New iPhone App Lets You Arrange A Song With Your Voice

Translates Vocals Into Guitar, Sax, Drums, Etc      08/01/10

This is a demo of Wave Machine Labs' Voice Band, a $2.99 iPhone app that turns your voice into an instrument in real time.

To use it, you sing into the iPhone, and it translates your voice into a guitar or a bass, synth, etc. In the demo video above, the entire arrangement is created with just a voice singing into the iPhone.

Other features include Auto pitch mode, user-controlled scales and an effects processor with distortion, reverb and delay.

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