Hi there again!
Congratulations on choosing my course on how to become the songwriter you have always dreamed of! I appreciate the time you’ve taken to learn more about my course, and I can assure you that you’ve made a fantastic choice.
Would you give a me just 3 minutes more if you knew it could triple your success with songwriting and vocal performance?
Thanks. It’s not much, but I think you’ll appreciate taking the time once you hear what I have to say.
If you’d like to take your singing voice from ordinary to extraordinary, make a signature song all your own, increase your vocal range, hit every note with professional precision and learn every nitty-gritty detail about auditions, singing in a band, harmonizing and more, then this might be the most important letter you’ll ever read.
You won’t believe how much you don’t know about your singing voice and how easy it is to improve it.
No matter what level you are at (beginner, intermediate or advanced) this information applies to you. Even if you have had difficulties in singing before (increasing vocal range, singing in harmony, hitting the right notes on time, and so forth), you are in for a pleasant surprise!
Singorama is one of the most highly respected learn-to-sing software packages on the internet because it offers you more features and functions than other learn-to-sing packages do, and it does it better!
We’ve spent a lot of time designing a solution to learning to sing that’s easy to use and produces results fast…
But it seems everywhere we’ve looked, all we’ve found is company after company trying to pass off the same old, run-of-the-mill learn-to-sing courses as a “revolutionary” new program.
And the shocking part is, they’re all selling the same damn thing:
Their systems can teach you basic warm up exercises, they can make you very comfortable with singing in the range you already have, and perhaps even teach you how to sing solos.
… But give me a break! Are these the features that have the potential to allow you to learn how to sing like a professional?
What you REALLY need is the ability to…
… and you want it to be EASY!
I want to make this information accessible to EVERYBODY, not just those with enough money for a pair of Manolo Blahniks! That’s why I’m offering YOU the $97.00 Singorama 2.0 for…
That’s right. You have just ONE chance to get Singorama 2.0 for the lowest price ever offered: just $67.00.
That means you get the entire audio course + e-book + all bonuses to download to your computer at the touch of a button for a mere ONE-TIME PAYMENT of $67!!
I want to sum it all up for you.
This first section will help you Get Started as a Singer. You’ll come to understand your own voice, where you are at, and what you are capable of. You’ll also find out what exercises you need to do to warm your voice up before we get into the more nitty-gritty vocal technique.
Your breathing will affect your vocal tone as well as your pitch. That’s why today we are focusing on Breathing and Posture. While Lesson 2 is about learning incredibly easy and effective warm ups that help strengthen your voice and add flexibility, the third lesson covers breathing techniques and correct posture for singers.
In the last couple of lessons, we talked a little about breathing and just how important it is to have the correct support and control. As a singer, your breathing greatly affects your performance because it’s the flow of air which makes it possible for you to produce sound in the first place!
Thus, the goals for this lesson are to:
Now we’re moving on to the nitty-gritty of vocal technique. From this section onwards, you’re going to learn everything you need to know about tone, pitch, as well as your chest and head voices. This stuff may seem easy to brush off, but these lessons will actually give you the best basis for producing a professional sounding voice. After all, the foundation is the most important aspect of singing.
The first goal for this lesson is to understand the difference between pitch and tone (terms which are often confused with each other), and how to avoid singing sharp or flat. We will teach you how to use your newly acquired support and control techniques to achieve this.
Then we’ll tell you about perfect pitch, which is a rare gift, and “relative pitch,” which is something every singer can aspire to AND achieve. So the overall goal for this lesson is to develop your own “mental ear.” Then you can understand relative pitch and hear when a sound – most importantly your own singing voice – is not reaching notes or singing over the pitch it should be.
This next lesson is about your two different voices: your chest voice and your head voice. The overall goal for this lesson is to understand the difference between these two so-called “voices” you have. But more importantly you want to learn how to bridge and blend your two voices so you have a connected voice throughout your entire vocal range.
There are probably bad habits that you can’t help but make and will be destructive to your voice. Here is where you discover the most common bad habits that many singers have. This will make you more aware of them and avoid falling into the same old traps in the future. Not only will you learn how to identify bad habits (and learn how to avoid them), you’ll also establish GOOD overall practice habits when singing.
Although other lessons in the Singorama course will certainly help improve your vocal range, this lesson (along with Lesson 22) is specifically focused on how your vocal range actually works. It also includes several powerful exercises that you can practice with AND ultimately increase your vocal range in the process – most likely by an octave at the very least!
This lesson marks the start of the next section of the course which covers the technical side of music. The goals for this lesson are really important and will be very worthwhile if you wish to train further as a singer. After this lesson you should be able to:
By this lesson, we’ll be well into learning about the technical side of music and music theory. This lesson is all about major and minor keys and scales, as well as a system called Solfege. Much of this lesson will be building on things that we talked about in the previous lessons about time signatures, key signatures and rhythm.
