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Student-developed app helps singers

Rochester, N.Y. -- An app developed by University of Rochester students could help singers in voice training.

Students at the Eastman School of Music, like other people taking singing lessons, learned how to sing vowels by following their teacher's example.

Fellow students in the University of Rochester's human-computer interaction class observed the lessons, and then developed the app Vowel Shapes.

The app gives students taking voice lessons an added benefit. The program analyzes the vowel sounds produced by a singer, and provides a visual image of the sounds in real time.

To see how it works, click here to see a demonstration by the University of Rochester.

 
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