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Alfred Teach Yourself to Play Piano Deluxe Edition CD-ROM
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This easy-to-use CD-ROM uses the same great teaching approach as the best-selling book, in a fun, interactive audio/visual format. Beginners of all a...Click To Read More About This Product
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This easy-to-use CD-ROM uses the same great teaching approach as the best-selling book, in a fun, interactive audio/visual format. Beginners of all ages can learn the notes of the entire keyboard, how to form the most important scales and chords, basic rhythms, and how to play expressively and with feeling. Exercises reinforce your piano playing technique as you follow along with music right on your screen. Interactive song player lets you change tempos, adjust audio levels, and record your performance. Includes the 336-page Essential Dictionary of Music.
Videos of instructor clearly demonstrating lessons help you start playing right away
Customizable ear training program gives you the tools to play any song you hear
336-page Essential Dictionary of Music
Interactive song player lets you change tempos, adjust audio levels, and record your performance
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This software is for Mac OS 9 and below. Alfred software is infamous for being outrageously outdated. Beware. They still sell DOS software on their websites. MF should REALLY state exact OS specifications if they plan on selling OLD software. If you have Mac OS X, your music learning CD-ROM options are very limited. Too bad no one is making better stuff. Even E-Media's stuff is optimized for 640x480 monitors - something that hasn't been a factor since the mid-nineties.