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Riyaz updates delayed due to Covid19

Unless you are breaking stuff, you are not moving fast enough. Mark Zuckerberg Hello Riyazers! First things first. Hearty thanks to each of you from Team Riyaz for getting back with your invaluable feedback on the recent major update to Riyaz. You treated us like family and we’ll respond with nothing less ❤️ That above quote by Mark Zuckerberg, captures our spirits in Team Riyaz. Our team espouses that principle to constantly improve Riyaz factoring in all the feedback we get from you,…

Where are 2 min warmup and 30 min practice?

In the beginning days of Riyaz, we launched the features of “2 min warmup” and “30 minutes practice” (or it could be 10/20 minute practice if you choose lesser durations) for Riyazers to quickly practice material from their ongoing courses. In the previous versions, the lessons you saw for these two sections were automatically put together by an algorithm depending on what you practiced and how you scored on them in the past. But we realised that there are two…

How do you practice on Riyaz?

We recently rolled out Day-wise practice plans on Riyaz for all of the courses we offer. Day-wise practice plans are the suggested way to practice towards completing a selected course. Each day’s plan comes with i) Revision of relevant past lessons, ii) Brush-up of necessary concepts required for that day’s objectives, iii) New lessons for the day. As mentioned in our previous posts about day-wise practice plans, this is intended to address the user concerns of being completely lost on…

Day wise course plans

Dear Riyazers On new year’s eve, we announced that we were working on a new version of Riyaz to take your learning experience further ahead. After months of hard work, we’re now just days away from rolling out this major update of Riyaz to you. We’re very excited and we want to share a sneak peek of what’s coming! 🙂 In previous versions of Riyaz, courses did not come with guidelines/plan on how to practice the lessons and complete a…

Simplifying Riyaz to help you stay focussed on practice

In the update that is rolling out starting today, you’ll see that Riyaz has been simplified quite a lot. Riyaz had four tabs in the earlier versions like below. This layout has proven to be a distraction for new users as there is too much going on in this screen to comprehend. After consulting with a few users and UI/UX design experts, we have decided to change it to this new design shown below. Here are the changes. We’ve removed…

Indian Ragas: Introduction to Raag Jaunpuri

Jaunpuri is an Shadhav – Sampurna (consists of 6 notes in Aaroh and 7 notes in Aavroh)  raga from the Hindustani music tradition. It is one of the ragas of choice for songs which show Bhakti or Grandeur. When is Raag Jaunpuri sung? Raag Jaunpuri is usually sung in the morning from 9 am – 12 pm. What is the nature of Raag Jaunpuri? Raag Jaunpuri depicts the Karuna (Compassion) Rasa and Bhakti (Devotional) Rasa. What is the Thaat of Raag Jaunpuri? The…

Indian Ragas: Introduction to Raag Bhoop

Bhoop is an Audava (consists of 5 notes)  raga from the Hindustani music tradition. It is one of the first ragas students learn in Hindustani music. Raag Bhoop is of the most popular ragas for many Indian folk songs as well regional film compositions. There has also been quite a good number of Hindi film songs in Raag Bhoop . When is Raag Bhoop sung? Raag Bhoop is sung in the 1st division of the night from 6 pm– 9 pm.…

Indian Ragas: Introduction to Raag Khamaj

Khamaj is a Shadava – Sampurna (consists of 6 notes in Arohana and 7 notes in the Avarohana)  raga from the Hindustani music tradition. It is a very popular raga in lighter forms of Hindustani Classical Music. Many Ghazals and Thumris are based out of Raag Khamaj. There has also been quite a good number of Hindi film compositions in Raag Khamaj as well. When is Raag Khamaj sung? Raag Khamaj is sung in the 2nd division of the night…

Riyaz App Coupons

RIYAZWP25 – Avail 25% off on the quarterly subscription. Contrary to what is deemed, learning to sing is not just easy but also is fun and engaging. RIYAZ as a platform offers just that user experience. Taking a subscription on RIYAZ allows a user to practice more than 10 minutes daily and offers all the product features to learn on the go.  The premium version is loaded with features that are just necessary for anyone to become a singer. The…

#ListenToSing – Palaghat R. Raghu

Palaghat R. Raghu was a renowned percussionist from the Carnatic Music tradition. His instrument of expertise was the Mridangam, which he learnt from early childhood. Palaghat was a well known figure not only in India, but all around the world. He toured across Europe, America, Australia, Malaysia and Singapore extensively in his career. He performed alongside well known Indian Classical musicians like Pandit Ravi Shankar, Hariprasad Chaurasia, Shivkumar Sharma and Allah Rakha in many many concerts. He also taught music…

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