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  • 43 variations of blues scale, which can be transposed in any key, resulting in more than 500 of total scales!
  • Harmony feature: you can see and listen to the chords, over which given scales can be played!
  • ability to achieve fast performance speed on guitar
  • blues scales are presented here in both vertical and horizontal systems on the fingerboard, with traditional and wide fingerings
  • this material can be used for any contemporary music style
  • every single scale was selected individually and provided with corresponding optimal fingerings for your comfort
  • transpose scales to any desired key by dragging notes on the screen with your finger
  • instant playback of the selected scale
  • note names are displayed inside the playback cursor
  • sharp and flat signatures correspond to the current mode's key
  • slow playback of scales for easier learning
  • fast cycled playback to be able to hear the scale in whole
  • ability to change playback tempo for training
  • ability to adjust a volume balance between harmony and piano sounds
  • manual step by step note playback in both directions
  • manual note selection by tapping notes on the screen
  • Retina display supported
  • Designed for both iPhone and iPad 

Note: Some certain scales in this collection can be performed only in slow speed mode.

Screen Shots

scr_bluesman1 scr_bluesman2



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Fonexsis Creative Group, 2011


+177 #5 Fonexsis 2012-07-19 22:29
Quoting ansp:
How is this different from your Bluesman II app?

Thanks for your question.

Bluesman II includes less blues scales, but has more material for practical usage. Also, Bluesman II is intended more for advanced guitar players, because it has more exercises with extended (wide) fingerings.

Bluesman I is a collection of blues scale of different variations. You can use it for finding a comfortable variation of blues scale for your practice.
0 #4 ansp 2012-07-04 02:24
How is this different from your Bluesman II app?
0 #3 slide player 2011-09-05 05:44
Is there any way to show these scales in alternate tunings?
0 #2 Fonexsis 2011-05-09 20:45
Thanks for your comment, we will take into account your non-standard advise in future. We will be glad for any your comments.

0 #1 tp 2011-05-07 02:45
There is no one application that permit to create your own scales :sad:

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