VoixTek Voice Training. Useful iPhone Apps for Singers. By John Henny | Posted Sept. 7, 2011, 7:04 p.m.
The recent explosion of smartphone apps has included a number of great tools for the singer. We have compiled a list of some of the best iPhone apps for helping vocalists stay in top performing shape. Pitch Pro ($0.99) An extremely simple and useful app, Pitch Pro includes a guitar tuner and a six-octave pitch reference, but singers will likely be most familiar with the virtual circular chromatic pitch pipe, which includes real samples of pitch pipe tones. Opening the app takes you to your favorite screen for referencing pitches. Voice Tutor ($4.99) Most vocal problems are individually addressed in this program. This simple app allows the singer to enter a melody and then try out different harmonies. Voice Analyzer Pro ($1.99) For singers interested in the science and application of vocal registration, this is an indispensable app.
Lyric Search (free) Sing Harmonies ($2.99) VocaLive ($19.99) Do Re Mi Ear Training ($4.99) VoiceCoach ($3.99) Apps For Singers: iPad/iPhone Apps AppList. Breathing, Pitch, Fitness, Posture - Vocal Exercises for Singers at Vocalist. Learn to sing with vocalists exercises for singers aimed at the complete beginner and as "jargon" free as possible.
They have been split into different sections which include breathing, fitness, pitch (ear training), posture and vocal exercises to allow for extra information to be added. Each section also contains links to related articles and external links to resources, lessons and further advice on each subject. If you are a complete novice start with our article on Singing Practise which explains why singers need to practise with suggestions on practise length. We highly recommend you seek supervised tuition from a reliable source. Please Read Our DISCLAIMER. The Right Material? Timing, Tempo & RhythmLearn how to sing in time with the music with our basic lessons which includes Beats Per Minute Reference Chart, Online Beat Counter & BPM/Metronome Downloads.
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They are not a substitute for the advice and care of a qualified physician. Consult your own inner wisdom to decide what's best for you...and please... don't sue me! Your being is your instrument. Just about anything you do that is good for your being is good for your voice, including the obvious: Numero Uno: SLEEP Yes, sleep. Nutrition Good nutrition means nurturing oneself in ways that promote health, energy and a sense of well being. Psychological, social and spiritual nourishment: Are you getting enough love and joy in your life? Regular exercise Regular aerobic exercise (brisk walking, bicycling, swimming, dance, etc.) not only keeps you strong and energetic, but helps relieve stress, strengthens your immune system and increases your aerobic (lung) capacity.
Stretching, relaxation, deep breathing and meditation Lubrication: Drink plenty of water, hot water or herb tea.