West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
Singorama an online singing program that claims to help individuals dramatically improve their vocal range, pitch, rhythm and timing, all without the need of a live vocal coach, has caught the attention of amateur singer and writer Laura O’Connor prompting an investigative review.
The program is the brainchild of Melanie Alexander who was the lead singer in an all girl group from Australia, called ‘Girlfriend’. The group enjoyed huge international success and enabled Alexander to travel the world, record with top producers in the US, and even hit number one in several countries.
“I was skeptical... as someone who has taken "real" voice lessons I wasn't expecting much... but the program quality surprised me," says O'Connor. “The online singing lessons are actually great for beginners who really do not know how to sing but want to learn, as well as for those who are more skilled but who still want to develop their voices further. Even pros will learn valuable tips and tricks on voice projection, pitch and vocal control."
In her review O'Connor outlines the product and likes how Sing o rama is presented in a step-by-step, easy-to-follow manner. Musician, artist, and renowned vocal instructor Melanie Alexander has created a very doable program that delivers impressive results for those people who are willing to put in the time and effort.
According to O’Connor, Alexander believes that no matter how bad you think your singing voice is, it can still be trained and strengthened with the help of the right training and learning system.
In her review, O'Connor reveals that the program is comprised of 28 audio lessons, Mini Recording Studio Software, another program called Perfect Pitch Pro, as well as separate vocal warmups, vocal strengthening exercises, range extension exercises and Alexander's special interval training for singers.
The Singorama program also comes with a 60-day money back guarantee if you are not happy with the lessons for any reason.
O'Connor warns, "Of course, you won't be able sing like a professional simply because you listened to a few of the lessons. You’ll need to download the Sing-o-rama audio tracks and practice the exercises and drills Melanie lays out.”
In conclusion, O'Connor gives Singorama her recommendation and encourages anyone who wants to take their voice to the next level to give the program a try.