Estill Voice International, the official source for Estill Voice Training™, produces the clinical and practice tools you need. If you are a performer hoping to increase vocal range and endurance, a teacher or therapist seeking tools to enhance vocal performance, or an individual recovering from vocal injury, look no further than our unique product solutions.
Our VES and VVT software programs are designed to run on Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista, Windows 7). These programs can also be run on Intel based Macintosh computers with Boot Camp or Parallels Desktop.
Our Voiceprint program is now available for both Windows and MAC OS (Intel or Power PC G4 or better, Mac OS X v10.4 or later).
Voice Evaluation Suite (VES)
A computer program that automates the collection, analysis, storage, and retrieval of standard clinical voice measures. Designed for use in the voice clinic, VES is a convenient way to back up your perceptual judgments with robust acoustic data for evaluations, progress reports, or research.
Virtual Voice Trainer
VVT coordinates student and patient practice in both the clinic and at home. This powerful treatment tool was developed to enhance voice training and therapy by providing visual and aural feedback throughout the rehabilitation process. VVT includes ready to use exercises and the capacity to create, store, and download new exercises.
Voiceprint™ is a real-time spectral analysis program that can record, analyze, and play back the voice. Highlights include real-time pitch tracking, dual screen option for matching voice models, and spectrogram or power spectrum analyses. Voiceprint™provides spectacular and meaningful feedback about pitch and voice quality to the singer, teacher, clinician, and voice patient that is sure to enhance the learning and rehabilitation process.
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"Jo Estill's work is pioneering in that she was the first to separate voice quality clearly into source and filter components! Her basic vocal tract shapes associated with sob (yawn), twang, and sing (opera) are fundamental to our current understanding of how the source and the filter interact."
Ingo R. Titze, PhD
World-renowned voice scientist
National Center for Voice and Speech