Xitona Singing Tutor Basic Short Description:
Improving singing skill, tune musical instruments, measure voice tone, play mp3.
Xitona Singing Tutor Basic Long Description:
With Singing tutor you can: Improve your singing skill, tune musical instruments, measure voice tone, sing with mp3 song background and see your singing accuracy, listen your voice interpreted as a MIDI instrument. See the nearest music note to your voice tone. Sing some known melody, and Singing Tutor will show you how to play this melody with a piano or other keyboard instrument. Record and listen your own voice in wav format. Select several notes from the pitch range and test your singing in the selected diapason. Impartial Singing Tutor will help you to estimate your abilities and develop your singing skills. Singing Tutor idea is simple. Each note has a defined pitch frequency. The higher note has the higher frequency and vise versa. Singing Tutor allows to measure the pitch frequency of the voice or music, with high precision, and to compare it with pitch frequency of the reference note. Interesting fact: not everyone knows how to sing well. But peoples without musical training can not understand what is wrong. Among musicians it called by mysterious word - ear for music. This "musical ear" provides some subculture divide everyone into people who have it not. Nevertheless, ear for music can be evolved. Actually musical ear is just an ability to distinguish sounds of close height. Singing Tutor is wonderful voice tone measurer. Its measure accuracy more than enough to discern sounds, which very close to each other. From that standpoint, he has a great musical ear. It immediately displays your voice tone, and the nearest musical note. So you can adjust your voice, making it slightly above or below. Also it can sing in harmony with you, playing nearest note your voice. In such a way Singing Tutor discover mystery musical ear. And giving you an excellent opportunity to learn sing better.
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1) Xitona Singing Tutor