How do I get on the mic?
Tap the microphone icon at the bottom of the screen to show you’re available. Then wait for the mic to be passed to you.
What’s the difference between the lead and partner mics?
Not much. However, the person on the partner mic will hear a slight delay from the lead mic (i.e., the other person’s vocals). To help with this, whoever is on the partner mic should try singing to the music track instead of the other person’s vocals. This will help you stay in sync with the lead mic and create a better performance for your audience.
Who can hear me while I’m on the mic?
Everyone in the Live will be able to hear you.
Will Smule record my Live?
While Smule does not record the sessions, there are ways for participants to record their Sing Live if they would like to. After a song is sung, hosts have the option of saving a clip of their recording. These recordings can be deleted by the host or guest at any point from the profile page. Additionally, audience members can record their screen using standard iOS functionality.
Are Sing Live sessions moderated by an admin?
Yes. The person who starts a Live (the owner) has admin powers. They can remove people from the mic and ban users from the session. Owners may also delegate this power to other users.
Does an admin need to be present at all times?
Yes. If there’s no admin, the Live session will automatically end. If a Live owner needs to leave a session, they can keep it going by granting admin power to other users before leaving.
What can I do if someone is being abusive in a Live?
If someone is breaking the Smule Community Guidelines, you can (and should) report them. To report a user, tap their image in the chat section of the Live, tap the menu icon at the top right of the pop-up, and tap to report them. To report an entire Live session, go to the Info Screen for the Live (swipe right from the main screen).