I’ve started learning to sing using Ken Tamplin’s course ‘How to Sing Better Than Anyone Else.’ It’s been going well, and I’ve been practicing every day. Part of that practice is doing triad scales. Triad here means playing notes in this order: root, 3rd, 5th, root 1 octave up, 5th, 3rd, root. So, a C3 triad is: C3, E3, G3, C4, G3, E3, C3. The course does provide piano tracks to sing along to, but each triad goes by fast, and unless you are pausing, rewinding, playing, you can’t practice one triad over and over til you get it right. This is important if you want to do specific things like smoothing your passagio and practice vowel modifications.
So, because I’m a little bit of a perfectionist, I installed Fruity Loops, and made audio files of all the triads from c3 to B5. You can play each one below, as many times as you want, and really hone in your singing practice. You can also download them if you want, for personal use only.
Notes will get higher the more you scroll down the page. Each file has a few milliseconds of delay at start on purpose to give you time to get ready.
More triads, and combining octaves into one file, coming soon. I hope this is helpful to my fellow singers! Please post any questions or comments below.
Peace, love and sunshine,