Learning music theory has become fun and easy! Music Theory Tutor Volume 1 features over 230 engaging lessons that teach music theory with images, audio, interactive tests, and many examples. Based on your responses and skill level, an Intelligent Practice feature guides you through the detailed curriculum and helps you learn crucial musical elements such as rhythm, melody, and harmony. Many lessons let you enter pitches simply by humming, singing, or playing your instrument into the computer’s microphone. Tap rhythms, sing back melodies, guess intervals, and much more.
Music Theory Tutor Volume 1 shows you when you are playing or singing the correct pitches in a lesson and lets you see your progress. Gain confidence as you pass quizzes at the end of each subject and ace tests at the end of every grade level completion. In Music Theory Tutor Volume 1, you’ll learn about the building blocks of music and begin to hear musical keys, scales, intervals, chords, and rhythms in your head so you can compose without an instrument and learn songs faster. Features A step-by-step curriculum of over 230 lessons by Dr. Gregory Simon, who holds a doctorate in composition from the University of Michigan. Learn BOTH theory and basic ear training, with solfege and sight singing all with one application!
Intelligent Practice tracks your progress and automatically selects questions to improve weak spots. View your answer statistics for tests and measure your progress. Lessons teach recognition of note motion, intervals (perfect fourths, fifths, tritones, etc.), melodic and harmonic roles, plus unstable notes and note resolution. Interactive lessons for learning enabled you to read music, including clefs, note pitches, names, and rhythms. Rhythmic tutorials cover tempo, counting beats, measures, and values for notes and rests in simple and compound time signatures (including 4/4, 3/4, 9/8, and cut time). Lessons on the recognition and construction of major and minor scales; chord theory for major scale triads (major, minor, and diminished) and chord progressions; chord function (tonic, dominant, subdominant, etc.); the roman numeral system (I, IV, V, etc.); key signature basics, and cadence.
Windows Minimum System Requirements Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8and 10 2.2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM OpenGL-capable video card and driver 300MB of harddrive space