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WARNING Before playing this game, read the Xbox 360® Instruction Manual and any peripheral manuals for important safety and health information. Keep all manuals for future reference. For replacement manuals, or call Xbox Customer Support.

Important Health Warning About Playing Video Games

Photosensitive seizures

A very small percentage of people may experience a seizure when exposed to certain visual images, including flashing lights or patterns that may appear in video games. Even people who have no history of seizures or epilepsy may have an undiagnosed condition that can cause these “photosensitive epileptic seizures” while watching video games.

These seizures may have a variety of symptoms, including lightheadedness, altered vision, eye or face twitching, jerking or shaking of arms or legs, disorientation, confusion, or momentary loss of awareness. Seizures may also cause loss of consciousness or convulsions that can lead to injury from falling down or striking nearby objects.

Immediately stop playing and consult a doctor if you experience any of these symptoms. Parents should watch for or ask their children about the above symptoms— children and teenagers are more likely than adults to experience these seizures. The risk of photosensitive epileptic seizures may be reduced by taking the following precautions: Sit farther from the screen; use a smaller screen; play in a well-litroom; do not play when you are drowsy or fatigued.

If you or any of your relatives have a history of seizures or epilepsy, consult a doctor before playing.

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Table of Contents




CONNECT TO Xbox LIVE®................................




Disney Sing It Basics...................................


Quick Play....................................................


Single Player................................................


Multiplayer ..................................................






Customer Support.......................................


Limited Warranty.........................................













Xbox 360® Controller













Left trigger w






xRight trigger
























































Right bumper

















Y button































Left bumper





























X button




















B button

Left thumbstick











A button





























































































Directional pad



Right thumbstick


Xbox Guide

Use the directional pad or left stick to move through menus, Abutton to accept a selection, andB button to move back or return to previous screens.

The diagram above shows the default settings.

Basic Controls

Lthumbstickorldirectional pad– Navigate menus

A button – Accept / Advance to next screenBbutton – Back / Return to previous screen>button – Start game


Your microphone must be plugged in at all times while playing the game. Microphone input is indicated with an icon on the Song Selection and Options menus. Some multiplayer options become available when two microphones are connected. Choose Mic Volume from the Options menu to adjust volume levels for each microphone.

Connecting your microphone to the Xbox 360 console is a snap:

1.Make sure the power is switched OFF.

2.Attach your microphone’s USB connector to one of the USB connections on the back of your Xbox 360.

3.Turn the power ON.

4.Load Disney Sing It: High School Musical 3: Senior Year.


*Disney Sing It: High School Musical 3: Senior Year supports either the Logitech® or Xbox 360 Wireless Microphone. Note that only one type of microphone will work at a time, not simultaneously.

Connect to Xbox LIVE®

Play anyone and everyone, anytime, anywhere on Xbox LIVE®. Build your profile (your gamer card). Chat with your friends. Download content (TV shows, trailers, HD movies, game demos, exclusive game content, and

Arcade games) at Xbox LIVE Marketplace. Send and receive voice and video messages. Use LIVE with both Xbox 360® and Windows®. Play, chat, and download on both your PC and your Xbox 360. LIVE gives you ultimate access to the things you want and the people you know, on both your PC and your TV. Get connected and join the revolution!


Before you can use Xbox LIVE, connect your Xbox 360 console to a highspeed Internet connection and sign up to become an Xbox LIVE member.

For more information about connecting, and to determine whether Xbox LIVE is available in your region, go to

Family Settings

These easy and flexible tools enable parents and caregivers to decide which games young game players can access based on the content rating. And now, LIVE Family Settings and Windows Vista Parental Controls work better together. Parents can restrict access to mature-ratedcontent. Approve who and how your family interacts with others online with the LIVE service. And set time limits on how long they can play. For more information, go



You and your friends can now belt it out to some of your favorite songs and videos from all three High School Musical movies.

