For questions regarding Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro please click here See Music issues (See Music) We are working on a fix to this issue.We will upload the new version to the app store as soon as it’s ready.Please subscribe to our mailing list to get notified when the new version is available here:https://us5.list-manage.com/subscribe/post?u=550795ad0a59390823ae9dd5b&id=2a9906a000 Thank you... Continue Reading →
For questions regarding products other than Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro please click here. When I use the play along feature on Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro I hear only one note at the time, or some other unusual sound. How do I fix it? (macOS) We offer different versions of Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro according to... Continue Reading →
As a piano player you have surely come across chord symbols in jazz standards lead sheets. These chords are embedded with a huge amount of information and trying to interpret the actual meaning of these chords could sometimes be overwhelming. What are rootless voicings? A rootless voicing, as the name implies, is a voicing in... Continue Reading →
When you purchase The Jazz Standards Progressions Book in PDF, the download includes a bonus XML file You can import into Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro. If you are in iOS (iPad or iPhone) you can import this Xml file into Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro. Here are the steps to take in order to do that.
“There are 2048 scales in music, no more, no less. 12 of them are intervals (scales with only two notes), and 344 of the other 2036 scales are source scales” A complete encyclopedia of scales has always been on every musician’s wish-list. There are many reasons why having a collection containing all scales in music... Continue Reading →
One of the best ear training exercises you can do to learn jazz standards and improvisation is Target Notes. Imagine this melodic line over the progression: We could use our classification method to classify each note against their respective chord. But this would be a futile effort, since this line’s main purpose is to land on the b7 of the G7... Continue Reading →
If you want to adapt popular music to jazz, the best approach is to think of the harmonic functions (rather than just the chords) and then use techniques of tonal harmony. In the following video we show how to turn a very basic piano version of "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" into a jazz... Continue Reading →