The app will show your voice range and will also make an assumption about your singing voice and show who of the famous singers has a similar voice
A2-A4 - Baritone
Understanding the range helps in teaching with vocals, karaoke, and also to understand which songs suit you and which ones do not.
Vocal Range will help you to know how wide your vocal range is
And as it will show which of the famous singers voice is the same as you
- Improved stability
- Fixed some small bugs
Ratings and Reviews
Serves its purpose, but very finicky
You have to be in a completely silent room and not move a muscle while you sing, otherwise it’ll detect the slightest noice and assume that it was you who made the single sound four octaves deeper than your normal range and completely screw up the range it’s recorded for you. You can drag the high and low ends of the range yourself to fix this, but that defeats the purpose of the app. Finding singers with the same range is a super neat feature. I don’t have a great sense of pitch so I can’t confirm how close it is, but it definitely seems to be accurate. I only got a very limited number of artists in my range, but in fairness my range is pretty small so that may be why.
I had high hopes for this app. It sounds great in the description but alas I find it severely lacking in actual delivery. The pitch range finder is way off to start with. I am a bass and for some reason it says “Mezzo Soprano” after recording my voice. That’s ridiculous since my vocal range is from C1-A4. The range scale inexplicably ends at C2, so it’s missing an entire octave at the bottom of the register. Granted not all basses can hit C1 but they should be able to hit either an E1 or F1 and that’s not an option with this app currently. I know you can adjust the sliders manually but, in my opinion, that really defeats what this app was designed to do. Maybe the dev put that in so you could tweak things to see what other songs and artists would match up with you if you sang in a slightly higher or lower register. The top end of the Soprano range does not seem to suffer from being cut short like the bass. There are probably some sopranos that can go above the C6 and would say extend this to C7. I’m not exactly sure what buying the pro version of the app gives you, but I, for one, am not willing to spend money to upgrade an app that in my opinion is already lacking in its delivery. For now I’d say pass on this app until the dev makes some necessary tweaks!
Good app, but Range too limited
I love the accuracy of the app, it is good for people who don’t have perfect pitch. However I do have one complaint:
The range stops at C2 and C6, plenty of singers can sing higher or lower than that, including myself who can go below C2 and it is especially frustrating that when matching famous singers, the app includes notes like B1 in their ranges and claims that I am a semitone above.
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- Sergey Malyugin
- 37.5 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © Malugin Sergey Victorovich
- In-App Purchases
- VocalRange PRO $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.