It help me in singing pratice, piano right hand, and guitar,... One word for this PERFECT. hope you allways succes in job, be happy and luck in life. Thank you so much. . could you add function record while play audio for user could train their voice with this app, the thing of song be played should be display diffirent with the voice record, 2 colours is enough
Doesn't show which octave the notes belong too, which is pretty much a big deal. You can easily get confused if you're a beginner. Also, you can't delete recordings in the free version. There are much, much better alternatives.
I believe this app should be a part of the violin learning courses for all violin students. In fact this app has been quite helpful for my intonation so far. Though I had to download the pc version too because the phone version drains the battery quickly and the screen is not big enough at least for me.
Exactly what I need It's extremely helpful for string players to check pitch and vibrato consistency. Not great with tuning double stops though.
Downloaded Intonia onto my Samsung S5 a month ago and have been using it for checking intonation while practicing violin scales and arpeggios. Nice work! I've found it to be rock-solid stable, accuracy is easily sufficient for this sort of use, the user interface is intuitive and nicely responsive, and the ability to scroll the screen back in time and up/down across the spectrum is very helpful for locating those color-coded intonation problem spots. Superb app for this purpose.
My new favorite application. Please note that the free version is ad-free, and is only limited by *recording* for 1 minute (i.e. it will continue to process and show the notes you are playing well beyond one minute... which is very nice of the developer.) Probably going to upgrade too. Thank you.
Adds support for .MP3 files.