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What you need is ear training. The main skills are: ability to recognize what you hear (intervals, chords, rhythms, melodies) ability to sing something you hear (e.g. repeat the notes or a melody you hear, repeat rhythm) ability to sing something you haven't heard before, e.g. by reading it from a music score It is normally part of education in music ...


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You're improving! Better tone, and you're no longer clipping off the ends of your notes. Well done. What will you be doing with your singing? I'd like to hear you singing with music. Several songs, in different styles. Work on preparing those recordings.


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I know this thread is years old but I'd like to toss in my notion that Caleb is indeed a tenor. He has a very tenor-y sound to his mid and high range, with only the very bottom of his range sounding baritone. He's very well-practiced, but most baritones can hold notes in the mid-2nd octave much better than he can. His E2s in Let Them Come and Home, while low ...


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The singer doesn't need an explicit 'note to sing along to', it's done by relative pitch memory, practise & familiarity with the song. This is not really all that different to the mechanism by which a classically-trained singer can sing from a sheet of dots. They just have a better set of internal references to rely on. For the rest of us, an opening ...


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Ear training is not the real issue based on your question and description. If you can go to an instrument and find notes your ear is not bad. I have had this issue, recently starting classical voice lessons after 45 years of playing guitar, violin, and classical bass. I can hear a lick and immediately find it on the guitar, I can identify chords, ...


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Though I'm now in my 60s & well past my prime for a good top-end, I was a pro session singer for many years in my youth. I also had a hard-stop beyond which I could not sing. I could do the same note in full voice or in falsetto, but that was my brick wall top note. Don't sweat it. You might gain a tone or two if you're not yet fully warmed over a period ...


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