If you purchased a pack but it does not appear, it could be that your Wi-Fi connection was weak at the time of downloading. Try downloading again (you will not be charged twice, even though it says to tap ‘buy’) when you have a strong connection. You could also try closing and re-opening the app.
Tap the ‘quaver’ icon on the main menu page to see which instrument packs you have loaded. If you purchased a pack but it does not appear, it could be that your Wi-Fi connection was weak at the time of downloading. Try downloading again (you will not be charged twice, even though it says to […]
The ScaleBlitzer app enables you to set up your user account, your character, and your position on the leaderboard. Once this is done, you’ll need an instrument pack to work with. Think of this as your workbook for the level you are up to. Stage 1 is free (for any instrument) and covers Preliminary to […]
Packs aren’t really shared because they store all of the statistics for the user. However, each new user can download a fresh version of the same pack, as long as it has been purchased once.
No. Once you have purchased a pack with your AppleID, it is available to any user on any device associated with that AppleID.
It’s always good to discuss these things with your teacher but it would probably be best to buy Stage 4.
Yes. If you have already purchased another pack for your second instrument, all you need to do is tell ScaleBlitzer which instrument you’re practising that day. Go to ‘My Instrument Packs’ (quaver icon) and tap on the correct pack.
Since Stage 2 caters for students at around Grade 2-3 standard, it would probably be best to buy Stage 2. However, if you’re near the end of Grade 3 and just about to graduate to Grade 4, Stage 3 would be a better purchase.
No. ScaleBlitzer caters for everyone, whether you are doing exams or not. As a guide, the five Stages are suited to these approximate levels: 1. Stage 1 – Elementary/Preliminary – Grade 1 approx. 2. Stage 2 – Early intermediate/Grades 2-3 approx. 3. Stage 3 – Intermediate/Grades 4-5 approx. 4. Stage 4 – Late intermediate or […]