eMedia Music Music Theory Tutor Volume 1 (Electronic Download, Windows)

eMedia Music Music Theory Tutor Volume 1 (Electronic Download, Windows)

eMedia Music Music Theory Tutor Volume 1 (Electronic Download, Windows)

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eMedia Music Music Theory Tutor Volume 1 (Electronic Download, Windows)

eMedia Music Music Theory Tutor Volume 1 (Electronic Download, Windows)

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  • Approach to Music Theory for Beginners
  • Over 230 Engaging Lessons
  • Images, Audio, Interactive Tests, Theory
  • Intelligent Practice
  • Learn How to Read Music
  • Study Chord and Scale Theory
  • Learn to Compose With/Without Instrument
  • Pick Up Songs More Quickly
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An engaging approach to music theory for beginners, this downloadable version of eMedia Music's Music Theory Tutor Volume 1 for Windows features over 230 interesting and interactive lessons. Images, audio, and interactive tests are incorporated into the curriculum along with practical theory. The Intelligent Practice mode offers optimized practice sessions based on your responses and skill level to help you learn music theory elements, such as rhythm, melody, and harmony.

Music Theory Tutor shows you when you are playing or singing with the correct pitch and lets you see your progress. Many of the lessons allow you to respond by humming, singing, or playing your instrument into your computer's microphone. Enjoy the ability to tap rhythms and sing back melodies, in addition to guessing intervals and much more. Gain confidence as you pass each music theory quiz at the end of a subject, and ace the exams at the end of every grade-level completion.

In this program, you'll learn how to read music and develop an understanding of basic chord theory, scale theory, and the building blocks of music. Music Theory Tutor will give you the ability to hear melodies, scales, intervals, chords, and rhythms in your head – so you can compose without an instrument and learn songs more quickly than ever before.

Teaches music theory with a step-by-step curriculum designed by Dr. Gregory Simon, who has a Ph.D. in music composition from University of Michigan and has taught at University of Colorado
Intelligent Practice tracks your progress as you learn music theory, and automatically selects questions to improve weak spots – just as a real instructor would do. If you want to work on something specific, use Custom Practice and select the desired item
Combines music theory lessons and basic ear training into a single software solution
Lets you view music theory quiz scores and other statistics to measure your progress
Covers rhythm fundamentals including tempo, counting beats, measures, and values for notes and rests
Use sight-tapping to practice reading rhythms and Rhythm Imitation studies to help you recognize rhythmic figures
Teaches recognition of simple and compound time signatures, including 4/4, 3/4, 9/8, and cut time
Enables you to read music, including clefs, note pitches, names, and dotted and beamed note rhythmic values
Provides ear-training exercises to help you recognize notes, note direction / motion, intervals, and scales, in addition to major, minor, and diminished chords. These will help you to compose (with or without an instrument), improvise, and learn songs by ear more quickly
Solfege and sight-singing skill work teaches you to hear music in your head – so you'll know how a composition sounds simply by seeing the sheet music
Lessons covering interval and chord recognition help you develop a great sense of relative pitch to identify melodies, scales, chords, and progressions
Offers lessons on major and minor scale construction and intervals, including perfect fourths, fifths, tritones, etc.
Covers roles of both melodies and harmonies, in addition to unstable notes and note resolution
Includes chord theory lessons on the following:
  • Creating major scale triads (major, minor, and diminished chords)
  • Chord progression theory based on major scale
  • Chord functions within progressions (tonic, dominant, subdominant, etc.)
  • Roman numeral system (I, IV, V, etc.)
  • Satisfies Canadian school requirements for music in grades 1-5

