Vocal Lab
Vocal Lab
2.6

2.6

Vocal Lab free download for Mac

Vocal Lab2.6

13 September 2016

Learn to sing on key.

Overview

Vocal Lab helps you train to sing on key. It listens while you sing and displays the pitch of your voice on a graph, in real time. All you have to do is watch the graph while you sing and try to stay near the lines. With a little practice you can greatly improve your intonation.

Vocal Lab can identify problem areas in your singing, and can also help improve your intonation on various instruments - Violin, Brass, Woodwinds, and more.

Features:

  • "Sound Back" feature. Vocal Lab automatically generates a reference tone as an auditory guide.
  • "Scroll" feature. You can now record the pitch graph for an entire song.
  • Resizable window feature.
  • Open/save/print feature.

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What's new in Vocal Lab

Version 2.6:
  • Added "Diff:" to show the actual and ideal pitch difference in cents
  • Made the reference tone buttons bigger
  • Added "Clear" button (and the delete key shortcut) to clear the trace
  • Made the trace dot color customizable
  • Removed Carbon Component Manager usage

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How would you rate Vocal Lab app?

5 Reviews of Vocal Lab

Peter-Black
20 November 2006
Version: 2.2.2

Most helpful

The trial period of this software is 60 seconds! That is, the nag screen comes on every 60 seconds to NAG NAG NAG you to buy. This is enough for me to NOT want to buy. Come on Laidman & Katsura give us a realistic time - like an hour, a day, a week to try it out. I always pay for shareware I use, so I don't need to be nagged to death. And the people who don't pay, won't. Remember you attract more flies with honey than vinegar, so have a little trust my friend.... And besides 1 minute is not enough time to thoroughly test a product. Have you ever seen another piece of sw with such a short nag time? I have written to the developers and there has been no response and no change to the nag time. So L & K - do you think this review will encourage people to buy?
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4.5
tommy-10
30 March 2018
Version: 2.6
I've been using Vocal Lab for a few years and just upgraded to the new version. It's a handy little app that is designed to help train singers to sing on key by displaying the pitch on a real-time graph;. however, I use it to help me figure out the notes of a melody I have in my head. I sing/hum into Vocal Lab and then write down the notes that are displayed. This helps me program a MIDI melody in my DAW. The app is stable on my MacBook. The developer has been extremely responsive and helpful when I have questions. Thumbs up . . . especially for the price!! I gave it a 4.5 rating to leave room for updates. ;-)
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0.5
aaronchasemusic
26 January 2017
Version: 2.6
crashes every 30-60 seconds, I'd like a refund if possible
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0.5
lemon-kun
07 June 2014
Version: 2.5
DON'T BUY THIS!!!! I've just bought this app over the app store. It crashes every 30 - 80 seconds, so it is barely useable. Contacting the developer is impossible, both the Mac App Store links for the developer’s website, as well as the link for support are dead. Also the link here at MacUpdate is dead and a Google search doesn't bring anything. Seems to be non-working abandonware. So if you like the app I recommend to use the demo with popping up nag-screen, because it's still more comfortable to click on a button every 60 seconds than having to restart the app all the time…
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Dennisb1
08 August 2007
Version: 2.2.2
I think a minute is plenty of time for this sort of thing. Any longer and it would pretty much be freeware. The previous commentor is so annoying to think the developers should change the nag period to suit one cheapskate.
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Peter-Black
20 November 2006
Version: 2.2.2
The trial period of this software is 60 seconds! That is, the nag screen comes on every 60 seconds to NAG NAG NAG you to buy. This is enough for me to NOT want to buy. Come on Laidman & Katsura give us a realistic time - like an hour, a day, a week to try it out. I always pay for shareware I use, so I don't need to be nagged to death. And the people who don't pay, won't. Remember you attract more flies with honey than vinegar, so have a little trust my friend.... And besides 1 minute is not enough time to thoroughly test a product. Have you ever seen another piece of sw with such a short nag time? I have written to the developers and there has been no response and no change to the nag time. So L & K - do you think this review will encourage people to buy?
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