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The only way to work on pitch is... to work on pitch. That is to say focus on simple diatonic exercises with some vocalization and move them chromatically up and down the piano to the ends of your range. Different syllables will feel different and require some adjustment of the mouth to get good resonance. Interestingly enough there is a single mouth shape ...


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The problem I hear is that your pitch drops during vowel changes. It's especially noticeable moving through the words "bloody nose / sleepin'": "nose" is very slightly flat, as is "sleepin'". In general you're on pitch, so exercises that focus on maintaining pitch across vowels is where I'd suggest you start. There are two ...


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