Take center stage as a solo artist and discover your inner performer in various single player modes. Release those vocal powers and challenge friends to a sing-off!You and up to seven of your friends will have the ultimate karaoke experience playing various multiplayer modes including duet, versus and team play. So, browse through these pages, grab your friends, grab a mic and belt it out with some of your favorite High School Musical songs!


Song Selection

Once you decide which kind of game you want to play, choose any song to start the show!

Scroll through the music videos to see and hear previews.

Decide if you want to sing part of the song or the whole song and choose your difficulty level.

In multiplayer modes, each singer chooses his or her own difficulty level and everyone can sing together.

Pitch Detection Bar

Follow along as the pitch bar and lyrics cross the screen to guide your tune. Keep the pitch indicator on the bars for the best performance!

When there are two singers, player one is always at the bottom and pitch bars and lyrics are color-codedgreen for Player 1 and purple for Player 2.


From the Options menu you can load or save your profile, adjust your microphone settings, view credits, adjust camera settings and choose a storage device.


Hit all the notes on one screen to earn double points. Sing three screens flawlessly to earn triple points and five screens for quadruple points! Missing a note will end your winning streak and you’ll lose your multipliers.


Time to sing! Select Quick Play at the main menu to go straight to singing.

Choose Solo to start a solo performance, Versus to sing against a friend or Duet to sing cooperatively.

Pick a song and difficulty level and click the button on the screen to start belting it out.

In Single Player mode you can take singing lessons in Sing It Pro or test your skills inYou’re on Your Own! Be the star of your own live concert inGig Mode!


Sing It Pro

Singing lessons are fun with your own personal voice coach. In Sing It Pro you can perfect your singing voice while practicing pitch, accuracy, breathing techniques and harmony.

First, listen to a portion of a song and sing it accurately to move on to the next song in the lesson. Get them both right and move on to the next lesson.

Then, use the skills you’ve learned to earn excellent scores in real challenges.

Go back to Sing It Pro anytime to master songs or brush up on your skills.

You’re on Your Own!

Are you up to the challenge? Choose a song you know well enough to sing without lyrics, score or pitch marks to guide you. Your score will be displayed at the end of the song.

Gig Mode

Put on a live concert!

Create and arrange your own personal set list of up to five songs to perform. Rock it out!

At the end of your gig your final score is averaged from all the songs you’ve played.

Gig Mode can also be selected from multiplayer options.


It’s fun to play Disney Sing It: High School Musical 3: Senior Yearwith your friends. Sing together in Duet mode, battle against each other in a Versus tournament, play together in Team Play or perform a concert in Gig Mode.

When there are two singers, player one is always at the bottom and pitch bars and lyrics are color-codedgreen for Player 1 and purple for Player 2.

Players choose their own individual difficulty level so everyone can play together.

Some multiplayer options become available when two microphones are connected.

Duet / Versus

Sing any of the songs together in Duet mode to create beautiful harmonies. Play against a friend in a Versus competition.

Team Play

Work together as a team singing Duets or competing in Versus tournaments.

Choose a team name from the list and start singing.

You can sing alone or as part of a duet. Up to eight players can join Team Play.

Save team profiles to keep track of wins and scores and the team’s Most Valuable Player.


Gig Mode

Time to put on a show! You and a friend can perform a concert together by singing a duet of up to five songs consecutively.

Choose which songs you want to sing together.

The player with the highest average score for all songs performed is The Star of the Show.

From here you can choose your background theme and check out high scores.

Choose Theme

Customize the look of your game the way you prefer by choosing from three High School Musical themes.

Use Quick Play to get straight to singing! Create a Solo or Duet performance or enter into Versus mode with a friend.

Become a better singer or master a tough song in Single Player mode by taking personal singing lessons at Sing It Pro or by relaxing your vocal chords inWarm Up sessions.

After mastering a difficult song during your lessons at Sing It Pro, put your skills to the test inYou’re on Your Own!

Put on a live solo concert or perform a duet with a friend in

Gig Mode! Design your own set list to sing up to five songsback-to-back!