Scales are the base of the music. All musical abilities, all combination, all melodies, all moods are based on scales, so scales are just the basic musical *skill*. But the problem is, before you can try to teach yourself playing scales, you need to know a lot of boring «theory» terminology, note writing and so on. Scale Trainer Guitar Edition is an ideal teaching program, which does two main things: it SHOWS you the scales in very visual form, and CHECK what youre playing.
When you run the Scale Trainer Guitar Edition, you see the guitars fret. Now you can check a scale, a key and a mode, and immediately wheres the scale note should be played. Moreover, you can click on each note and listen exactly how it should sound, or click on open string symbols to tune your guitar. Next, you should connect the guitar to the computer (direct connection is preffered, but «just the microphone» is acceptable), and now any of your «guitar actions» will be shown in the programs window as a rough guitar spectrum, as a note, and on a fret. The Scale Trainer will automatically analyse whether the note played has suited the scale, and show you what to fix. This way, your learning process will be easy and interactive. Amount of combinations you can teach is incredible its nearly 1.5 thousand! And after it, all the basics of music will be just in your mind.
Guitar Power - PalmOS Edition 1.1.0 The Ultimate Scale, Chord and Arpeggio Reference for Guitarists. Guitar Power is an interactive learning system. Quickly and easily use scales, chords and arpeggios. Any style or
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