Full Review

Summary
Rating: 82.4/100. Highest-rated course under $100. Focused on beginners. Downloading the whole course is convenient, and software learning programs are a nice touch.

Pros:
– Lowest price of top 3 courses
– Easy to use and download lessons
– Audio, workbook and software mix

Cons:
– You have to download each file separately
– Ongoing lessons cost $27/month
– Not as much content as some courses

Lesson Format

Of the courses we have bought to review, Singorama is pretty well organized. We would have liked to see a few simple tweaks like zip files containing multiple lessons for easier access, but it’s definitely easy enough to use, even for complete beginners.

To summarize, here’s a quick list of what comes with the full Singorama program:

– Interactive Audio: 28 Lessons
– Vocal Warmup Exercises: 21
– Original Songs: 3
– Singorama Workbook (154 page PDF)
– How to Read Music (99 page PDF)
– Software: 3 learning programs

Now, let’s break down the entire course, part by part, so you know exactly what to expect if you decide to invest in the program for yourself or an aspiring singer you know…

Part 1: Audio Lessons

Getting Started as a Singer
1. Getting Started: Understanding Your Own Voice
2. Warmups and Strengthening the Voice
3. Breathing and Posture

Vocal Technique
4. Vocal Tone
5. Pitch: Staying in Tune
6. Chest Voice and Head Voice
7. Bad Habits to Avoid
8. Extending Your Vocal Range: Part I of II

The Technical Stuff
9. Time Signatures, Key Signatures, and Rhythm
10. Major & Minor Keys and the Solfege System
11. Intervals and the Solfege System

Singing Style
12. Different Styles of Music
13. Harmony
14. Different Genres of Music

Learn Entire Songs
15. Meaning of a Song: Part I on Lyrics and Tone
16. Meaning of a Song: Part II on Emotions and Personality
17. Making a Song Your Own
18. Learning a Full Song: Part I of II
19. Learning a Full Song: Part II of II

Your Future as a Singer
20. Solutions to Common Problems
21. Your Future as a Singer
22. Extending Your Vocal Range- Part II of II
23. Performance Tips
24. Auditions
25. Writing Your First Song
26. Singing with a Band
27. Performance Anxiety
28. Final Overview

Part 2: Vocal Warmup Exercises

1. Lip Roll Exercise
2. Siren Exercise
3. Warmup Scales
4. 121 Exercise
5. “I like to sing” Exercise

Part 3: Original Songs

1. Ballad: Lyrics, Vocals, Instrumental & Full Mix
2. Rock: Lyrics, Vocals, Instrumental & Full Mix
3. Pop: Lyrics, Vocals, Instrumental & Full Mix

Part 4: Workbooks

1. Singorama workbook (PDF companion to audio lessons)
2. How to Read Music workbook

Part 5: Software (PC & Mac)

1. Singorama Mini Recording Studio
2. Perfect Your Pitch Pro
3. Jayde Musica (Music Reading)

Is Singorama for You?

While there are courses we have rated higher than Singorama, it has two distinct advantage: Price and Software.

The top two lessons include more content, and were created by two very popular, highly-trained singers, but it’s important to note that Singorama is the best course for under $100.

It’s also nice that they offer a 60-day money back guarantee, making this the lowest-risk purchase of any singing lessons we’ve bought (considering its price is lower, but it still offers a great refund policy).

If you would prefer to download your singing course, and want a mixture of audio, workbooks and software, Singorama is a solid choice for beginners.

Conclusion to our Singorama Review

We hope you enjoyed our detailed Singorama review, and that our evaluation helped you figure out if it’s right for you.