More Scales and Chords apps this week!
Dragon Scales (http://dragonscalesapp.com) Learn and practice the major and minor scales; slay the dragon and steal his treasure; scales are an important part of a student’s development and should be included as part of his or her study; learn about key signatures, the order of sharps and flats, and all of the major and minor scales; customizable; drill specific scales; choose from all major and minor keys, including harmonic, melodic, and natural minors; as abilities improve, increase the attack speed of the dragon and earn more points; over an hour of instructional videos are included in the app with no additional purchase; Internet connection required; learn about the circle of fifths, the relationship between major and minor keys, and the specific notes of any particular scale; students preparing for the Royal Conservatory of Music Examinations (Canada) or the assessments of the Music Development Program (USA) will find that the specific scale requirements for each grade level are available as presets; a single tap will enable all of the scales that could be requested on an examination; (iOS 6.0 or later).
Today's app is the DoReMi 1-2-3: Music for Kids app:
DoReMi 1-2-3: Music for Kids (http://creativitymobile.com/doremi123/) Learn major scales, scale placement, and pitch recognition; includes sixty-four characters: sparkling stars, mooing cows, and more; over forty-five different levels; eight familiar children’s melodies designed for easy learning; song mode and free mode; create free mode recordings; free play includes color, number, Solfége, and animal sound mode; (iOS 4.3 or later; Android 2.2. and up).
Today's app is the DodoChord app:
DodoChord (http://www.dodochord.com) Play chords using two fingers; features fast chords switching, quick inversions, octaves, and simple flat/sharp notes swapping; assures finding the exact chords, inversions, and octaves needed while playing songs, doing ear training, testing chord progressions, or composing; melody will keep flowing without being interrupted; helps user concentrate on the rhythm, improv feedbacks, and the audience’s interaction; ready-to-play virtual instrument; (iOS 4.3 or later; Android 2.2 and up).
Today's app is the ChordLab app:
ChordLab (http://rogame.com/chordlab.html) Chord spelling for all common chords found in fake books; music notation and textual representation of chord tones; chord analysis to correctly identify triads and seventh chords; alto, bass, tenor, and treble clefs; TAB and grand staff; all possible inversions; all standard voicings; all common open and alternate tunings presets for guitar; alternate fingerings for guitar; virtual piano and guitar instruments; chord tone labeling in instrument views; chord rating; automatic reduction to three or four voices; automatic root and fifth substitution; key signatures for all major modes; circle of fifths; (iOS 6.1 or later).
Today's app is the Chordion app:
Chordion (http://www.olympianoiseco.com/Chordion/) Make music on the go; choose chords with one hand and play melodies with the other; customization options include a synthesizer, scales, and more; supports MIDI; control other instruments; (iOS 5.1 or later).
Today's app is the ChordGen app:
ChordGen Chord progression generator; generate chord progressions with the root note of choice; includes some of the popular chord progression sequences in all the modern scales and modes; get chord progressions for piano, acoustic guitar, and power chords; teaches user how to play each of the listed chords in the selected sequence for the particular musical instrument; build own chord progressions with a step by step process; save work; basic level songwriting application; plays the progressions in a loop and can be used as a backing-track tool; jam on the backing track of choice; (iOS 2.2 or later; Android 2.3 and up).
Today's app is the Chord Walker app:
Chord Walker (http://cleverlevers.com/chordwalker/) Training tool for musicians who need to walk through chord changes; written by a bass player to practice Real Book sight-reading; goal is to master chord navigation on the instrument, reflecting the user’s chosen style, personal taste, and tempo; one-tap generation of musically valid chord progressions; root name and chord character both shown; select starting key; select modulation interval: perfect 4ths or 5ths; choice of flat or sharp accidentals; save any progression as a favorite; (iOS 4.0 or later).
More Scales and Chords apps this week!
Chord NOTE (http://therootage.com/iphone/chord-note-en/) Songwriter’s assistant tool; find chords to match melody; find song’s key; (iOS 5.0 or later).
Today's app is the Chord Explorer app:
Chord Explorer Full eighty-eight key piano keyboard with assignable chord pads; MIDI controller; experiment with harmony and chord progressions; interval, chord, and scale reference; ear training tool; store note combinations across twenty-four pads; play the pads and keyboard together; connect to a synth, sampler, or sequencer; identify notes, intervals, chords, and scales from a comprehensive library; enhance understanding of harmony; create ear-training tests; share projects; (iOS 6.0 or later).
Today's app is the Chord Detector app:
Chord Detector (http://www.chord-detector.com/wordpress/apps/chorddetector/) For musicians of any ability; learn to play the tracks in iPod music library by automatically detecting the chords within the track; can recognize many different chord types including major, minor, augmented, diminished, diminished seventh, dominant seventh, minor seventh, and Major seventh; option to view the detected chords in two different forms, scrolling and tabular; in both views user is able to play the track; chords will move or be highlighted as the song is playing; can view the chords of a track while analysis is going on; queue up tracks to be processed; controls on the chord view screens include: Play/Pause to play or pause the track; Rewind 30s to rewind the track by thirty seconds; Forward 30s to forward the track by thirty seconds; Tempo Adj. to slow down the track without affecting the pitch by a variable amount down to one quarter of its original speed; Capo Adj. to transpose the chords according to which fret capo is on; (iOS 5.0 or later).