ScaleViz coming to Apple TV

ScaleViz coming to Apple TV
16th March 2016 Shane

Yes you read that right, ScaleViz is coming to Apple TV.

Most of the development for ScaleViz Apple TV is done and I am currently working on the info & theory pages. I figured Apple will not get much bigger than a 1920 X 1080 full HD TV, unless they go 4K? So instead of concentrating on the Universal version. I created all the new art work for the big screen, now all the new revamped graphics & redesigned interface will translate directly to the iOS version.

Here is a piece of art I created in Illustrator taken from the Apple TV version. This is the main background for the Major, Minor & Dominant sections and will give you a taste of what’s to come.

ScaleViz Apple TV Main App Section Amp Background Image

Thanks for your interest in ScaleViz. Visual guitar fretboard theory & shape trainer for iOS & soon… Apple TV.

Buy ScaleViz To help you Master the Modes, Nail the CAGED system, learn all Major, Minor and Dominant, Chords, Arpeggios, Pentatonics and Modal Shapes in all positions, go from From Cowboy Chords to Soloing and become a Fretboard Master with ScaleViz today!

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