A new app promises to make you just a little less embarrassing at your next round of karaoke. Vanido, which is billed as a “personal singing coach,” provides daily lessons and real-time feedback to help improve your voice and your ear, as The Verge reports.
When you first sign up, the app—free on iOS with an Android version in the works—determines your vocal range, tailoring exercises to your natural vocal abilities. After that, the app assigns practice activities that involve various singing techniques, including chest voice, head voice, and foundational skills—though it doesn’t actually explain what those categories mean.
Fortunately, users don’t necessarily need to understand those categories to complete the tasks. Similar to playing the music video game Rock Band, notes appear as colored bricks that move across the screen. When they cross over the line, you have to hit that note, which you hear through your headphones simultaneously. A continuous orange line representing your voice illustrates which note you’re singing, helping with adjustments.
However much you might want to turn this into performance boot camp, Vanido limits practice time….
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