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Eva Pitch3

Supplied By Exceptional Voice    On Nov. 24, 2013    Comments(1)

APP for iPhone Eva Pitch3 version1.0 Download

Eva Pitch3 is the 4th Lesson in Eva’s Fundamentals–a transgender voice training mobile app course. As you now know, these lessons are a triplet and are meant to be worked with together as a group.

The instructional video for this lesson, Eva|Pitch3, consists of specific warm-up routines. You might find that you like using all three instructional videos consecutively to give yourself a longer routine. Or, you might simply go through the warm-up routine with Kathe, and then move on to the practice video and the exercises for each lesson.

Your Eva Vocals for this routine consist of ascending pitch slides – that means sliding your pitch upward for the sounds “hee,” “haa,” or “hoo.” You will again tune your pitch again to the A3 (220 Hz), and you’ll be introduced to pitch tuning exercises to C4 (263 Hz). After you complete this routine with Kathe, you will work independently with these exercises in the self-guided section.

The practice video for this lesson, Eva|Pitch3, will focus on connecting your thoughts–that is using the metacognitive strategy that is an essential element of the Exceptional Voice approach. In this lesson you will experience connecting your memory of those pitch slides to short phrases. Kathe will cue you to think about the buzz in your face when you say each phrase.

Exceptional Voice part of our Education and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update Nov. 24, 2013. Appstore play rating is 66.6667. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 69.0 MB. Download eva-pitch3.apk 69.0 MB


Too pricey Really, there are too many of these apps and nowhere near enough bang for the buck. If you're going to release the program in such laughably small portions, the price needs to be lowered substantially. $5 for a video and pitch tuner is obscene. It's no wonder sales figures decrease with each new installation. But at $5, this isn't even kinda worth it, not at $25 total for info that can be googled in tandem with free pitch tuner apps. A more structured program consisting of one complete app would be better.