By The next step fan, 3 August, 2022 Forum iOS and iPadOS Hello earlier today I was looking at apps that might be acceptable to help me work on singing I downloaded probably five apps and the last app I tried worked the app is called Vocaberry Options Log in or register to post comments Comments Wow. I never thought such an app exists! Wow. I took voice lessons, and am a very accomplished vocalist. It takes years to learn to sing. Every stile. Lots of practis, focusing on breathing and diction, and honing technique for spesific stiles, depending on which stile(s), you want to learn. I highly doubt an app will make you a good singer. It also takes lots of discipline, which an app will not teach, at least not likely. Good luck! I meant to work on singing I want to be able to work on my singing whenever I am not in choir obviously and I cannot teach you how to say that is just what the app said that it could I do not believe that it could teach you singing it has well structured lessons though so it is nice to work on my singing whenever I do not have choir practice Oh okay There is an app called Acompanist which has piano tracks for hundred of songs. I found it on AppleVis, and it is very accessible. Also karaoke tracks on Youtube are good for practicing as well. Thanks what’s the apps link… Thanks what’s the apps link and is it free? Not sure how to find the apps link Not sure how to find the apps link, and it is a subscription. For musical theatre only it’s $7.99, and for the complete collection, which includes classical tracks, is $18. Just search the AppleVis app directory and you’ll find it. Oh OK since Voca Barry… Oh OK since Voca Barry already has karaoke tracks in the app I think I will just stick with that thank you No problem No problem. Accompanist is great, expensive though. I sang the song Waving Through a Window, at a camp talent show, and the track for the song, is very high quality.