The goals for this lesson are to understand the difference between major and minor keys, scales, and to be able to hear the differences as well. Also, an important goal is to learn and understand the Solfege system and how it can help you in your singing training now and in the future.
In this lesson, we’ll focus on the Solfege system and how to ingrain it into your memory. As you gain a better grasp of Solfege and put it into practice, you’ll find that reading music, picking up harmonies and learning songs is a breeze. We have taken the difficulty out of all that dry music theory and come up with some fun and easy ways to get the competitive edge over all those other singers out there.
The goal for this lesson is to understand the importance of learning Solfege when trying to “memorize” intervals and learn the tricks for remembering different intervals.
We will be teaching you the tricks to learn a song without having to hear it first. This will benefit you greatly as it will improve your musical ear and help you with harmonising as well. This way, you’ll be able to sing the correct notes in the right keys.
This lesson provides an overview of some of the different ways you can use your voice to produce various sounds. We will be exploring how to manipulate and change your voice to produce exciting and different effects.
When flicking through different radio stations that play rock, opera, jazz, musical theatre or pop, you’ll find an amazing variety of songs and voices which differ greatly from each other. The art of manipulating your voice and accompanying differently arranged backing instruments is something that you can learn. When you learn to how to use your voice more fully, you will increase your versatility as a singer and make yourself more employable to boot!
The ability to sing a variety of different styles can be especially useful when auditioning for musical theatre. Often performers will need to sing a range of styles within a show.
Very few singing courses deal with harmony since it’s not as easy as it sounds. Luckily, we’ll break it all down and make it easy for you to understand – not to mention 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. Hearing melodies and their harmonies within the chords will eventually become second nature to you!
You’ll also learn the important things to avoid when singing harmony. This is to eliminate clashing between parts and allow you to sing your harmony to the composer’s desired effect!
Whether you’re singing as part of a church choir or a barbershop quartet, there are many reasons why you may wish to learn harmony. Whatever they are, Singorama’s harmony section contains a comprehensive, practical guide to the topic.
We will look at how vocals are used in different genres and some of their defining characteristics. We will also touch on the difference between different styles of singing and different genres of music.
These next few lessons will cover everything you need to know when it comes to learning a song from scratch all the way to adopting your own style of performance. Of course, we’ll also give you some great tips on how to make a song your own. So the goals for this lesson are:
In Lesson 15, we began looking at understanding a song’s meaning. We focused on the lyrics and the overall tone of a song. By this lesson, you will have already interpreted three poems and decided on the writer’s overall feeling and message. This will enable you to move on to the second part of understanding the meaning of a song.
This lesson is about conveying emotions through music and how to put your personality into the song. Now that you know the overall feel of the music and have the lyrics, it’s time for you to know how to express them to the audience
The goals for this lesson are to:
In this lesson, we will show you how to change a song, add to a song, and use stylistic aspects to turn the song into something that you can be remembered for.
The goals for this lesson are:
Think of American Idol – the judges always tell the contestants about how they want to “see their personalities come through when they are singing.” They don’t want them to just stand and recite a great song. They want the WOW factor. They want to see something that elicits emotion and makes people remember their performance.
For this lesson, we really want you to get excited about what you as a performer can do with a song. Coming up, you’re going to learn the technical aspects of how to learn a song. While the technical aspects are essential, they certainly aren’t as much fun as putting your stamp on a piece of music. So this is the precursor to the critical technical foundation.
Singing a song isn’t as easy as following the notes. In addition to all the vocal training needed to get one’s voice to produce the best possible sounds, a singer must also study a piece of music like an actor does with a script! Not only must you figure out the key that the music is written in, you must figure out the tempo, dynamics and style. You must figure out the meaning of the lyrics, where to emphasize certain words or sounds, and where to take a breath.
You may think, “Why bother with all this when I can just listen to a recording of the song and copy it?” That’s perfectly fine — if you don’t what to become a real singer. Could you imagine someone playing Hamlet by mechanically replicating other actors’ performances, rather than reading and understanding the play?
You need to understand what makes a song tick, where its heart lies, and where it offers untapped opportunities for your unique vocal qualities to shine. By breaking down a song yourself, you’ll become the expert — rather than passing the buck on to another singer. As a result, your vocal interpretation will be creative, unique, and entirely your own.
In this vital lesson, we’ll be teaching you the first four steps for learning a song. These first four steps cover the technical elements of a song. These are important to grasp first before you add your style and make the song your own. When you have mastered these steps, you’ll be able to put everything you have learned from Lesson 17 into practice.
