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Welcome to the User’s Manual for Erol Singer’s Studio. Use the menu buttons above to browse through this manual.

We also recommend watching the tutorial below (shown on an iPad) for the basic features of the app.

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  1. It would be great to know how many points I got in my last exersise and to be able to compare them to the best in order to know if I’m improving and how I am doing the exersise each time against my best time.

    1. The app uses pitch and timing to calculate the scores. An accuracy of 50% roughly corresponds to the line between two semitones. So if a student scores 50%, that means it is somewhat ambiguous what note they’re singing. But if they score over 60%, there’s no ambiguity anymore about what note they’re singing. Please note that timing, and the slides from note to note can have an effect on your scores too. Users need to hold each note for a certain portion of the note to score any points.

  2. It would be great to adjust the volume of my own voice in the headphones. I can volume up everything, but then the piano is louder too. Too loud.

    1. Please update to v2.x, available as a free update from the App Store, to enable microphone monitoring. Starting with v2.0, you can use the little speaker icon within the lessons to bring up a volume control panel where you can adjust the volume levels for microphone monitoring, piano, etc.

  3. This app is awe#$€*%¥some… No doubt about that!!! It’s helped me take my voice from being all over the place like a jackson pollock to having some resemblance of notes and control. I find myself doing exercises though and wondering “what did I actually sound like then?” So, my request is this, would it be possible for you to add a record exercise option? Great if you can but still the best app if you can’t, thanks for the good work fine people

  4. it would be helpful to have some explanation of just what is being measured to obtain the scores. If that is in the user manual already, I couldn’t find it.

    1. The app uses your pitch and timing to calculate the scores. An accuracy of 50% roughly corresponds to the line between two semitones. So if you score 50%, that means it is somewhat ambiguous what note you’re singing. But if you score over 60%, there’s no ambiguity anymore about what note you’re singing. Please note that timing, and the slides from note to note can have an effect on your scores too. You need to hold the note for a certain portion of each note to score any points.

    1. Simply use automatic range detection, available under the “My Range” tab, and compare your range to the standard ranges displayed there.

    1. Hi Ricky. We’ve added a Goals section in v2.x of the app, which provides guidance on how long and how often to practice, based on your skill level. Please see “Practice Goal” under the Settings tab.

  5. It’s a great app but I wish there was a way to access only the tonal calibrator or indicator (whatever you call it) without the freeking piano! Gah!!

  6. I would like to know what is an appropriate score from which to move on to the next set of exercises.

    A score history would be very handy to keep track of progress, rather than merely comparing to ‘records’ each day.

  7. The same of Mariluz: It would be great to know how many points I got in my last exersise and to be able to compare them to the best in order to know if I’m improving and how I am doing the exersise each time against my best time.

    1. Hi Sue, sorry for the late reply. Do you still have this issue? Have you tried updating to the latest version from the App Store?

  8. Great app so far to use in between my lessons. It would be awesome if you could gradually speed up the scales without having to set each individual note on the keyboard and complete a set of scales in the set tempo.

  9. Hi! I use your app for a long time to keep my voice in shape. I think your app is awesome, it has helped me a lot to improve my singing and intonating. I intend to keep practising! With your app. For I have tried a few more recent singing apps but they don’t have the standard of your method!
    But! Since a couple of months I keep getting warnings that the app should be updated to the newer iOS version. Worse: that the app won’t be compatible with coming iOS versions!!
    So, could you please update your app? And perhaps add a way to follow your progression in a training, now only your best score is being mentioned.
    I, and surely other users would be really thankful!
    With kind regards,
    Josien van der Woude

    1. We’ve released a new version of the app that takes care of that warning and adds lots of amazing new features. Please update your copy to v2.x for free from the App Store.

  10. I love this app. I use it all the time. I’m a songwriter and I’m a beginner vocalist.

    Can you create a feature that would allow users to create their own exercises? I have specific notes in my songs that I need to practice. If you can create a feature that allows me to put the patterns I want to practice that would be AWESOME!!! Please consider it!

    Thanks,
    J

    1. Glad to hear you’re enjoying the app. We definitely plan to add custom exercise option, but don’t have a timeline for it yet.

    2. Custom exercise!! Yes.
      In the meantime, could you add a jazz warmup cycle?
      Something that goes through some blues, dominants, 9ths— arpeggios, patterns, intervals??

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