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With Teaching-you Music Theory Skills, the rules and reasons behind musical theory are no longer a mystery. Whether you play a string, woodwind, brass or percussion instrument, you need to understand music theory to be able to effectively play and write music. As most examination boards require you to pass Grade 5 theory in order to enter for the higher practical grade examinations, Teaching-you Music Theory Skills will get you well on your way.
Even if you've never played a note before, the essential building blocks of music are explained in an accessible and engaging way that will appeal to children and adults alike. Covering material up to Grade 5, this PC CD-ROM contains just about everything you need to know for each of the 5 grades, and is ideal for GCSE Music students.
The extensive wealth of information is presented in sensible stages, enabling you to take the lessons at your own pace. To aid your understanding of the various topics, Teaching-you Music Theory Skills uses the full multimedia capabilities of your computer to provide you with video clips and interactive music examples.
The fun and exciting environment makes it easier than ever before to learn how to read and write music. Develop your understanding of scales, chords, time signatures and much more, and really get to grips with what all the symbols and terms mean. With interactive tests, you can check your progress as you proceed through the course, comparing your answers to those provided.
•Ideal for GCSE Music students
•Fun, simple and easy to use
•Helpful tips and clear explanations
•Covers material up to Grade 5
•Video clips and real music examples
•Help with aural practise
•Demonstrations using an illuminating piano keyboard
•Extensive glossary of terms and symbols
•Option to print manuscripts
•Interactive tests to check your progress
• Windows 98/Me/2000/XP
• Pentium II 450 or equivalent
• 1MB Hard Drive Space
• 128MB RAM
• 800x600 at 16 bit colour
• CD-ROM Speed 4x or faster
• Any 100% Windows compatible soundcard with MIDI capability
• Printer required to print the manuscript paper