App Turns Your Voice Into A Choir

Virsyn Harmony Voice is a harmonizer for iPad/iPhone/iPod touch      27/09/12

Virsyn describes their new Harmony Voice app as a pitch shifter and harmonizer with professional features including automatic tuning correction.
Virsyn says that you can sing and Harmony voice will add up to four voices according to the chords you play with the piano keyboard or, alternatively, instead of playing the chords yourself you can let Harmony Voice play the chords automatically to enrich the sound of your voice in a musically pleasant way.
The voice character can be adjusted in a way that you can turn a female voice into a male voice and the other way round, while a realtime visual intonation-display gives you feedback of the tunes you sing.
Features:
  • Four part realtime Harmonizer / Pitch corrector
  • Different Harmonizer modes:
  • Manual harmonization by playing chords with up to four notes while singing
  • Automatic harmonization ( Kraehenbuehl )
  • Play base note and Harmony Voice adds appropriate chords
  • Directly play the tunes for up to four voices with the keyboard.
  • Select key note and scale for harmonization and pitch correction.
  • Harmonies can be in just ( Barbershop ) or tempered tuning.
  • Mix your original voice with the harmonized parts.
  • Change the voice character.
  • Play background track from your iTunes library.
  • Hi-end reverb effect for room simulation.
  • Chorus and Delay effect.
  • Use a CoreMIDI compatible Interface to control Harmony Voice with a MIDI Keyboard.
  • Audio recorder with Metronome.
  • Upload to SoundCloud and File Export.
  • Audio pasteboard for exchange with other Apps
Pricing and Availability:
$5.99 More information:

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