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post Aug 21 2008, 07:54 PM
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Hey Nemanja, Hey GMC singers,

Maybe it's a stupid questions but here it is anyhow

I have bought a book with cd to train my voice. If I hold my tuner to the speakers when the cd plays the notes are always marked correctly. If I try to sing with my tuner to reach the key it works but isn't an ideal situation.

Is there software that recognizes your tone if your singing? Ex. :If you sing an E that the software recognizes it and marks it.

Thanks, Pio Jr.

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post Aug 23 2008, 03:15 PM
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Hey Nemanja, Hey GMC singers,

Maybe it's a stupid questions but here it is anyhow

I have bought a book with cd to train my voice. If I hold my metronome to the speakers when the cd plays the notes are always marked correctly. If I try to sing with my metronome to reach the key it works but isn't an ideal situation.

Is there software that recognizes your tone if your singing? Ex. :If you sing an E that the software recognizes it and marks it.

Thanks, Pio Jr.

Hi,there are a few programs,they can track pitch,but they are meant for pitch correction.You haw Antreas Autotune and Celemony Melodyne.
What you can do if you haw a mic,you can record your self practicing,and then check where you made your mistakes.
I practice that way some times.The software is not free,but is good for pitch correction.
Sorry if I could not help you a bit more.


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Martin la guitar...
post Aug 23 2008, 03:23 PM
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Try a tuner, most of them tells you what tone you're singing
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post Aug 23 2008, 03:48 PM
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post Aug 23 2008, 03:52 PM
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Earmaster pro 5 has a singing section that will measure your pitch- if you have a mic ofcourse. Great program for many other reasons too smile.gif
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post Aug 23 2008, 03:54 PM
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Yeah as Martin la guitarra sad,tuner can do the job as well.smile.gif


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