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VoceVista Video 5.3.4

This is a service release to fix recording on macOS 10.12 and 10.13, which had been broken in VVV 5.3.3 due to the recent changes made to support macOS 10.15 Catalina. If you are running VoceVista Video 5.3.3 on macOS 10.14 or 10.15, or on Windows, you don’t need to do anything. If you still […]

VoceVista Video 5.3

This is mostly a service update to fully support macOS 10.15 Catalina. Known issues No recording on macOS 10.12 and 10.13: The changes made to support macOS Catalina turned out to be incompatible with older macOS versions. Please download the latest beta version from our support page. No pitch line if spectrogram is turned off. […]

VoceVista Video 5.2.0

This update brings many changes under the hood for improved stability and performance. The biggest new feature is the Sound Generator, which enables a large number of exercises and experiments for better understanding of acoustics and voice science. Check this space for upcoming tutorial videos. New Features Sound Generator, for additive synthesis of sounds and […]

VoceVista Video 5.1.0

This update has taken much longer than originally planned because we had to change quite a lot of stuff under the hood to prepare the app to support the Electroglottograph (EGG) display. Most notably, all editions now have better support for stereo files and allow switching the displayed stereo channel on the fly. This version […]

VoceVista Video 5.0.2

Version 5.0 was the first release of our software that was not only for PC but also for Mac. The 5.x product line had been in development for quite some time, and even though it still has some bugs and not all features from the 4.x line are completely ported, we felt that it was […]

Polyphonic Overtone Singing – explained visually

polyphonic overtone singing – explained visuallyWatch this video on YouTube Using VoceVista Video, singer Anna-Maria Hefele explains various techniques of overtone singing. This video shows many features of the software, so while it is primarily about overtone singing, it is also a good introduction to spectrograms, and to Overtone Analyzer and VoceVista Video.

Quickstart Tutorial

Overtone Analyzer Quickstart Tutorial: record and visualize your voiceWatch this video on YouTube This is the Quickstart Tutorial for Overtone Analyzer 4.0. Please note that the product edition names have changed for Version 5.0 of the software, and that you will need the edition VoceVista Video to follow all the steps in this tutorial. You […]