Voice Band For The iPhone Turns Your Voice Into An Instrument

Wave Machine Labs has introduced Voice Band (App Store link), a new iPhone app that lets you control virtual instruments with your voice and make complete tracks with your iPhone.

It’s an impressive app – but you may look a bit mad using it. Check out the video above and let us know what you think!

Features:

  • Turns your voice into an instrument, in real time.
  • Instruments include: 2 guitars, bass, sax, 2 synths, Drums, and a Mic mode
  • Built-in recorder allows you to record an entire song, one instrument at a time.
  • iPod player lets you play along with your favorite music.
  • Drum mode lets you play both kick and snare at the same time by singing at two different volumes.
  • Auto Pitch mode helps you to stay on key.
  • Adjustable octave
  • Effects include distortion, reverb and delay.
  • Adjustable musical scale for auto pitch includes Major, Minor, Blues, and Pentatonic.
  • Built-in metronome with adjustable tempo.
  • Songs can be saved, and e-mailed from within Voice Band.

6 thoughts on “Voice Band For The iPhone Turns Your Voice Into An Instrument

  1. This app is sick! The synths are pretty cool, especially with the delay/reverb slider and octave buttons. Wish it had a filter for them. The drums sound so real and easy to play.

  2. When I set a key, why is the loudest pitch different from the fundamental pitch of the key I wanted? It drives me crazy to try to sing with it – it sounds okay in the end, but I feel like I'm singing in the wrong key the entire time.

  3. When I set a key, why is the loudest pitch different from the fundamental pitch of the key I wanted? It drives me crazy to try to sing with it – it sounds okay in the end, but I feel like I'm singing in the wrong key the entire time.

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