In addition to displaying the six standard voice types, the My Range tab also shows your vocal range history when scrolled down. To reveal it, simply push the section that contains the six standard voice types (Bass, Baritone, etc.) up toward the piano keyboard. After you complete at least one session, you will notice the app also automatically scrolls down to your range history on start-up*.
The range history section displays how your vocal range has been improving over time, as well as your pitch accuracy for every note within your range. Use this as a way to track your progress, and to identify holes/gaps in your range where you may be consistently missing certain notes.
The vocal range history takes the shape of a green blob that we like to call Vocal Blob™ and shows the lowest and the highest notes you were able to hit during each session, as well as your accuracy for the notes in between. Portions of your Vocal Blob that appear solid green represent perfect hits, while transparent spaces represent complete, repeated misses for the corresponding notes. As you practice the lessons included within the app regularly, your vocal range history shape should get wider and become more solid green — unless, of course, you’ve had former voice training and your Vocal Range Blob is already wide and solid green to start with.
As you use this application, do not rush to get a wider range. Instead, focus on practicing the voice training programs regularly and letting your vocal skills develop naturally over time. As you practice, your musical hearing will also get better, and you’ll be able to control your vocal muscles with ease to hit the notes you want.
* If you would like to see the standard voice types again, simply scroll up, and the top portion will lock into place.
– Vocal Blob is a trademark of Erol Studios Inc.