Singorama Singing Lessons Reviews

Singorama reviews

Does Singorama Really Work or Is it a Scam? Here is a review of Emily Mander's Program:

Have you always wanted to learn how to sing, but though taking private lessons was too costly or time consuming? Do you belt it out in the shower every morning, and think you can really sing well with a little help? If so, you should consider Singorama, a popular singing course created by Emily Mander. It is a downloadable course that covers all of the topics one would expect from private singing lessons.

The multimedia course contains written lessons as well as audio tracks, and assumes no prior knowledge or experience with singing. Whether you have had some lessons in the past or are a rank beginner, Singorama will pick up at your current skill level and allow you to quickly improve your singing voice.

Audio Lessons

The audio course is broken down into many short, easy to digest lessons that teach you a specific vocal technique or skill. Just some of the topics covered in the lessons include:

  • Avoiding negative habits
  • Learning to harmonize
  • How to overcome stage fright
  • Correct breathing techniques
  • Proper singing posture
  • Music theory

The lessons start with the basics and then move on to more advanced topics like developing your own stage presence and making each song you sing your own. The content in each audio lesson builds on the topics covered in previous tracks, so your skills will improve exponentially.

Songwriting

For all of the aspiring songwriters there is an additional 3-hour mini-course covering the art of writing great songs that you will perform. It includes two additional eBooks:

  • Song Writing Creativity
  • Becoming a Superior Songwriter

This is a great bonus for singers who want to create their own music in addition to learning how to sing properly.

eBooks

The audio course makes up the majority of the Singorama curriculum, but there is also a lot of supplemental written content that supports what you learn in the audio guides. The eBooks are meant to expand on some of the theory you learn from the audio tracks, and contain hotlinks to relevant audio files so you can refer to them while you are reading. There are two additional bonus eBooks that come with the guide as well:

  • Learning Techniques for Singing
  • Guide to reading Music

Software Package

You also get four different pieces of software with your Singorama package, all of which are meant to help you improve your skills and better understand the material in the eBooks and audio lessons. These include:

  • Perfect Your Pitch: Helps you identify notes based on their corresponding pitch, an important skill for singing from sheet music.
  • Singorama Mini Recording Studio: Allows you to record your own singing so you can assess your progress. It also features a virtual piano you can use to help you stay in tune.
  • Jayde Musica Pro: This is actually a game that helps you learn music theory and identify notes by ear. It actually makes this somewhat tedious process fun, so I consider it a valuable tool in your arsenal when it comes to learning to sing like a pro.
  • Singorama Metronome: This is pretty basic metronome software that will help you stay in time while you’re singing.

Digital Download

One great thing about Singorama is that once you make your purchase you can immediately download the course in its entirety. One potential drawback here is that the course is very large (it exceeds 1GB), so if you have a slow internet connection it will take you hours to download. Even of the download takes you awhile, however, it is better than waiting three weeks for the package to come by mail, so this is only a minor shortcoming in my mind.

Another major perk is that you can purchase Singorama risk free. You get a full 60 day assessment period to use the course, and if you are not satisfied with the product you can return it for a full refund.

Singing Lessons Made Easy

Singorama covers all the bases when it comes to learning how to sing, and is a great alternative for people who cannot afford traditional private lessons, or who want to be able to learn at their own pace. Emily Manders has put together a comprehensive guide for aspiring vocalists, and her course comes highly recommended.