Learn to Sing the Fun Way!
This is for people looking for signing lessons – an exciting new program that will have your vocals sounding perfect in no time.
Version 2 of “Singorama! – The complete guide to singing like a professional” has just been released and is causing quite a stir among wannabe pop stars, rock stars and just about anyone else that wants to sing competently. We have listened and put to practice this entire online singing lessons course so here’s a little more about it…
Want to sing like a pro?
The Singorama package aims to help even the worst sounding vocalists learn how to sing with a full vocal range to hit perfect notes every time and has so far achieved just that as thousands of happy singers will testify.
These singing lessons come in the form of instant downloads in the Singorama members area. Here you will find a 28-part course made up of mp3 audio files that you can download to your computer (or your iPod or MP3 player) and go through at your own pace.
These singing lessons cover the basics right up through to professional level singing so you can jump straight in at whatever level you think you are already at. Below outlines exactly what this in-depth singing course consists of and what you will be learning…
1. Getting Started: Understanding Your Own Voice(17.38 MB)
2. Warmups and Strengthening the Voice (16.45 MB)
3. Breathing and Posture (21.15 MB)
4. Vocal Tone (20.53 MB)
5. Pitch: Staying in Tune (19.86 MB)
6. Chest Voice and Head Voice (17.89 MB)
7. Bad Habits to Avoid (15.54 MB)
8. Extending Your Vocal Range: Part I of II (20.50 MB)
9. Time Signatures, Key Signatures, and Rhythm (18.79 MB)
10. Major & Minor Keys and the Solfege System (13.84 MB)
11. Intervals and the Solfege System (8.54 MB)
12. Different Styles of Music (14.78 MB)
13. Harmony (12.58 MB)
14. Different Genres of Music (17.98 MB)
15. Understanding the Meaning of a Song: Part I on Lyrics and Tone (7.03 MB)
16. Understanding the Meaning of a Song: Part II on Emotions and Personality (7.32 MB)
17. Making a Song Your Own (11.02 MB)
18. Learning a Full Song: Part I of II (9.93 MB)
19. Learning a Full Song: Part II of II (18.09 MB)
20. Solutions to Common Problems (12.00 MB)
21. Your Future as a Singer (12.94 MB)
22. Extending Your Vocal Range- Part II of II (17.96 MB)
23. Performance Tips (11.69 MB)
24. Auditions (11.09 MB)
25. Writing Your First Song (15.33 MB)
26. Singing with a Band (12.67 MB)
27. Performance Anxiety (26.16 MB)
28. Final Overview (19.61 MB)
As you can see not only are these online singing lessons presented in a logical and well thought out manner but they are also easy to understand and follow. Because they are mp3 audio files you can easily pause, skip, forward or rewind whatever parts of the vocal training you may need to work on.
Each section of the singing program offers in-depth help and advice to really help improve your vocals, breathing, pitch, tuning and every other aspect of becoming a good vocalist. Furthermore, it is a refreshing change to hear an online signing lesson program not full of fluff and filler.
While the Singorama website’s claims of dramatic improvements to your vocals within 3 hours may be a little optimistic, we have certainly noticed a big improvement in our vocal range, tuning and breathing in the week that we have been using the program.
We also like the effort that team have put in about helping you move forward with your singing career. This program is not just about getting you to sing well but a whole online singing lessons course that goes the extra mile to help propel your singing career from your bedroom to the stage.
With vocal lessons in the real world being so expensive, this is the perfect alternative to those that want to save money or practice in private at their own pace.
Be sure to check out the Singorama singing lessons and come back here to post your comments about it. We’d love to hear your feedback on this singing course.
When singing there are some basic vocal warm up exercises that you can do to get a better quality to your voice as well as improving the tone. Furthermore, regularly using the following singing techniques can help any singer develop a wider vocal range over time. Let’s get started!
Vocal Warm Up Exercises: Part 1
Ideally before you sing it is wise to warm up your vocal chords. This is especially true if you are a professional singer of some kind or take singing seriously. Warming up the vocal chords helps protect injury to the pipes and enables you to sing in a stronger fashion.
Start by singing up and down the ‘C-chromatic’ scale. Take it slowly and do this half a step at a time. Though a simple exercise, this forces you to hit lots of notes helping smooth out the sound of your voice.
Yawning is another great exercise. Force yourself to yawn and open your mouth as wide as it will go comfortably. Now do the same and sing any note. After this sing another note but hold it, while it continues alter the pitch. Try doing this going from the bottom of the range up to the top.
