WELCOME TO DAY 3 OF THE SINGORAMA AUDIO MINICOURSE!
Hello, and welcome back to your third lesson!
In this lesson, we will explore pitch and teach you to recognize when someone is hitting the right notes and singing in or out of tune. When you master this, your performance and confidence as a singer will dramatically increase.
As we look at pitch, you will hear different examples of singing flat (in other words, where the singer sings under the correct note) and singing sharp (where the singer sings just over or above the note).
Both of these pitching problems sound awful, but the great news is that they can be fixed!
We’ll teach you how to train your ear to hear when you or others are singing out of tune – and, more importantly, some great techniques to stay on pitch.
And don’t forget … for more excellent tips and a much more extensive, in-depth lesson on pitch, make sure to check out Singorama 2.0!
Day 3: "Becoming Pitch Perfect "
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So do you want to sound like Charlotte Church or Frank Sinatra? Is your natural voice more like Michael Bolton or Whitney Houston?
If you’re interested in developing a professional singing voice, the next building block is perfecting your breathing and posture.
Breathing and posture work to keep your voice supported and help you to reach those power notes easily without damaging your vocal cords.
So, in tomorrow’s lesson, you will learn to use your entire upper body to support that newly acquired tone and perfect pitch we have just taught you.
Practice it diligently, and you will be able to sing like a Broadway star or a rock sensation in no time!
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Very few singing courses deal with harmony, as it is not as easy as it sounds.
Luckily, we break it all down and make it easy for you to understand, AND we provide numerous tracks for you to listen to and practice with.
With Singorama you’ll discover how to make your harmony sound like a true professional.
We’ll also familiarize you with different chord progressions and cadences, so that hearing melodies and their harmonies within the chords will eventually become like second nature.
You’ll also learn the important things to avoid when singing harmony, in order to ensure that there is no clashing between parts and so that you can sing your harmony to the composer’s desired effect!
There are many reasons why you may wish to learn harmony, whether you are singing as part of a choir in church, or perhaps even part of a barbershop quartet.
Whatever your reason, Singorama’s harmony section contains a comprehensive practical guide to the topic.
Want to get started harmonizing like a pro? Then go get Singorama 2.0 now!