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VocalEase 2

4.53 • 13 Ratings


VocalEase is an amazing vocal warmup and training studio for musicians and public speakers designed by well-known vocal trainer and professional vocalist ARnold McCuller. Seven warmup exercises are included as well as many other exercises by Arnold and numerous guest artists. In addition, there is a pitch pipe and helpful advice for singing and speaking in the app. Do you want to get better at singing and speaking, let this app help you!
What’s New
* New, 3rd-generation iPad Pro compatibility * Minor bug fixes
Version 2.5
Version History

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13 Ratings
  • Miguel-Angel Hernandez, 01.10.2022
    Keep it up Arnold, and thank you!
  • Emerson Grey, 23.12.2021
    Invaluable, but needs work
    This app has a great UI, and Arnold put a lot of care into making these invaluable vocal exercises accessible to all who care for their voice. As the audio is years old (as old as the first iteration), it’s in need of a big. I hope to have a cleaner soundtrack. The off-the-cuff narration is a huge bother, and that’s evident getting through the very first exercise. There is no skip or scrub functionality, so you have to bare with it. The narration also slows down his playing, and it makes warming up a loose and disjointed experience. Additionally, having updates or sound packs could bring other interesting and useful exercises. This app already has so much to offer, and I’ve relied on it heavily, but it could be so much more. Thanks Arnold, and please investing in updating VE2! Show more
  • Rchelew, 12.07.2021
    This is a gift!
    This is not a product, it’s a gift, from one one the great backing vocalists of our time. Well worth 10 or 20 times the cost. The various exercises and warm-ups aren’t unique by any means. But Arnold is giving us all the benefit of 30 years of study and professional singing. To have this guy, whom I’ve marveled at as he flawlessly accompanies musical heroes like James Taylor, and Ry Cooder, be right here in my ear giving me tips, keeping the work light and loose with a bit of humor, encouraging me, is a gift beyond description. It makes me WANT to do the vocal work I’ve been needing to do for a long time. BTW, I was alerted to this app by none other than the great Jackson Browne, who credited Arnold’s app for improving his voice and actually teaching him how to sing properly, 40 years into his singing career! JUST GET IT! Show more
  • Spacement, 02.01.2021
    Essential for ALL Singers
    I cannot recommend this app enough for singers of any experience level. Warming up and training your vocals are essential for protecting your most precious instrument, your voice. There’s a reason the Arnold McCuller is one of the most sought after vocalists by musicians like James Taylor, Phil Collins, Lyle Lovett and too many others to list here. To this day Arnold continues to use his own app before each and every gig. Do yourself and your voice a favor and start using this app now. Show more
  • vocaleaser, 02.01.2021
    My best friend
    When alone on the bus traveling through the country I have a friend in arnold. I listen daily and laugh at the same silly remarks. But at the end find my voice ready for work. Show more
  • Laurie NZ, 03.06.2020
    2 Guest exercises not playing
    Love the variety of exercises but unable to play Guest links of David and Rosemary. Thanks
  • nerdtronsrevenge, 16.05.2019
    Not for mezzos
    Good exercises, but I hope you’re a baritone because the piano is too quiet to hear over Arnold.
  • Nimbus 5000, 06.04.2018
    Worth Every Penny and Need More Intervals
    Arnold, your app is fantastic. I use it often and all the tidbits of technique keep me on track. I would suggest you create a section for "ear training" similar to the intervals where the pianist plays back a rather random set of notes for us to sing back using the do-re-mi "Solfege" scale instead of oohs and ahs. Show more
  • Clara in Boise, 04.06.2016
    Easy to Use
    I plan to use this with my students. I really like the user-friendly functionality and the exercises are top notch.


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  • Price
    0.99 USD
  • Size
    166.17 MB
  • Provider
    Arnold Mcculler
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