The goals for this lesson are to:
This lesson will give you the final four steps to learning a song. In it, we are going to focus on stylistic features. Also, we will introduce you to three songs we have written for you to learn. Now, we understand that those who want to sing won’t necessarily have the same taste in music. As a result, we have written a funky pop song, a classic rock song and a slow yet powerful ballad.
The goals for this lesson are to:
Now that you have all these new skills to perfect, we also want you to be aware of how to deal with any potential mishaps. This lesson is focused on solutions to common problems. Have you heard the saying “A little bit of knowledge can be a dangerous thing”? Well, it very much applies to singing as well.
We wouldn’t want you to simply know how to use all the new knowledge you’ve acquired. We also want to show you how to get your voice back on track if problems arise that you haven’t encountered yet.
The goals for this lesson are:
In this lesson, we focus on the possibilities for your future as a singer. There really are endless possibilities for you to be in the public spotlight and performing. You just have to decide how far you want to take your singing.
In this lesson, we’re going to look at some options for you as a singer. Whether you want to perform in a choir, branch out into musical theatre or chase a professional recording contract, there are steps you need to take to make those goals a reality.
In this lesson, we’ll re-focus on one of the aspects of singing, namely how to extend your vocal range. With Part 2, we’ll be looking at what you’ve done, how much progress you‘ve made and if there are any problems so far.
This lesson is going to be slightly different from the rest. We want you to be able to do a self-assessment by examining your technique and understand if you are singing the extension exercises correctly.
You’ll get to practice some more powerful exercises and discover how to extend your vocal range to its fullest potential.
By this lesson you should be putting all the vocal range extension exercises to good use. You’ll need to keep practicing these and record the progress you are making.
In this lesson, we will be focusing on performing. This means knowing how to do it right AND what to do if something goes wrong. We will look at saving a bungled audition, what to do if you can’t hear yourself on stage, and what to do if you forget the words to your song.
By the end of this lesson, you should feel confident that you can perform in any situation you may be called to. You should also be prepared with some ways to counter any mistakes you might make when on stage.
Every professional singer must go through auditions at some stage in their life. Just like in a job interview, interviews provide potential employers proof of your singing skills as well as an indication of you suitability for what they have in mind.
In this lesson, you’re going to discover everything you need to know to have the best audition to secure that part you have always wanted.
In the commercial arena, singing is not just about vocal talent. It is about appearances as well – and first impressions matter most!
That’s why it’s so important for Singorama to cover topics like preparing for auditions, staying calm and focused, how to choose a song AND what to do after an audition!
By this lesson, you should be feeling confident about auditioning and feel ready to stride into a room full of judges to give them a great and memorable performance. In this lesson, we will be looking at writing your first song. This can be great fun as you get a chance to express your ideas and tell your own stories. It can also be quite daunting as you may have no idea where to start or what to do. There is no point in having these creative ideas if you can’t produce something from them.
In this lesson, we will look at how to start writing songs and concentrate on two ways most people get their inspiration.
Singing with a group of talented and like-minded people is one of the best experiences you can have as a singer. Getting out on a stage and performing original or cover songs to an amped audience brings a tremendous amount of satisfaction. When you are performing to an audience, you get to experience their instant feedback. Also, you’ll know straight away when you’re connected to them and doing a good job with your performance.
Once you start singing with a band, you’ll find that you need to know a lot more than just how to sing. You need to know how to communicate with your band members, how to adjust your vocals to the accompaniment, and how to rehearse effectively. Additionally, you’ll need to know how to harmonize if you’re the backup singer.
With Singorama’s tips for a band-singing success, you’ll discover secrets about how to find a band, look at what sort of band will suit you as a singer and make sure you are aware of some of the inherent challenges of being in a band. Some common concerns include: managing different schedules, dealing with diverse personalities within the band and adapting with the various dynamics involved in performing with others.
Now, if you have auditioned or performed on stage or maybe just in a karaoke bar, you may be familiar with some of these symptoms…
…shortness of breath, a churning stomach, shaky hands, weakness of the knees, a quickened heartbeat and many others…
Performance anxiety affects different singers in many ways. It can range from feeling a bit jittery before performing to a full blown panic attack, making the singer unable to even step onstage.
So in this lesson, we will look at some of the signs and triggers for performance anxiety and help you overcome any performance anxiety that YOU might experience through listening to a unique relaxation track that has been specifically designed for singers.
This lesson is a comprehensive look back at the entire Singorama course.
You’ll also find out what to do from here and you’ll need to continue to practice the numerous vocal and warmup exercises that we’ve covered.
If you’ve taken this course seriously as a whole and mastered the various exercises along the way, you will be a MUCH more accomplished singer and performer by the time you reach this lesson. You’ll have a vastly increased vocal range and be able to hit those notes with professional precision. You’ll also be able to sing songs across a variety of genres. Not only that, you’ll now have the technical expertise to take your singing to even greater heights in the future!
