Voice Analyst: pitch & volume
by: Speech Tools Limited • 114
Top 3 Medical App in USA, UK, Australia, France, Canada and many more!
Over 1 million recordings have been made by singers, therapists and clinicians in over 100 countries around the world.
It is an essential tool for singers, LSVT, people with Parkinson’s Disease, voice difficulties or transgender voice monitoring.
- Record your voice and see your pitch and volume in real-time.
- Analyze your voice to show min/max/average pitch and volume
- Set minimum and maximum targets for pitch and volume.
- Zoom in on any part of a recording to analyze in detail.
- Save your recording to your device, iCloud, Dropbox and other cloud storage.
- Save any portion of your recording.
- Share your recordings and statistics by email, messaging, AirDrop and more.
- Copy your statistics to spreadsheets on your device and your Mac.
- Splitscreen and multitasking support.
- Updated for iOS11 and iPhone X
- GDPR compliant
Voice Analyst was created by a Speech and Language Therapist who wanted to make her voice therapy sessions more effective and efficient, especially LSVT sessions. It has been recommended as one of the 6 best iOS singing apps for singing teachers (Anne Leatherland, Vocal Process Limited).
Voice Analyst is easy to use and provides immediate visual, acoustic and statistical feedback of voice quality. The frequency response is from 60Hz to 2Khz and volume up to 120dB. Tests have proved Voice Analyst's pitch detection to be accurate to within 5 cents (or 5% of a semitone) across the full spectrum of speech. As a comparison the best human hearing can detect 8 cents.
Speech Tools Limted's lead Speech and Language Therapist is Samantha Brady who qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist in 2001 (PGDip, City University) and gained her Masters in Speech and Language Therapy in 2006 (MSc, City University). She has a wealth of experience of working in a variety of settings and her area of clinical expertise is adult neurology and voice. Samantha is a member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT), HPC Registered (SL10250) and Lee Silverman Voice Treatment Certified (LSVT).
If you are concerned about the quality of your voice, you should see your doctor and request a referral to an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Specialist.
If you have any comments on how we may improve Voice Analyst then we would be delighted to hear from you. Please email us at email@example.com.