Interactive Violin Practice Scales from Applause

on Wednesday, 30 September 2015.

Violin Scale of D major using Applause Violin App

How to get violin scales in tune

Getting violin scales in tune takes time, there's lot to remember.

  • What key signature the scale is in and how this effects the finger patterns
  • Making a good sound on your violin
  • Good posture
  • Making the scales flow and sounding musical
  • Getting the scales in tune.

Applause can't help with all of the above but it does an amazing job of helping a student learn their finger patterns and play in tune.

Watch the video and see Applause in action.

Applause listens to every note you play and tells you if the note you are playing is in tune.  If it is out of tune it shows you if you are sharp or flat by a read line.  The more it's out of tune, the bigger the line.  As you get closer to the note the line gets smaller.  It's simple to use and you can't play the next note until the note you are playing is in tune.

 

With Applause you get the following scales and arpeggios free

  • One Octave Major - A, B flat, B, C, D, E, F and G
  • One Octave Harmonic and Melodic Minors  - A, B, D, E and G
  • One Octave Natural Minor - A, B, D, E and G
  • One Octave Chromatic - A, B, D, E and G
  • One Octave Diminished and Dominant 7ths - A, B, D, E and G
  • All Two Octave Major, Harmonic and Melodic Minors
  • All Two Octave Chromatic
  • All Two Octave  Diminished and Dominant 7ths
  • All Three Octave Major, Harmonic and Melodic Minors
  • All Three Octave Chromatic
  • All Three Octave  Diminished and Dominant 7ths