* Patterns - learn scales up and down the neck, and cool ways to play them. These are almost like song idea generators. Seriously, randomly switch through a few, and see if you start to hear a song.
* Favorites - create songbooks. Jot down interesting chords (or scales) you're trying to remember.
We've also simplified the pricing. The All Access Pass gives you everything. Ad free, all the skins and beat packs, all the alternate tunings. And in the new Patterns feature, you'll see some "advanced" patterns - these are also included with the All Access Pass. And just think - if we can sell enough of these passes, we can make a living at it, and spend all day thinking about how to make YOU a better Guitar player. It's like... seeing into the future, and being awed at how good a guitar player you've become. In the future, Guitar Companion keeps getting better and better, and you use it, like, all the time. Future You seems really happy. And your future self looks at you through the time portal, and happily shouts "It's worth it! The All Access Pass is totally worth it!"
And like before, there are some other features worth mentioning:
- Huge lists of chords and scales, and a ton of alternate tunings
- Zoom mode. See everything bigger.
- On the neck, display notes, intervals, finger positions
- Metronome and drum beats. Accompany thyself. (Beats go great with Patterns, by the way!)
- Manually strum the chords (and now scales), and hear how it's supposed to sound
- Skins. Several flavorful colors to choose from
- Tuner pegs. Simple. Effective. Within the mathematical reaches of our programmer.
Thanks for checking us out! We would love to hear what you think of Guitar Companion, and things you need that would make you a better Guitar Player.
Hey this is worth looking at! Guitar Companion is a free app ( ad supported for the basics ) which provides the fingering diagrams for a huge range of dial-up chords and quite a few useful scales. The chords which include inversions right up the neck, can be played manually by strumming the GUI strings or by choosing from a long list of strumming patterns and finger picking ideas ( extending these is one of the IAP's). If you are interested in alternate guitar tunings, and I am although I've never got far with it, theres a list of over 50 options and the chords and scales for them all ( IAP required... fair enough too!).
I hope Infinaut continue to refine this with a few more scales, maybe more loops which could be matched to some bass parts ... there is promise in them there pixels!