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Teach yourself to sing in 2020

We are coming to the end of the year. Oh wait. We are in fact very close to end the decade. Welcoming the new decade with a new resolution is a perfect way to kickstart the year. Picking up a habit that helps us in enhancing our lifestyle for good and leading a more meaningful life is what we should be looking at. To add colour to the new year 2020, try Singing as a hobby. Singing classical ragas from…

Tips to Sing Better: Listen, listen and listen

Before you start practicing a new lesson, listen to it a number of times until it syncs in. Imagine yourself singing it and sing it in your mind before you actually do. Do this for a few times and see the wonders it does 🙂 Do you know that you can listen to all the lessons in Riyaz before you practice? Just click the listen button on the lesson practice screen! Other Tips Avoid Common Mistakes Keep it Simple and…

Tips to Sing Better: Avoid Common Mistakes

Do you feel uneasiness and stress when you practice singing? If yes, chances are that you are making one of the following common mistakes among beginners. Address them today and let them not bother you! #1 Practicing in a voice range that is not suited to you. If this is the case, you will often find yourself struggling to sing all the notes from a single basic lesson from Riyaz. How to fix: Riyaz calibrates your practice lessons to a…

Sonu Nigam’s tip to Beginners

“There is actually no formula that can make anyone a top singer. Many singers who started to sing much late in life are doing good and making money. Therefore, I believe that for any field, be it music, film or fashion, the right time is when you decide on something and how passionate you are about it.Singing is something in which one needs to put a lot of soul and humility. Arrogance and judging people is what one should stay…

Why practice swaras?

What are swaras? Hindustani classical music has seven basic notes called swaras. These are Shadja, Rishabha, Gandhara, Madhyama, Panchama, Dhaivata and Nishada. We commonly come across them in their shortened forms as Sa, Re, Ga, Ma, Pa, Dha, and Ni. Sa is the root/base note and the reference point based on which an octave is defined. Together, they are known as the sargam. The Shadja The Shadja or Sa is the root/base note with respect to which remaining swaras of…

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