Solo - Fretboard Visualization by Trio Software Ltd

Trio Software Ltd released Solo - Fretboard Visualization, a guitar training app. Solo displays notes for you to play, and listens with your iOS device's microphone to know if you got them right.

Thanks to reader Steve for letting me know about this one!

Solo - Fretboard Visualization

Visualize the fretboard, master scales and play through changes like a pro with intervallic functions!

‣ Solo is a revolutionary practice tool designed by world renowned fusion guitarists Tom Quayle and David Beebee.

‣ One of the biggest barriers to improvising on guitar is finding and mapping out the relevant chord tones and scales all over on the fretboard in real time.

Solo is a highly focussed app for developing your note finding and visualization ability on the guitar. There is no time-based pressure and Solo reduces the cognitive load of having to choose which ‘notes/intervals’ to play. As you get quicker at finding these ‘notes’ you will conversely get better at choosing them whilst improvising. Players of all ability levels will reap huge benefits from practicing with Solo.

‣ Using common progressions, Solo presents you with one chord symbol or scale at a time and asks you to find and play a series of notes based on their intervallic function.

‣ Solo listens to the notes you play, analyzes them in real time, and doesn’t move on until you’ve correctly found each note by its intervallic function in the specified order.

‣ This process builds strong fretboard visualization for the most powerful, efficient and malleable way to KNOW your way around the fretboard no matter how difficult the chord changes are.

As a unique and powerful ear training tool, Solo also develops your ability to not only visualize what you’re playing, but hear it in real time too.

If you know your note names but struggle to learn new scales, play through chord changes or find yourself stuck in pattern based playing, practicing diligently with Solo will be transformational for your knowledge of the fretboard and subsequently your ability to outline harmony when you improvise.

Practice finding intervallic functions over a series of chord changes based on common and popular chord progressions. Solo is programmed with all the knowledge behind the scenes to understand jazz and popular music harmony and will always pick appropriate intervallic functions based on the harmony of the progression.

Practice finding intervallic functions within scales on the fretboard. Solo includes all the modes of the Major, Melodic Minor, Harmonic Minor and Harmonic Major scales, plus pentatonic and symmetrical scales. Seeing and finding scale tones as intervallic functions will transform your ability to manipulate and improvise with scales in real time.

Solo also includes video tutorials to get you started with intervallic functions, how to find them on the fretboard, using Solo for ear training and how to get the most from your practice time with the app.

No registration or account required.

Korg Gadget 2: Rex Looped and Unquantized

YouTuber Jay Dogon did a lovely soulful jam on his Poly D with Gadget.

Video Description:

A groove using Gadget and a wirey lead on the Poly D. I'm surprised at how fun the MPK mini was while making this. If only it was battery powered so I could use it on the go with ipad without any need for power...

Stuff used:
iPad Pro 12.9 inch
Behringer Poly D
Korg Gadget 2

Concentric Rhythm Update

Jeff Holtzkener released Concentric Rhythm in April 2017. This weekend he released the first update to the app, which honestly could have arrived in May 2017. We'll assume it got lost for a bit, and treat this like the app equivalent of found footage.

What's new in Concentric Rhythm v3.0:

What's new?
•Audiobus 3 MIDI
•Export MIDI files
•Autosaving (restart each new session where you left off)
•Ring/track re-ordering
•Clipboard for copying and pasting tracks
•Many bug fixes, big and small

Thanks to everyone for your suggestions, support, and patience!

haQ attaQ: Pipa Vocal Synthesizer | A 2020 Top Synth

Jakob Haq has already declared the recently released Klevgränd Pipa as a top synth of 2020.

Video Description:

Pipa by Klevgränd Produkter is an Expressive Vocal Synthesizer app for iOS and it sounds absolutely amazing. Somehow I managed to miss this one completely while working on my 2020 top synthesiser app list, because its so good that it deserves a spot on that list. Wanna know why? Watch the video!


Music Theory with Tonality iOS

Reader sardisloth did a detailed tutorial on chord extensions inside of Tonality.

Video Description:

This video is a simpler explanation of chord extensions (7th, 9th, 11th, 13ths) aka “color notes”. My hope is to inspire and demystify seemingly complex and large chords. If anyone has any questions, or would like me to expound on an idea further, feel free to comment!

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