How to Sing Harmony

3.7
24 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

There is a long tradition of singing in four part harmony, but the practice is quickly dying away. The purpose of this app is to make it fun and easy for people to learn how to sing these songs in parts again. It’s actually not a hard skill to develop, and with a little effort the tradition can be revitalized before it dies away.

Using the app is simple:
- Select a song to practice by choosing it from the menu.
- Mute or unmute any part by tapping the S (soprano), A (alto), T (tenor), or B (bass).
- Quickly move forward or backwards through measures in the song by swiping left or right.
- Adjust the tempo of the song by grabbing the tempo in the corner and expanding it to the left to increase the tempo, or down to decrease the tempo.
- Pause and unpause by tapping the pause/play button at the top of the screen.

App Features:
- Isolate each part (soprano, alto, tenor, and bass) so that you can easily learn a part individually.
- Mute/unmute each part to listen to the different parts in any combination you like.
- Follow along with traditional music notation. Helpful for those who already read music, and can help those who don't to quickly learn!
- Adjust the tempo at any time while practicing.
- Pause, rewind, and retry a segment you just can’t get.
- Over 70 total songs included - choose from Amazing Grace and other hymns, Christmas and Easter songs, and patriotic songs!
Updated on
Nov 7, 2017

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3.7
24 reviews
A Google user
December 6, 2019
The selection is adequate, but the touch screen scrolling is far too sensitive and fast. The major downside is that you cannot isolate each part. It's difficult enough to hear, but not being able to just hear a specific part is a big disappointment. Hopefully, they take this as constructive.
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A Google user
June 22, 2019
It's o.k. but I wish the staves would stay the same size and not keep changing from small to large and back again, super confusing. Also hard to rewind to a former place. Also wish there was an option of hearing voices rather than instruments.
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A Google user
December 11, 2019
Just a midi player for a small selection of songs. Has the ability to filter notes by type (tenor/alto/etc), so I'll give it a star for that.
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What's new

Initial Android release.