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Singorama Review

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Rated 4.6/5 based on 4 reviews

Hi there and welcome to my review of Singorama. If you're anything like me and you want to get good at singing, well maybe you thought about taking an online course to improve your vocal skills. Singorama is just such a course and I'll be discussing what I think about it in this video.

The course is broken down into four basic parts; there's eBooks, audio lessons, software, and there's some bonuses at the end. I found the eBooks both educational, absorbing and well-written, and they gave me an awful lot of great tips that helped me – well, basically improve my vocal range.

There are two eBooks, Beginner's Guide and an Advanced Guide. I've included the table of contents for both here, so you can take a look and see what's contained within them. There are 28 different lessons in the audio section. These includes such things as understanding your own voice, strengthening the voice and vocal tone. Basically each lesson is designed to move your voice on a little bit further forward. And there's some really, really great lessons contained within there.

The next section is the software section. This comes in two parts. The first part is the Singorama mini recording studio, basically this allows you to put down your voice and play it back to yourself so you can see how you sound when you're singing different types of tunes. I kind of like this, it was good and solid bit of software.

The next bit of software is – well basically again, it's called Perfect Your Pitch Pro. Basically ,it allows you to improve your understanding of way you're pitching and getting your pitch to be correct. It basically recognizes all 36 notes in a chromatic scale. And it works across three octaves. I found this really, really useful because in my head I always thought I pitched perfectly but until this came along then I had no real way of tracking it. And I found it very, very useful.

Okay, finally there were some bonuses that they threw in. The first bonus is a vocal warm-up exercise, to be quite honest, it was all right, take it or leave it. But one thing, I thought was worth the price of the course alone was the vocal strengthening exercises they were really, really useful.

Finally, there’s some range extension exercises which I thought were quite useful. So all in all, I think this is a truly great course. Well worth the money I paid, far less than what I would normally have to pay for a vocal lessons from a professional coach. And far full of more content. All in all, I just found it incredible value for money. And if you're looking for vocal coaching, you know what, there are few places you could start that'd be more value for money and better here.

All in all, this is the only real course out there that has everything I could have wanted and at a fraction of what it would have cost to pay a vocal coach.  5 out of 5