If performing you should aim to spend a minimum of fifteen minutes warming up using techniques like those above.
Vocal Warm Up Exercises: Part 2
Increasing your vocal range can be easy if you use a musical instrument to help you. Simply play any particular note and sing along to it. Start low and work your way up or vice versa. Continue to hit each note until you cannot go any higher or lower. This is an easy way to help you work out exactly what your vocal range is.
It is a good idea to keep practicing singing along to each note until you can replicate them each perfectly with your voice. Doing this routinely will improve your voice control.
Vocal Warm Up Exercises: Part 3
Most people are not able to sing a perfect pitch without working at it first. There are very few singers that are born able to sing a perfect pitch. Again regularly using singing techniques can help improve in this area.
When you sing along to a sound on an instrument for example, there is a resonance when you match the note perfectly that is not audible when singing off-pitch. This is easy to notice when it happens.
Simply sing along to each note and listen for the perfect harmony of sound and practice getting to this pitch with each note over and over again so that your voice becomes conditioned.
Harmonizing with other singers is also a good exercise if possible. One singer can take low notes, another middle notes and the last singer the higher notes. Again when all three singers are on the correct pitch, a harmony will be heard.
Vocal Warm Up Exercises: Part 4
Once of the many parts that makes a good singing voice is volume. This is probably the easiest part to get the hang of as it comes naturally to most. During any particular piece of music the chances are you will need to increase or decrease the volume of your voice a number of times during it.
To determine what your natural volume is start by singing in your speaking voice at a regular volume. Then slowly increase your volume until you get to the stage where it is no longer comfortable to sing. At this point you have found your natural volume range.
Volume is easily increased by using your diaphragm to push your voice (breathing is a vitally important part to singing which we will cover separately). TO identify this exhale your breath quickly and you will feel the muscle under your ribcage.
The above outlines some simple vocal warm up exercises to help improve your singing technique. By practicing these on a regular basis, you will be able to not only find your ideal volume, range and pitch but add more strength to your voice.
There are millions of people out there with great singing voices that are yet to realize it. Their true potential is just being wasted as they either believe they don’t have what it takes or don’t know how to go about fine tuning their voices.
Learn to sing like a pro!
If you have ever dreamed of being a great singer for pleasure or profession then you may be surprised to know that dream may not be that far away! Do you want to be the next Justin Bieber, Brittany Spears or front your own rock band? Maybe you’d like to sing classical music in theatre or even just want to sound better singing in the shower? Learn to sing and this may become a reality.
Well, whatever the reason you want to improve your singing voice, below we have listed some quick tips designed to help you start learning to sing…
Learn to Sing – Before you Start
It is a good idea to listen to lots of music in many genres with different vocalists before you start singing yourself. This can help you identify your own singing style and one that will suit your own voice. What music do you like the most personally and does that match with the sound of your own voice? Do you like dance music, rock, country or classical for example?
Start singing along to what you think is your favourite style. Sing notes that you can comfortably hit, ones that sound great! Then progressively sing higher notes until the quality of the sound decreases. Go back to the original note and sing down in the opposite direction to find the bottom of your singing range.
By doing the process above, it will illustrate what notes you can sing easily and also those that you will need to practice more.
Self-Study – Learning to Sing
“Singing by ear” is the term given when people teach themselves to sing simply by listening to other singers instead of having professional training. This is a good method to use as it is a simple way of laying the foundations to your vocals and improves your note recognition.
The downside to this is that it is easy to pick up bad habits too! Of course having professional lessons will eradicate these but they are also very expensive, hence why many vocalists tread the middle-ground by using self-study courses and more recently online singing courses.
These singing courses provide you with all the necessary skills and techniques that you need to sing like a professional. They are a bit like having a personal tutor in your computer that you can practice with whenever you fancy.
Typical singing software
They consist of audio files and videos to make learning easy and teach you the basics as well as advanced techniques and also provide warm-up and vocal exercises which help you control your breathing, expand your lung capacity to sing longer between breaths, increase your vocal range and to help sing smoothly to name a few!
The main advantage with self-study courses like this are that you can learn in your own time at your own pace and it is easy to rewind the video or audio if you need to or want to practice something in particular a bit more.
If you decide to learn to sing online and look for a self-study course, it is advisable to check other peoples reviews and feedback first as some courses are much better value than others. These courses can be found not only online but also in self-study books if you prefer.
No matter how you decide to hone your vocals or at what stage you are already at, one thing is for sure; learning to sing well can be a very quick process. Not only that but thanks to online singing courses, it is now affordable to everyone.
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