Whether you are a soprano or a bass, simply mute or lower the volumes of the other voices to easily learn new songs.
If your choir uses midi music files to learn new songs, this is the midi player for you.
When you open up Repertoires, it will locate all midi files on your device and display them in a list from which you can easily choose the one you would like to learn to sing.
Click on the volume settings button to individually set the volume of each vocal part. The names of the voices that you will see have been set up by your Choir Master or whoever created the midi file. When you are happy, save the volume settings and return to the main play screen.
A capella or with a band, you are now ready to start learning your repertoire for your next performance!
_Midi type 1 – fully supported*
_Midi type 0 – playback supported, but volume cannot be set individually.
*With exclusion of files generated by some midi generator applications like Lilypond. If you have issues with volumes in certain files, please send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, for faultfinding and support in the next version of Repertoires.
(If you have no songs, the list will be empty.)
No songs are included with Repertoires, but you can find plenty of freely available ones on the internet or maybe your Choir Master is already creating them.
Get ready for individual choir practice – download Repertoires today!
Notre bibliothèque virtuelle Musica vous donne alors les références et la description du titre
Retrouvez des titres introuvables parmi :
- les chants populaires (de Noël, à boire…),
- des classiques de la chanson française (Trénet, Brassens, Brel, Moustaki, …)
- ou des œuvres chorale savantes (Bach, Mozart, Brahms, Debussy, Poulenc,…)
A Cappella Set List is designed to help vocal performers--not just a cappella groups, but soloists or choruses--keep track of their songs during performances. Beyond storing basic information like which songs are in a set in each order, it has special features for the choral or vocal performer:
o It can play up to two starting notes for each song, eliminating the need for a separate pitch pipe.
o It can play an initial tempo for each song, acting like a metronome to help keep excited performers at the proper speed.
o Song-specific comments can include starting words, soloist names, introduction information, or anything else useful during performance.
The GUI still needs some clean up, and the database could hold a lot more information for each song or set. If it proves to be wildly popular, I might upgrade it to a paid application someday... but that's off in the future. In the meantime, if you find it useful, feel free to point me to some of your group's music. If you have issues or ideas, let me know.
Try it out! The price is right, and it might be very helpful for your next performance.
More from developer
you can also find NUDE at iTunes as is:
more to find at: