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Korg VPT-1 Vocal Pitch Trainer
 
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Korg VPT-1 Vocal Pitch Trainer

Pitch trainer for vocals with 3 adjustable tuning levels and reference tone sound out
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Korg VPT-1 Vocal Pitch Trainer

A step up in vocal lessons while keeping the pitch correct.
The human voice is also a type of instrument. Let's begin by tuning it correctly. The quickest path to a beautiful performance is to start being conscious of whether you're singing at the correct pitch.

With a vertical layout that's easy to operate when held in the left hand, a five-line musical staff display to show the notes for intuitive pitch checking, and a sound back function that outputs the reference tone closest to the input vocal, this dedicated vocal lesson unit is packed with unique functions.

By giving you the confidence that you can sing the correct pitch, the VPT-1 vocal pitch trainer will help take your vocal ability to the next level.

Features

  • A dedicated pitch trainer for vocals from KORG, the leader in tuners
  • Five-line staff note display
  • Three adjustable tuning levels (difficulty)
  • Sound out function generates a reference tone
  • Sound back function generates the reference tone that's closest to your vocal input
A dedicated pitch trainer for vocals from KORG, the leader in tuners
A recording made of your voice sounds different than the voice that you yourself hear. That's because the sound travels a different route, and it's likely that you are naturally conscious of this difference when you sing. In this case, you feel that your pitch is correct, but is it actually correct?

It's important to be conscious not only of the difference in how the sound is heard but also of the pitch, and to train your senses by using a tuner to check the pitch. The importance of this is taken for granted for many instruments, so now let's introduce it for vocal lessons as well. The VPT-1 is a pitch trainer created specifically for vocals, taking full advantage of the know-how developed by Korg during its more than 40 years of producing tuners that have earned the complete trust of musicians.

Five-line staff note display
When you sing into the internal mic of the VPT-1, the note you sing is shown on the five-line staff marked with the familiar G-clef or F-clef. The red LEDs at left show whether the pitch is high or low, so adjust your voice until only the blue LED in the center is lit. Individual differences in vocal pitch range can be accommodated by using the octave shift function to adjust the detected range up or down in one-octave steps, keeping the note display within the five-line staff.

Three adjustable tuning levels (difficulty)
The strictness of tuning can be adjusted in three steps. Start with EASY, and when you've gained more skill, increase the difficulty to MEDIUM and then HARD for further improvements to your pitch accuracy.

Sound out function generates a reference tone
A must-have item for those without a sense of absolute pitch, the sound out function generates a specified reference tone. This is convenient when practicing songs that begin with the vocal, and you can also use this to improve your relative pitch on your own by repeatedly listening to a reference tone and then singing the same pitch.

Sound back function generates the reference tone that's closest to your vocal input
Like the sound out function, the sound back function helps you improve your sense of pitch on your own by outputting (from the headphone jack) the reference tone that's closest to the pitch of your vocal input. The reference tone together with the tuning guide LEDs let you train using all three senses: eyes, ears, and mouth.


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2 of 5 Good But One Way Note Selection Deal Breaker April 29, 2020
Reviewer: BPItt  
This works well, except for one huge flaw.

The note selection is a one way button.
This means if you are on C4 and you go to D4, then you have to go all the way to the top of the scale, back to the bottom to get back to C4.  

So often you want to hear C4 then G5, then go back to C4.  

I can't imagine why Korg didn't use a simple up down button to select the note. Then this item would be really useful.