Harmony Voice update – VirSyn tweak their iOS vocal app

I reviewed VirSyn’s Harmony Voice music app a while back (you can read that review here) and was impressed to see this type of vocal processing – familiar to desktop musicians for some time – starting to appear for iOS. The app also got Audiobus support added in a subsequent update and then IAA support. As the app’s name suggests, Harmony Voice produces vocal harmonies based upon your audio input and the pitch of these four-part harmonies can be produced either automatically by the app or … [Read more...]

Harmony Voice update and on sale – VirSyn new features to their vocal app

I reviewed VirSyn’s Harmony Voice music app a while back (you can read that review here) and was impressed to see this type of vocal processing – familiar to desktop musicians for some time – starting to appear for iOS. The app also got Audiobus support added in a subsequent update and then IAA support. As the app’s name suggests, Harmony Voice produces vocal harmonies based upon your audio input and the pitch of these four-part harmonies can be produced either automatically by the app or … [Read more...]

Harmony Voice update and on sale – VirSyn bring iOS8 support to their vocal app

I reviewed VirSyn’s Harmony Voice music app a while back (you can read that review here) and was impressed to see this type of vocal processing – familiar to desktop musicians for some time – starting to appear for iOS. The app also got Audiobus support added in a subsequent update and then IAA support. As the app’s name suggests, Harmony Voice produces vocal harmonies based upon your audio input and the pitch of these four-part harmonies can be produced either automatically by the app or … [Read more...]

VirSyn apps on sale – limited-time reductions on some great music apps

A couple of weeks ago I reviewed VirSyn's new iOS synth app microTERA. I was impressed with this iPad-only synth. Sitting the the 'mid-range' price bracket (UK£6.99) it is easy enough to program, sounds very good and offers excellent value for money. Well, if you are quick, you can now get it at 50% off the normal price which represents something of a bargain. But you do need to be quick because I think the sale only lasts until the 31st March (that is, Monday at some stage) so, get a move on … [Read more...]

Harmony Voice update – VirSyn add inter-app audio support and on sale

I reviewed VirSyn’s Harmony Voice music app a while back (you can read that review here) and was impressed to see this type of vocal processing – familiar to desktop musicians for some time – starting to appear for iOS. The app also got Audiobus support added in a subsequent update. As the app’s name suggests, Harmony Voice produces vocal harmonies based upon your audio input and the pitch of these four-part harmonies can be produced either automatically by the app or triggered via MIDI. And … [Read more...]

Harmony Voice music app update – VirSyn add Audiobus support

I reviewed VirSyn’s Harmony Voice music app a while back (you can read that review here) and was impressed to see this type of vocal processing – familiar to desktop musicians for some time – starting to appear for iOS. As the app’s name suggests, Harmony Voice produces vocal harmonies based upon your audio input and the pitch of these four-part harmonies can be produced either automatically by the app or triggered via MIDI. And while the app didn’t perhaps compete with the very best that is on … [Read more...]

Music app review – Harmony Voice by VirSyn

As someone with what might best be described as an ‘untrained’ singing voice, I’ve always been a sucker for software that can give the less than confident singer in me a helping hand. On my desktop system, I have therefore used all the mainstream vocal processing products. Aside from those that provide a distinctive sound (effect chains of compression, EQ, delay and reverb, etc.), two sorts of tools stand out here; pitch correction and harmony generation. Both of these sorts of tools have … [Read more...]