Tone is a fun and simple game to help you improve your ears and sing with perfect pitch.
- Simple, intuitive interface
- Choose your pitches and octaves
- Difficulties ranging from easy to expert
- Practice mode with reference pitch
- Transpose the notes to different keys
- View note names, piano keys, or use solfege
- Share your score and compete with friends!
- Learn to recognize musical intervals like minor 3rds and major 7ths.
- Learn to recognize chord qualities like major and minor.
- Visualize your progress over time with beautiful graphs.
- All of your progress & data is automatically stored in iCloud, so you'll never lose it.
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Also featured in 51 other countries, and probably even more in the past.
Please make it so the people can see the in-app purchases they have to make in order to use the app. False advertising runs deep in this one.
Apr 16, 2021
Honestly, this is a really great app. Love to play around with it!
Mar 31, 2021
I like the concept but why would I pay for this
Mar 26, 2021
Perfect pitch is something some of us we’re fortunate, or unfortunate, to be given at birth. While I do admit it is helpful being able to sign and note by name at the correct pitch, and it’s also great for songwriting.. it’s also a curse sometimes. It’s almost unbearable to attend live performances the majority of the time because we can’t just “not hear” every note the artist or band painfully plays or sings just a little pitched up or down. While everyone around me is just gleefully singing along and enjoying the “raw” aspect of the live performance, I am cringing at every minor vocal pitch mistake.. or that one backup guitar player who’s A string is inadvertently out of tune a half the entire time. It’s hard to explain, but the impact of these little “mistakes” gets far more attention from my perfect pitched brain than the rest of the music. So, maybe just enjoy not having perfect pitch be part of who you are. It’s not that great, all things considered.
May 06, 2021
Mar 27, 2021