Eleanor Cooper, journalist for BBC Classical Musician was kind enough to give SmartScales 5 stars in her review of the app: “If only apps likes this had been around when I was a seven year-old, hacking away at scales and arpeggios on a much-abused quarter-sized violin… To so many young players, scales are repetitive, difficult Keep Reading
We’re delighted to share that SmartScales has been featured by Apple as the ‘Best New App’ in the music section of the US App Store. This is obviously a fantastic privilege and we look forward to many more musicians around the globe enjoying practicing their scales!
We’re delighted to announce that SmartScales is now available for all iOS devices – iPhone, iPad, and iPod. We hope this means more people will be able to enjoy the app and learn to love practising their scales! Take a look for free right here
We’re delighted to share our recent 4 star review from Universal Music‘s site Sinfinimusic.com. Take a read below:
SmartScales recently received coverage in the London based version of the widely read Metro newspaper. They used the wrong logo but I guess you can’t have it all! Take a look:
Rob Lewis, co-founder of SmartScales When I was young I hated learning my scales. I took grade exams and it was the part that I least looked forward to. I could practice the pieces all day. It was easier, there was a melody to follow, an accompaniment that put it in perspective and a sense Keep Reading
Work has begun to bring SmartScales to the small screen! 4 screens, to be exact; making an iPhone app now means catering for every screen size that has appeared on an iPhone. For the iPad version we were able to use specific coordinates to layout the UI elements and animate them. Doing this for an Keep Reading