I now have an Android version of the Sing Harmonies App available on Google Play. It works just like the iOS version and comes loaded with three harmony songs: Lean On Me, Teach Your Children, and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. All of the 38 additional songs available for the iOS version are also available for the Android version via in-app purchase. Detailed song info is here. If you like the app please leave a review on Google Play. Check out the app here.
I've been learning and singing the alto harmony part for Helplessly Hoping, Take it Easy, Imagine, and a bunch of other great songs. We still need to add the soprano, tenor, and bass singers--we're hoping to add ten new songs to the app by the summer. Meanwhile, our developers are still hard at work on an android version of the Sing Harmonies App, which will include all the same songs as the iPhone/iPad version.
Sing Harmonies 3.0 is now available at the App Store: is you already own it definitely update it, updating is free--this version is much improved and easier to use. We are now in the beginning stages of developing an Android version of the app, as many singers have asked us to do.
Now through Dec. 25th: Harmony Sing by Ear and the No Scales, Just Songs Vocal Workouts Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are 10% off. Please go to the detail page of each method to see the sale price. Hope you have wonderful holidays!
Need to find your inner Mama or Papa? We've just produced and added eight more songs to the app, all available via in-app purchase. The songs include California Dreamin', Bridge Over Troubled Water, Swing Low Sweet Chariot, Peaceful Easy Feeling, and four more. I'm singing the alto part on all of them. Detailed info on all of the app songs is here,
A much improved version of my Sing Harmonies app is now at the App Store: it has a better look, improved functionality, and we've added nineteen new songs, available via in-app purchase. So far the most popular songs have been Amazing Grace, Rolling in the Deep, and Hallelujah. The least popular? Baby: sorry, Justin Bieber. The Sing Harmonies website has song arrangement info, keys, and more.
This last week I’ve Skyped singing lessons with singers in Knoxville, New York City, Buenos Aires, and on the other side of Nashville. Skype does have it’s limits. but I’ve worked out some very tricky technical problems and some pretty subtle delivery issues with singers who are far away. Plus, my dogs love it because they can be in my teaching room while I’m Skypeing. More info here