    Content Summary

    Grade 1
    • Rhythm
    • Introduction
    • Beat
    • Beat Counting
    • Tempos
    • Exercise: Beat Tapping
    • Bars
    • Note Duration
    • Exercise: Note Tapping
    • Time Signatures
    • Time Signatures (part 2)
    • Time Signatures (part 3)
    • Time Signatures (part 4)
    • Exercise: Meter Recognition
    • Eighth Notes
    • Eighth Notes (part 2)
    • Exercise: Note Tapping 2
    • Exercise: Rhythm Sight Tapping
    • Review: Time Signatures and Bars
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
    • Melody
    • Introduction
    • Getting Started
    • Pitch
    • Exercise: Pitch Singing
    • Exercise: Pitch Comparison
    • The Staff and Ledger Lines
    • Treble Clef
    • Direction
    • Exercise: Motion Recognition
    • Steps and Skips
    • Steps and Skips (part 2)
    • Exercise: Motion Recognition 2
    • Intervals
    • Intervals (part 2)
    • Intervals (part 3)
    • Exercise: Interval Singing
    • Review: Pitch and Direction
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
    Grade 2
    • Rhythm
    • Introduction
    • Tempo Markings
    • Rests
    • Rests (part 2)
    • Rests (part 3)
    • Rests (part 4)
    • Exercise: Rhythm Sight Tapping
    • 3/4 Time Signature
    • 16th Notes
    • Exercise: Note Tapping
    • Dotted Notes
    • Dotted Notes (part 2)
    • Ties
    • Ties (part 2)
    • Exercise: Rhythm Sight Tapping 2
    • Review: Rests and Dotted Rhythms
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
    • Melody
    • Introduction
    • Half Steps and Whole Steps
    • Half Steps and Whole Steps (part 2)
    • Exercise: Motion Recognition
    • Octave Skip
    • Exercise: Motion Recognition 2
    • Major Scale
    • Major Scale (part 2)
    • Using Solfege
    • Using Solfege (part 2)
    • Using Solfege (part 3)
    • Using Solfege (part 4)
    • Exercise: Scale Singing
    • Intervals - Fourth
    • Intervals - Fifth
    • Exercise: Interval Singing
    • Exercise: Interval Recognition
    • Bass Clef
    • Grand Staff + Middle C
    • Melody Workshop
    • Exercise: Melody Imitation
    • Review: Solfege
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
    Grade 3
    • Rhythm
    • Introduction
    • Dotted Eighth Notes
    • Dotted Eighth Notes (part 2)
    • Exercise: Rhythm Sight Tapping
    • Pickup Notes
    • Exercise: Rhythm Sight Tapping 2
    • 4/8 Time Signature
    • 4/8 Time Signature (part 2)
    • Cut Time
    • Cut Time (part 2)
    • Exercise: Rhythm Sight Tapping 3
    • Rhythm Workshop
    • Rhythm Workshop (part 2)
    • Review: 4/8 and Cut Time
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
    • Melody
    • Introduction
    • Review: Major Scale
    • Exercise: Scale Singing
    • Note Stability
    • Stable Notes
    • Exercise: Sight Singing
    • Unstable Notes
    • Resolution
    • Exercise: Sight Singing 2
    • Intervals - Sixth
    • Intervals - Seventh
    • Intervals - Major and Minor
    • Intervals - Major and Minor (part 2)
    • Exercise: Interval Recognition
    • C Clef
    • C Clef (part 2)
    • Melody Workshop
    • Exercise: Melody Imitation
    • Review: Stability and Resolution
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
    • Harmony
    • Introduction
    • Melody vs Harmony
    • Chords
    • Major Triads
    • Building a Major Triad
    • Building a Major Triad (part 2)
    • Minor Triads
    • Arpeggios
    • Exercise: Arpeggio Singing
    • Major vs Minor Triads
    • Exercise: Chord Recognition
    • Review: Triads
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
    Grade 4
      Rhythm
    • Introduction
    • Simple and Compound Time
    • Simple and Compound Time (part 2)
    • Simple and Compound Time (part 3)
    • Exercise: Meter Recognition
    • Exercise: Rhythm Sight Tapping
    • Ties Revisited
    • Rhythm Workshop
    • 32nd Notes
    • 32nd Notes (part 2)
    • Small Rests
    • Exercise: Rhythm Sight Tapping 2
    • Exercise: Rhythm Imitation
    • Review: Meters
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
      Melody
    • Introduction
    • Stability and Resolution Revisited
    • Exercise: Sight Singing
    • Melodic Patterns
    • Exercise: Sight Singing 2
    • Intervals - Minor Sixth
    • Perfect Intervals
    • Intervals - Tritone
    • Exercise: Interval Recognition
    • Exercise: Interval Singing
    • Major Scale in Broken Thirds
    • Exercise: Scale Singing
    • Dynamics
    • Dynamics (part 2)
    • Melody Workshop
    • Exercise: Melody Imitation
    • Review: Stable and Unstable Notes
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
      Harmony
    • Introduction
    • Triads Revisited
    • Triads in the Major Scale
    • Triads in the Major Scale (part 2)
    • Exercise: Chord Recognition
    • Keys
    • Key Signatures
    • Chord Progressions and Function
    • Roman Numerals
    • Chord Function - Tonic
    • Chord Function - Dominant
    • Exercise: Chord Function Recognition
    • Chord Progression: V - I
    • Exercise: Chord Progressions
    • Review: Chord Functions
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
    Grade 5
    • Rhythm
    • Introduction
    • Beaming in Compound Time
    • Counting 16ths in Compound Time
    • Siciliano
    • Exercise: Rhythm Sight Tapping
    • 9/8 Time Signature
    • Exercise: Rhythm Sight Tapping 2
    • Rhythm Workshop
    • Rhythm Workshop (part 2)
    • Rhythm Workshop (part 3)
    • Exercise: Rhythm Imitation
    • Review: Time Signatures
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
    • Melody
    • Introduction
    • Creating Scales
    • Major Scale vs Minor Scale
    • Major Scale vs Minor Scale (part 2)
    • Exercise: Scale Recognition
    • Major Scale vs Minor Scale (part 3)
    • Major Scale vs Minor Scale (part 4)
    • Exercise: Sight Singing
    • Diatonic and Chromatic
    • Intervals - Major and Minor Seventh
    • Intervals - Octave
    • Exercise: Interval Singing
    • Exercise: Interval Recognition
    • Articulation
    • Melody Workshop
    • Exercise: Melody Imitation
    • Review: Minor Scales
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
    • Harmony
    • Introduction
    • Review: Chord Functions
    • Chord Function - Subdominant
    • Four Part Texture
    • Cadences
    • Authentic Cadence
    • Plagal Cadence
    • Exercise: Cadence Recognition
    • Diminished Triads
    • Exercise: Chord Recognition
    • Chord Progression: IV - V
    • Exercise: Chord Progressions
    • Review: Cadences and Functions
    • Before the Quiz
    • Quiz
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    Delivery Electronic download
    System Requirements Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, or 10
    2.2 GHz CPU
    2.0 GB RAM
    OpenGL-capable video card and driver
    300 MB of hard drive space

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