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New Scale Tapper video on YouTube

Mainly just wanting to check out the WordPress/YouTube video embedding support. (Edit: Wow that was simple just drop in the youtu.be URL on its own line.) Here is a new video for the upcoming releasing of Scale Tapper 1.2. The major new change is the Theme selector featuring exciting new themes like Blue, Bamboo, and Pink. The Classic Scale Tapper theme is also available for all you die hard Scale-Tappers.

The new update should drop June 3rd, but meanwhile you can check out @ScaleTapper on Twitter. I will be giving out free promo codes all week leading up to the Sunday update. Do not hesitate to grab a copy of Scale Tapper before the new release because you will automatically receive the free update. For now you can still check out some of the hallmark features of Scale Tapper:

  • Interactive pitch constellations – A pitch constellation lays out your scale or chord and allows you to quickly visualize the relation between tones and semitones. Double tap on a note to transpose any sequence of notes to any key in both sharp and flat modes.
  • Fully-customizable fretboard – Tune your fretboard across 7 octaves and select between 3-12 strings for iPad (up to 6 strings on iPhone). This allows you to create any stringed instrument imaginable; from 3-string balalaika to a 12-string bandurria and everything in between. Let your imagination run free.
  • Predefined scales and chords are built-in. Select from the growing list of scales and chords. Better yet create your own and rock out with your newfound creativity.

Please join forces and let me know what you like about Scale Tapper. This is an app for musicians by musicians and I continue to use all your feedback to make improvements. Send a message on Twitter, leave a comment on the discussion page, and subscribe to the newsletter on the Scale Tapper homepage. And of course be sure to check out http://scaletap.com for the latest web edition of Scale Tapper: Online.

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