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Blob Opera

Genre:
Rating:
Rating Star4.5 / 5(16,087 Votes)
Updated:
Feb 01, 2024
Release:
Dec 01, 2023
Platforms:
Browser, Mobile

Instructions

Drag a blob to make it sing. Other blobs to the right of that blob will follow along. Each of the four blobs sings in a different vocal range: bass, tenor, mezzo-soprano, and soprano. Dragging up and down adjusts their pitch, and dragging left and right changes what vowel-sound they sing.

When you're ready to record your creation, tap the red Record button! Once you finish, click the stop button. If you want to share a recording, tap the Share button to copy a link to your clipboard. You can send that to your friends and family to show them your creation.

You can also tap the globe button in the bottom right corner to take your blobs on a world tour!

Click on a blob and drag it to make it sing. Other blobs to the right of that blob will follow along. Each of the four blobs sings in a different vocal range: bass, tenor, mezzo-soprano, and soprano. Dragging up and down adjusts their pitch, and dragging left and right changes what vowel-sound they sing.

When you're ready to record your creation, click the red Record button! Once you finish, click the stop button. If you want to share a recording, click the Share button to copy a link to your clipboard. You can send that to your friends and family to show them your creation.

You can also click the globe button in the bottom right corner to take your blobs on a world tour!

What is a mezzo-soprano?

For those of you who have done choir before, you’re probably familiar with the basic vocal ranges. The bass, tenor, alto, and soprano are all important parts of a choir. However, the Blob Opera vocals include a slightly different set of ranges, which include the mezzo-soprano. This is a very common and important part of an opera quartet.

The mezzo-soprano range is just under the soprano range. This means that they typically have the second-highest range in pitch when it comes to opera. A good example of someone with a mezzo-soprano range is Adele. She has notes that are slightly more deep and mysterious than that of a soprano.

Do I have to be a musician to play Blob Opera?

Absolutely not! Blob Opera is designed to be accessible to everyone, regardless of musical background. You don't need to be a musician to enjoy the wacky creativity that the game has to offer. The appeal of Blob Opera is its simplicity and low barriers to entry.

Genre:
Rating:
Rating Star4.5 / 5(16,087 Votes)
Updated:
Feb 01, 2024
Release:
Dec 01, 2023
Platforms:
Browser, Mobile

Instructions

Drag a blob to make it sing. Other blobs to the right of that blob will follow along. Each of the four blobs sings in a different vocal range: bass, tenor, mezzo-soprano, and soprano. Dragging up and down adjusts their pitch, and dragging left and right changes what vowel-sound they sing.

When you're ready to record your creation, tap the red Record button! Once you finish, click the stop button. If you want to share a recording, tap the Share button to copy a link to your clipboard. You can send that to your friends and family to show them your creation.

You can also tap the globe button in the bottom right corner to take your blobs on a world tour!

What is a mezzo-soprano?

For those of you who have done choir before, you’re probably familiar with the basic vocal ranges. The bass, tenor, alto, and soprano are all important parts of a choir. However, the Blob Opera vocals include a slightly different set of ranges, which include the mezzo-soprano. This is a very common and important part of an opera quartet.

The mezzo-soprano range is just under the soprano range. This means that they typically have the second-highest range in pitch when it comes to opera. A good example of someone with a mezzo-soprano range is Adele. She has notes that are slightly more deep and mysterious than that of a soprano.

Do I have to be a musician to play Blob Opera?

Absolutely not! Blob Opera is designed to be accessible to everyone, regardless of musical background. You don't need to be a musician to enjoy the wacky creativity that the game has to offer. The appeal of Blob Opera is its simplicity and low barriers to entry.

Click on a blob and drag it to make it sing. Other blobs to the right of that blob will follow along. Each of the four blobs sings in a different vocal range: bass, tenor, mezzo-soprano, and soprano. Dragging up and down adjusts their pitch, and dragging left and right changes what vowel-sound they sing.

When you're ready to record your creation, click the red Record button! Once you finish, click the stop button. If you want to share a recording, click the Share button to copy a link to your clipboard. You can send that to your friends and family to show them your creation.

You can also click the globe button in the bottom right corner to take your blobs on a world tour!

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