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Jazz ScaleHelper

Choose an exercise: see the notes and hear them played

Choose an exercise: see the notes and hear them played

Jazz ScaleHelper

by Spectral Efficiency Ltd
Jazz ScaleHelper
Jazz ScaleHelper
Jazz ScaleHelper

What is it about?

Choose an exercise: see the notes and hear them played

Jazz ScaleHelper

App Details

Version
3.2.2
Rating
NA
Size
4Mb
Genre
Music Education
Last updated
July 6, 2016
Release date
November 5, 2012
More info

Jazz ScaleHelper is $4.99 but there are more add-ons

  • $0.99

    Trumpet ABRSM G1 to G3

  • $0.99

    Trumpet ABRSM G5

  • $2.99

    Saxophone TRINITY G1 to G8

  • $0.99

    Trumpet ABRSM G4

  • $0.99

    Saxophone TRINITY G4

  • $2.99

    Flute TRINITY G1 to G8

  • $0.99

    Saxophone TRINITY G7

  • $0.99

    Flute ABRSM G5

  • $0.99

    Flute ABRSM G4

  • $0.99

    Flute ABRSM G1 to G3

App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Choose an exercise: see the notes and hear them played
Play the exercise: get a score, see the notes you played and listen to your performance

Jazz ScaleHelper is the fast way to improve your playing. With actual feedback based on what you played, Jazz ScaleHelper enables you to concentrate on the aspects of your playing that will help the most.

Jazz ScaleHelper has 3 modes:

1. Play any scale: Jazz ScaleHelper determines the exercise you have played and scores your performance. Ideal for impromptu practise sessions. (Not available in Jazz ScaleHelper Lite)

2. Choose a scale: Choose the exercise you want to play and Jazz ScaleHelper listens and gives you a score. Ideal to improve a specific musical exercise.

3. Challenge me: Jazz ScaleHelper will ask you to play exercises from your challenge list that is based on your chosen syllabus. Jazz ScaleHelper will identify what you need to practise and make sure you get exam ready while having fun on the way. Ideal for practising a range of exercises.

Jazz ScaleHelper contains everything you need for the instruments covered by the Jazz syllabuses from Trinity Guildhall and ABRSM examining boards. Jazz ScaleHelper will be there for you every step of the way as you grow as a musician.

Jazz ScaleHelper allows you to create your own syllabus from the exercises it supports: major scales; dorian modes; lydian modes; lydian flat 7 modes; mixolydian modes; melodic minor scales; jazz melodic minor scales; harmonic minor scales; pentatonic major scales; pentatonic minor scales; blues scales; diminished scales; chromatic scales; whole-tone scales; phrygian modes; locrian modes; altered modes; aeolian modes; major arpeggios; minor arpeggios; augmented arpeggios; major sevenths; minor sevenths; diminished sevenths; half-diminished sevenths; major/minor sevenths; and minor/major sevenths. All exercises are available starting from every tonic over 1 octave, 1 twelfth, 2 octaves, 2.5 octaves and 3 octaves. There is a range of exercise lists for popular music exams available for download. (Jazz ScaleHelper Lite only supports major scales, blues scales and major arpeggios over 1 octave)

Instruments supported include Violin, Viola, Cello, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Clarinet, Flute, Oboe, Saxophone, Bassoon, Recorder, Trumpet, Cornet, Trombone and Horn. A full list is available at www.jazz.ScaleHelper.com along with details of the rich feature set Jazz ScaleHelper has to offer.

At less than the price of a single music lesson the guidance that Jazz ScaleHelper provides between your lessons builds on that teaching. You can dispense with the need to review scales by playing them in your lessons and instead reuse the time you gain to learn technique and perfect your pieces.

Jazz ScaleHelper supports multiple users, keeping each user's history for each of their instruments. You can save recordings to study later or to show and play to your teacher and friends. You can also email recordings to share them with others. Have fun competing with your friends to see who can get the highest score or who can maintain the highest average.