This music app has long been a great choice for those looking to learn the guitar, bass and the ukulele.
You can follow the excellent and easy-to-follow tutorials using traditional music notation or Yousician’s own learning method, which shows you coloured bars to indicate which notes you should play.
But Yousician has something extra in its mix of step-by-step tutorials, courses and exercises.
The set of voice features are suited to both casual and more serious singers, offering real-time feedback on your performance while guiding you through the skills and techniques you need to hone.
Of course, there’s no extra equipment required. It’s just you, your vocal chords and the iPhone or iPad’s built-in microphone. It’s clever stuff – the app picks up on the nuances of your tone while the bars on-screen show if you’re singing too high or low.
Mini-games and workouts are intended to be fun, and with 126 voice lessons and hundreds of songs to warble along to, there’s a huge amount to take in. The Yousician team promises to add more lessons, songs and exercises over time too.
Get some practice in now, and when you next get the chance to perform of Celine Dion’s Think Twice you’ll have people in tears, guaranteed.