New Here but Loving it.

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    Kashif Rashid 4 years ago

    I just signed up for the 14 day test feature and I practiced for a bit yesterday. I love it. I have a few questions tho


    How is one supposed to go about the lessons. I can see the lessons are about 10-15 mins and it focuses on vocal exercises. Im sure one needs to do more a day so do we go on to the next lesson? Or should we repeat the lesson multiple times? 

    Secondly, I saw that there were three 30 day beginner courses. Should one do all three of them or should we do one and move on the advanced courses? 

    Finally how does one do a voice check ?? 

    Thank you so much for your time. 

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    Camille van Niekerk 4 years ago

    Hi, Kashif! Glad you're enjoying it. 

    For beginning singers, less time per session (but more frequent) is ideal: we don't want you to tire out your voice! And each video introduces a new skill or concept that takes time to practice. I'd say the best idea is to do just one less per day, but repeat the exercises within that lesson if your voice is feeling good! Then, if you want to keep working: in addition to warming up and completing a lesson, you can spend some time (1) listening and analyzing - especially live vocals from artists you love, (2) working on ear training, specifically your ability to match pitch throughout your range, and (3) learning + rehearsing some songs.

    Just one beginner course is recommended, but you can check them all out if you want! I'd recommend you start with Jonathan Estabrooks' course - his and mine have the same material. 

    By voice check, do you mean determining your vocal range? 

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    Kashif Rashid 4 years ago

    Thank you for responding. 


    By voice check , I remember you mentioned an app on another forum question to check if your pitch is right or not .Now I cant seem to find the post. I remember the name of the app was pitch perfect. . There is no search feature on the forum otherwise I would have been able to find it.

     Can you link that software again as the one Im getting is not related to music. Maybe its not available in my country but I can try looking for it if I have a link 

    It will give me some feedback atleast about me going in the right direction or not. 




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    Camille van Niekerk 4 years ago

    Got it! Please see below:

    Free sites: 

    Online keyboard -

    Chromatic tuner -


    Free apps for both iPhone + android:

    Pitched Tuner -

    SingSharp -


    iPhone only:

    PerfectPitch -


    How to find songs within my range (note special instructions for male singers):

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