Jazz Scale Suggester System Download Latest
Jazz Scale Suggester System Download
Free download Jazz Scale Suggester System (JSSS) latest version from direct download link. Jazz Scale Suggester System is free to try application software developed by Jazz Scale Suggester System. This application is used to recognize hidden relationships between scales and chords with the help of your own examples.
Have you struggled with the complexities of scales, chords, and modes in jazz? Perhaps you don’t read music or you don’t want to pay for private lessons? Are you feeling limited with the blues scale? Interested in informal and unconventional jazz software? USING THE JSSS SOFTWARE, YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO RECOGNIZE HIDDEN RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SCALES AND CHORDS BY USING YOUR OWN EXAMPLES. This is the original, classic Windows software, first published in 1999, available with only minor revisions. Try the free Lite program or get the full program for only $4.99.
Shows how you can view a cluster of chords with a minimum of improvising scales, enabling you to quickly learn to play through the changes. Your entire jazz chord chart is evaluated, not just single chords in isolation. The program explains relationships amongst the scales, such as how one scale leads into another. You can either manually enter chords or import chord symbols from Band-in-a-Box ® files. Scale suggestions are based on conventional music theory, experience, and research. The software usually provides secondary scale choices.
Both summary and detail reports are available for each chord chart. Music reading is not required (but is encouraged). Explanations are generally informal. Scales covered include: Major, Natural Minor, Harmonic Minor, Jazz Minor (aka Melodic Minor Ascending), Dorian, Pentatonic, Blues, Diminished, Whole Tone, Dominant Seventh (aka Mixolydian). Guitarist? The program is not instrument specific, but scale and chord diagrams are provided in “HELP”. You need only have some command of the pentatonic scale to get started. Most scales are diagrammed as variations of the pentatonic scale (which is also diagrammed). The “HELP” documentation contains a basic theory lesson.
How this works?
You enter any typical jazz chord chart into the JSSS program or use the Band-in-a-Box ® file import utility. Click the “SUGGEST JAZZ SCALES” button. The JSSS program will analyze your chord changes using artificial intelligence techniques and suggest commonly used scales for your solos. You can click the “?” button for each scale and the JSSS program will explain its suggestion. You will soon learn to choose scales on your own.