Pitch Perfect

Pitch Perfect

Pitch Perfect for iOS

Pitch Perfect is a utility app for the musically inclined. At its core, it’s a digital pitch pipe, allowing musicians to take an initial pitch before beginning or rehearsing a song. If you’re the type of person who struggles to match a key signature to the name of a key, the app provides visual aids to make it as easy as matching what you see on your sheet music with the image on your screen.  For singers who keep a list of songs and their keys, Pitch Perfect makes it easy!

Pitch Perfect can be found on the iOS app store under the “Music” and “Utilities” categories.

Pitch Perfect is available for free with ads.

With Pitch Perfect, you’ll never be up a creek without a pitch pipe again!

 

Pitch Perfect for Android

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Pitch Perfect is a utility app for the musically inclined. At its core, it’s a digital pitch pipe, allowing musicians to take an initial pitch before beginning or rehearsing a song. If you’re the type of person who struggles to match a key signature to the name of a key, the app provides visual aids to make it as easy as matching what you see on your sheet music with the image on your screen.  For singers who keep a list of songs and their keys, Pitch Perfect makes it easy!

Pitch Perfect can be found on the Android Marketplace under the “Music & Audio” category.

Pitch Perfect is available for free with ads.  If ads are too much of a bother for you, for just $1.99, you can purchase the Pitch Perfect License, which will remove ads from the app (Note: both the app and the license need to be installed on your device).

With Pitch Perfect, you’ll never be up a creek without a pitch pipe again!

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Available on the Android Marketplace

Pitch Perfect for Windows Phone 7

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Pitch Perfect is a utility app for the musically inclined. At its core, it’s a digital pitch pipe, allowing musicians to take an initial pitch before beginning or rehearsing a song. If you’re the type of person who struggles to match a key signature to the name of a key, the app provides visual aids to make it as easy as matching what you see on your sheet music with the image on your screen.

Pitch Perfect can be found on the Zune Marketplace under the “Music & Video” category or by clicking here (requires Zune software to be installed).

Pitch Perfect is available for only $1.99, or you can use the free trial, which allows you to use the basic “traditional pitch pipe” mode of the application!  Alternatively, you can now also download the free, fully-functional, ad-driven version of the app — Pitch Perfect Free — on the Windows Phone marketplace.

With Pitch Perfect, you’ll never be up a creek without a pitch pipe again!

Free, ad-based version:
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Full, ad-free version:
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16 Responses to Pitch Perfect

  1. Simon Adams says:

    It’s not often I wish I had anything other than an iPhone – really looking forward to when you can develop this app For iPhone / iPad I had the idea when I first downloaded a pitch pipe app and started to put the pitch list in the notes – if only I had programming skills! Good luck with the app, if you have a mailing list please let me know when it it’s available!

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  3. Ashish says:

    Insanely cool for learning to bend notes on the harmonica – and especially nice to see it from a Cal CS grad.
    One tiny buglet on iOS: once I close the PitchPerfect app, it doesn’t “hear” any sounds on subsequent starts. I have to kill the process to use it again.

    • david.poll says:

      I’m not 100% sure I follow. I’m not able to see this myself, but at least one other person has mentioned my links taking them to a guitar tuner app that also happens to be called Pitch Perfect (they put the app on the app store long after I already had called it Pitch Perfect on both Android and Windows Phone 7 — hence the naming confusion). Nevertheless, thanks for checking it out!

  4. Jordan says:

    Any chance of a paid iOS version? I’m I’m for a couple of bucks to ditch the ads!

    • david.poll says:

      Jordan,

      Glad to hear it! I’ve been considering adding an in-app purchase to the app that will remove the ads. On Android and WP7, going ad-free is $2 — iOS will probably be the same. I can’t make any promises as to timeline, but it’s on my radar and if demand is high enough I’ll be happy to add that ability.

      Thanks for using the app!

      -David

  5. Travis says:

    Any chance of expanding the world to a Blackberry app? There isn’t even a pitch pipe application currently for Blackberry, so you would certainly dominate the market. I have an android tablet, so I can use it.. but work has standardized on blackberry for smart phones. That means no pitch pipe on my phone for me.. and I’m certain that I’m not alone… :)

    • david.poll says:

      Travis,

      I hear you. It really depends on how much time I have — I’m just one person and the apps are my personal projects. Right now I’m porting my other app to iOS. But if I find myself with time and energy (and maybe a device that I can actually run it on), I might consider it. The app is already available for the Blackberry Playbook (since it runs Android apps).

      Until then, sorry, and thanks for your interest! I appreciate all of the support and kind words!

      -David

      • Travis says:

        Hi David, quick question… you mention that the app works on playbook.. now that the Q10 and Z10 are out, and also able to run Android apps.. have you considered getting it added to blackberry appworld for those devices? I searched, hoping I would find it there, but no luck.. Someday, I have a dream of being as cool as those lucky Android users with their tag apps, and pitch pipes.. but for now, I sit in a corner and play Angry Birds while they sing tags. :) To echo the comments of others, I would have no problem buying these apps either, or making a donation to fund the effort required.

  6. kira says:

    wouldn’t mind paying for an ad free version either when the back up works :) hate to think of upgrading the phone and having to reenter all of the information. (connected it to FB and nothing is backed up there?)

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  8. tom smeltzer says:

    my IPhone and IPad do not sync. what do i need to do to sync the two devices.

  9. Paul Girard says:

    When you change the setting on the Toggle Notes slider (On or Off), you have to change to the alternate pitch pipe (C-B or F-E) before the setting takes effect. BTW, the Developers Website link is broken in iTunes.

  10. John Towry says:

    Nice app. Very convenient to list all your repertoire songs and put them in order for shows/gigs. A bit cumbersome to enter all repertoire songs on my mobile device. Would be nice to have it linked to account online to use the computer in order to enter and manage chorus/quartet repertoire song lists.

  11. Paul Girard says:

    In Pitch Perfect for iOS, it is great that there is a toggle mode for the pitch pipe section.
    It would be fantastic to have the toggled notes stay blue while playing, like they do in the Notes and Keys mode.
    You should be able to reuse the code in those sections.
    BTW, the Developers Website link is STILL broken in iTunes.
    And, you STILL have to change to the alternate pitch pipe (C-B or F-E) before the toggle setting (On or Off) takes effect.
    The setting flag should probably be changed in the “Done” method.

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