Top 9 Apps for Improving Your Vocals and Singing Ability

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Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Ti Do! Sound familiar? You’re probably singing it right now. But how do you know if you’re singing it correctly?How can you tell if you sound like Celine Dion or Oscar the Grouch?  If you’re not sure, these 9 apps for improving your vocals and singing ability might help.

9. Erol Singer’s Studio

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Whether you’re a novice or teacher, this app for improving your singing voice encourages better ear training and range enhancement/improvement. It’s also the priciest on the list at $14.99.

8. Matt Farnsworth Vocal Studio

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Matt Farnsworth, famous NYC vocal coach, has developed a free app to help you improve your singing voice.  The app features an algorithm for fine tuning a unique warm-up specific to your voice and style.

7. Singing Course

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With step-by-step instructions on everything from throat singing and falsetto to holding a microphone correctly, this $0.99 app is ideal for the beginning singer.

6. SingSharp, Learn to Sing

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Source: play.google.com.

Featuring warm-ups, a training program, and the ability to track your progress, this free app is ideal for most beginners and even intermediate singers.

5. Easy Ear Training

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This handy solution is based on the Solfege method of ear-training.  Just like SingSharp, you can train, track your progress, and warm-up using this free app.

4. SWIFTSCALES Vocal Trainer

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Source: play.google.com.

This free app has something for everyone: warm-ups for beginners, scale pattern creation for performers, and theory exercises and other instructional aides for teachers.

3. Note Hitter Voice

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If you’ve been singing for a while and wish to improve your sight singing or interval recognition skills, this free app may be just what you need.

2. Vocal Coach Music Theater

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Renowned vocal coach Liz Caplan has developed her own series of vocal training apps for the seasoned singer.  You’ll get tips on auditions, feeding your voice, and even performing while congested.  The app comes in both male and female versions.

1. Vox Tools: Learn to Sing

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This FREE app was developed for singers by singers and offers traditional warm-ups you can customize for your own practice.

Take a few minutes to browse the App Store or Google Play on your smart phone/device and decide on the singing app that’s best for you. You may surprise yourself the next time you venture out to sing karaoke!

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  1. Hi Cara,

    thanks for the shout out!!
    Matt Farnsworth Vocal Studio
    MF Voice App

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