These fun and quick exercises are designed to be repeated until you can feel your voice start to loosen up. As you will find out in Lesson 2, warming up your voice gently is the best way to prepare to sing.
These strengthening exercises are designed to strengthen or improve the delivery of your singing. As you do these exercises, concentrate on how they sound, and not just whether you can reach the notes. Improving your tone, pitch, pacing and overall delivery will help improve your voice and show you where you still need to strengthen it.
We have had a lot of requests about extending your range. Everyone wants to be able to sing impressive-sounding high notes. So we have developed some exercises to test your range and improve it. All of these will challenge your voice and are designed to stretch your vocal chords thinner so they can produce a higher sound.
We believe that this program can give you an edge over other singers. As you master the interval training exercises and the Solfege system, you will increase your ability to learn songs, harmonize and grasp directions from audition panels that previously would have been like another language.
Ingrain these intervals in your head and keep up the practice! As you do this, you will have a good grasp on major and minor key intervals and be able to teach yourself songs without having to hear them first. This is an invaluable skill to have when faced with auditions. At some auditions, they will ask you to come back for a second round if you have impressed the panel with your first song. You could be presented with a song to learn on the spot. This is one way the director thins out the talent. If you can do what they ask and present a new song confidently, your chances of being picked are dramatically increased.
How do you know that you are hitting the right note every time?
Let me guess: you know you’re in pitch when you can hear it resonating well with the music… am I right?
Many singers sing this way instinctively, but if you want to become a professional singer, you’ll need to learn how to hit the right note every time. This is BEFORE you’ve even had the chance to tune your voice into the musical notes that have just been played. This is a great problem for many singers. But now with Singorama you can…
You’ve probably heard from musicians and singing teachers just how important it is to train your ear in order to both hit the right note every time and ultimately sing better.
We know it’s hard to believe, but if you can hear the difference between any two notes (i.e. a given one is higher that the other), then you know that you are NOT tone deaf. YOU have a natural inborn ability for perfect pitch which, like most singers, is just waiting to be harnessed.
“Perfect Your Pitch Pro” is a very simple but powerful computer game designed to train your ear to be able to recognize all 36 notes on the chromatic scale (across the 3 center octaves). The difficulty level ranges from easy to hard.
As you progress, the game gradually becomes more difficult. Just by playing this game, you’ll be amazed at how quickly you’ll train your ear via self-correction without much effort. Eventually, you’ll clock the game and be able to recognize all 36 center notes on the piano as they are played.
Your friends will be saying, “You have a great ear for music!” And you’ll not only find it far easier to hit the right note at all times. You’ll also have a better ear for music which in turn will pay you big, big dividends in your singing progress. What an opportunity!
Most vocal ranges span two octaves, or 13 to 14 white notes on a piano, although perhaps only one and a half octaves of those will be able to be sung consistently with good quality and pitch. With Singorama’s extensive practice exercises and training, you can extend your vocal range to four octaves or more. In fact, many Singorama students find themselves singing a full octave higher within the first few weeks!
Like any muscles, the vocal chords can be trained to make different co-ordinations. For example, a baseball player learns proper technique in order to hit the ball further. Even bodybuilders with exceptionally strong muscles cannot hit the ball as far as a baseball player with good technique could. Vocal technique or coordination can be taught to vocal chords without necessarily needing to strengthen them.
With Singorama, you’ll discover in step-by-step detail exactly how to ensure that you are not only capable of singing high pitch notes, but also STAYING on pitch. Better yet, we’ve also included high-quality illustrations and audio files to aid your learning. Vocal technique is extremely important, and by following the Singorama course, you’ll develop a professional quality vocal tone!
There’s MORE – with Singorama, you’ll even learn how to keep yourself from developing bad habits such as bad posture, singing out of tune, breaking between head and chest voices, keeping consistent tonal quality, vowel sounds and more!
Now it’s up to you to make the decision. You can either take this one-time offer and add Singorama 2.0 to your Superior Songwriting purchase for just $67, or pass it up and pay as much as $290 later. It’s your choice. As soon as you close this page you won’t see this offer ever again.
And you’ll never need to regret your decision later…
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… We literally take ALL of the risk for you, because that’s how much we believe in this system.
Picture this: It’s a year from today (or a lot sooner), and you’ve become the highly impressive singer you’d always dreamed of being — with a lot less effort than you expected. Even better, you know for a fact that you have the skills, resources and know exactly what to do with them to become an even better singer.
Now, stop and look back to today. Considering the fantastic singer you’re going to be, what price tag would constitute as a good investment?
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