Update: Tanla has now launched (pdf) its Sing inTune application on the iTunes Application Store. The app is based on the inTune engine and is priced at $2.99. It has only 12 tracks, which we think will limit its use, unless Tanla adds more songs. There are hardly any new songs on the list. The users can sing along and judge their performance based on pitch, scale, tempo, expression and note match, and listen to their own recording (the horror!). The app will then allow users to submit their score to a global leader board and tweet the score to friends and followers. Tanla will host the 100 best scores on the official website www.sing-intune.com. The service will be available very soon on other mobile platforms including Android, Symbian and Java. Earlier (Feb 5, 2010): Mobile VAS firm Tanla Solutions launched InTune, an application that can be used to judge singers at auditions. InTune uses a voice analysis algorithm for which the company has filed a patent. The algorithm can continuously track, evaluate four parameters of a song: pitch, tempo, expression/modulation and it also conducts an intrinsic note matching. The company claims InTune can track 250 concurrent users, making it suitable for reality show producers to conduct large scale auditions. Tanla is targeting media firms and telcos too with this entertainment or VAS product. It is also being offered to individuals - wannabe singers and artistes - as a way to test their talent. Singers can use the tool before auditioning for music…
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