… and we don’t want it to be a surprise! Not because we can’t keep quiet 😉 As creators of Riyaz, we see two distinct kinds of behaviours of Riyazers. A few of you are highly-informed people who know how to go about learning to sing. Riyaz has been serving you relentlessly in your pursuit… More We have a gift for you this new year!
Did you check out the tools tab on riyaz yet? We’ve got 3 very useful tools for you singers out there! Give them at try! You will have fun for sure! Here is a small overview of each of the tools!
You might be wondering – “Come on! I know how to breathe!!”. I don’t doubt you. You of course know how to breathe – to be alive! But do you know how to breathe – to sing effectively? Mostly not, if you are a beginner. There are two fundamental aspects to breathing while singing: 1. Taking… More Tips to Sing Better: Breathing the right way!
Dear fellow singing aspirants and music connoisseurs! We just released a major update to Riyaz that brings in desired improvements to this already well-received application (thank you for that!!). This release also brings in few new aspects that will further help you in nurturing yourself to be a singer or a well educated connoisseur. Here… More Key Improvements to Riyaz in the Current Release
Today let’s talk about one of the recent additions in our Riyaz app, the Vocal Monitor. This feature is requested by many Riyazers like you. So how does it help you improve singing? I’ll tell you a few usage scenarios and leave the rest to your creativity and imagination! Scenario 1: Sing and visualise what you… More Five ways you can benefit from Vocal Monitor!
In this post, we will help you with identifying your (modal) voice register and consequently your sruti. For those of you who are not aware of these concepts, let me clarify what they actually mean.
Hello, and a warm welcome to this community of singers and singing aspirants! Do you still remember the first time you pedalled a bicycle? Relive that thin moment before we finally sailed away relishing the hard learnt ability to balance ourselves on its two wheels. We all craved for that gentle, loving nudge. An elder sibling, or perhaps… More Welcome, fellow singing aspirants!