Good For the people who don't understand singing and vocal training, this is a part of vocal training, sad but true it doesn't make any sense why you're doing this but it helps to structure the vocal muscles and exercise them out to hit those high notes like Mariah Carey if you can sing. I give this three stars because there's not much on the app there should be M&M vocal training as well.
Only five warm ups? And every single one of them is for making noise between your lips and not for singing. I could do the warm ups while practicing singing but there are only five, none of which covers a whole octave. Very limited and lacks decent exercises. Sorry, uninstalling.
Just not great This app has potential to be ok but has very unclear instructions with very limited exercises with no adjustments like vocal range or key to match each vocalists needs. Just a mediocre app.
It's a good app. Most the people rating it bad are people who are to dumb to change the exercise themself. It tells you to practice with your lips vibrating like you're humming. Although you could easily do the same thing while singing oh, or ah, or eee, or anything you want.
Very handy! Thank you so much to the developers. I use this app 3-4x per week and it really allows me to warm up gradually and effectively. After warming up I modify the vocalizations by using different sounds (mum, nay, gee) which adds more utility to this. Would be great to see a paid version that includes more and more varied scales such as (1,3,5,8,5,3,1) and more.
Really good, not enough range I love it but I easily sing both the lowest and highest in the female range, so it doesn't really warm me up. Would work great for an alto, but not enough range for a high soprano or a contralto like me.
Train to Sing in Tune – Vocal Exercise, Warm-Up, Ear Training and Singing Lesson