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Musition 4 from Sibelius is a comprehensive theory and fundamentals package, with 34 topics suitable for both classical and contemporary musicians of any age and ability. Musition is also perfect for schools, colleges, universities and anyone learning or teaching an instrument.
The software's structured drills and instant feedback create a stimulating learning environment, enabling students to achieve their maximum potential. Musition is easy to use, so students progress quickly and achieve their maximum potential.
The software can automatically mark the exercises so students can use it on their own, freeing up hours of teaching time. It even records student results so you can monitor their progress over time.
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Music theory training and testing software
Makes theory fun and easy
Hundreds of exercises in 34 topics for all ages and ability levels
Exercises cover topics such as:
Tap a rhythm with the space bar
Identify pitches on treble, bass and C-clefs
Identify key signatures, chords and inversions
Identify scales and modes and correct wrong notes
Range and transposition of instruments
Musition is suitable for classical, jazz and rock/pop students, with special exercises on jazz/contemporary scales, chords and progressions
Customize content to suit a specific syllabus
Ideal for exam preparation
The software is the same on all computers, regardless of school's mixed-platform network
Every computer can communicate with a single network database, whether the client or server computers are running Windows or Mac OS X
So, for example, teachers with a Mac laptop can check on the results of students who are working in a Windows lab, set custom tests and levels, and monitor their progress and assessment