How To Sing and Play Ukulele At The Same Time – How to play beginner songs

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Here is a lesson on how to how to sing and play ukulele at the same time. Now, this lesson is to teach you how to sing and play at the same time. It focuses on the timing and nailing the specific words with specific changes. To really learn how to sing I recommend that you get a coach, but these general tips will help get you started. Check it out and at the minimum it will get you moving in the right direction. If this helps we also have a lot of other videos, how to play beginner songs, how to play the blues, learning the pentatonic scales, and all kinds of goods stuff.

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21 thoughts on “How To Sing and Play Ukulele At The Same Time – How to play beginner songs”

  1. I know how to sing and strum down down down down, but when I start to strum
    a different pattern and sing my brain collapse and my strumming goes out of
    control. Do you have any helpful tip on how to learn new strumming patterns
    and sing at the same time?
    My chordhand does what it is suppose to but the strumming hand feels like
    from an other planet.´╗┐

  2. hey you should do a I’m yours cover, I love that song but there’s no other
    good tutorials of it and you played it just like the album´╗┐

  3. I think it’s that old problem that men can’t multitask! I can play the
    chords of ‘You are my sunshine’ fine and it all sounds great without any
    vocals. I’m using the D DU UDU strumming pattern, but when I sing (or
    whistle) the melody, which obviously has it’s own timing, the strumming
    pattern is badly affected and I usually default to a boring DUDUDUDU
    pattern (which works). It’s a bit like some people have trouble patting
    their head the same time as doing circular motions around the tummy!
    Struggling with it!´╗┐

  4. I’ve been struggling with that a lot, I’m going to try out these tips and
    see if I make some progress! Hopefully I do.´╗┐

  5. I sang out loud for the first time ­čÖé not in front of anyone though because
    I’m shy ­čÖü I’m 11 too so my voice sounds weird my channel has the video´╗┐

  6. After trying for years to play the Ukelele I found Arthurs Uke Blog and it
    seems to be the simplest home study system (check it out on google)´╗┐

  7. remember to be realistic – you must put in some work whichever method you
    decide on for becoming a singer I’ve been studying different systems and
    found an awesome website at Bens Singer Blog (google it if you’re
    interested)´╗┐

  8. I’ve just started learning the ukulele so I’ve started off with some simple
    4 chord songs, they’re mostly from the cartoon Steven universe, the only
    problem is that the timing relies on the lyrics, I know the lyrics really
    well but I can’t sing while playing, because if I do for some reason I stop
    strumming or struggle to remember when I need to change chords (I don’t use
    strumming patterns yet, so all I do is either down down down or down up)
    and I accidentally play the wrong chords at the wrong time, I just lose
    concentration even though I’m pretty good at the song and I can remember
    everything off by heart. I can’t think about the lyrics without singing
    them otherwise I lose concentration too.´╗┐

  9. How do you keep your strum pattern while you sing? I’m learning riptide and
    I can sing it and I can play it but as soon as i sing it while playing I
    cant do the strum pattern at the same time´╗┐

  10. I’m leading the judge and I know the cords and the lyrics but every time I
    try to do both I can’t. It’s like my brain can do one thing at one´╗┐

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