Vocal Scaler

Vocal Scaler


(3 stars)


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A very simple app that plays various types of scales for vocalists to warm up or practice to.

You select the type of scale you want to practice, your vocal range and the tempo then click Play. Vocal Scaler will then generate a complete set of scales to lip-roll / trill / hum / sing along with, taking you through your entire vocal range, in single semi-tone steps.

Perfect for:
Replacing generic scale tapes as it can be set up exactly for your vocal range.
Budding vocalist who are doing regular voice conditioning exercises.

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Recently changed in this version

Vocal Scaler Version 1.0 Initial release

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  • (42 stars)

    by luine eru on 16/04/2014

    I like the app but please control the volume because it is so very low.

  • (42 stars)

    by Khushboo Shah on 05/04/2014

    Great idea...

  • (42 stars)

    by Izzie Belle on 23/03/2014

    The pitches aren't very accurate or helpful. I put A3 as my low note, but it started an octave lower. I get it might be trying to help extend the range, but by the time it gets to my true low note it takes forever. and I'm a soprano, so I need to be warming up my higher notes and not have to sit around for 7 minutes waiting to do so.

  • (42 stars)

    by utsuk gupta on 21/02/2014

  • (42 stars)

    by Rishi A. Nigam on 01/02/2014

    Nice... For practice before and exercise..

  • (42 stars)

    by Tieria Bradley on 11/01/2014

    Love ihtt

  • (42 stars)

    by Chris Parker on 18/12/2013

    This is really helpful to me with warming up and getting a better feel of my real vocal range! The only thing is that the pitches don't seem accurate (my lowest note is an E2, sometimes also D#2, but on E3 it plays the pitch that should be where E2 is). But I can't complain, I still know which octave the pitches of my ranges are in haha :) Awesome app, may even help me increase my range too!

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