the basic biological ability of distinguishing different pitches and frequencies. You can be totally unmusical and still pass [...]

How to Sing in Tune, Part 22020-03-07T19:54:46-05:00

How to Sing in Tune, Part 3


Learn some tips and tricks from Kathryn Brickell Music school for singing. Sign up for singing lessons here, or inquire more through our Contact us page. Continuing from where we left off last. Missed those articles? Find them here and here.  Here are a few other ways to help you sing in tune. 1.       Learning to match pitches with a digital tuner: This is a simple way to practice singing with good pitch while hitting the right notes. You may use any kind of digital tuner e.g. a guitar tuner or simply an online version of a digital tuner. The idea behind [...]

How to Sing in Tune, Part 32020-03-07T19:55:11-05:00