Using the voice monitor
To use Sonneta Voice Monitor, place or hold your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch at a constant distance from your mouth, and speak or sing as you normally would. The app provides you with feedback on the pitch and sound level of your voice.
- To change the meter scale:
- On iPhone or iPod touch in portrait orientation, or on iPad in any orientation, use a pinch gesture in the vertical direction to zoom in or out.
- Double-tap to zoom to the best scale to see all data points.
- Drag with two fingers to pan the scale up or down.
- To change the chart speed and scale, use a pinch gesture in the horizontal direction.
- To pause and resume the live display, tap the pause button .
- To show alerts when your voice exceeds preset pitch or sound level limits:
- On iPad, tap the Settings button at the top-left of the screen to bring up the Settings screen.
- On iPhone or iPod touch, tap the settings button in the toolbar on the main screen to bring up the Settings screen.
- Enter the limit for maximum or minimum pitch or sound level.
- Turn on Audible Alerts if you would also like a tone to be played when limits are exceeded. Note that audible alerts will not be played while recording.
- To obtain absolute sound pressure level measurements, you must calibrate the app as described in the Calibration Tutorial.
- Note that Sonneta Voice Monitor will not monitor or record during phone calls, or when another app or the Home screen is in use. Calendar alarms, Siri and other interruptions may cause Sonneta Voice Monitor to become temporarily inactive.