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Rising Software Musition 3 Academic for Windows
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Rising Software Musition for Windows Version 3.0 is music education software that includes 9 new topics, a large array of new administration features...Click To Read More About This Product
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An interactive music theory training program that is easy and fun to use.
Rising Software Musition for Windows Version 3.0 is music education software that includes 9 new topics, a large array of new administration features and a bright new interface. Unlike previous versions of Musition, which only had fixed levels, Musition 3 allows custom levels to be created in any musical topic!
Musition can now be configured to support multiple courses. A separate level structure can be created in each topic for any particular syllabus. Musition 3.0 comes with the it's own syllabus, as well as the older level structure for Musition 2.0. Extra syllabi can easily be added to the system using our Syllabus Editor.
All topics now support custom levels, and custom levels can be saved and re-used using the Syllabus feature.
All existing topics have been enhaced to support level customisation. For example, in the rhythm topics, it is now possible to choose individual note values for each of the time signatures that you wish to practice.
Musition's interface has been given a makeover, keeping the basic workflow, but with more contemporary look and feel.
All musical notation has been revised and enhanced, with emphasis on beaming and spacing. Musition now uses Sibelius fonts for all notation, and in topics such as Clef Transposition and Chords, note selection is done using a keypad similar to that used in Sibelius.
It is now possible to import lists of students, and in a single user environment, automatic logon of a specified user is available.
Musition now uses a client server database. This delivers excellent stability and performance, even on larger networks.
Tests can now be used by multiple classes, and students can attempt tests multiple times, with separate results record for each attempt.
All reports have been revised and report parameter selection is now far more intuitive.
Musition now features a scale editor, allowing you to enter your own scales, and have them appear in your drills.
- New Topics:
- Clef Transposition
- Diatonic Chords
- Enharmonic Notes
- Instrument Knowledge
- Jazz Chords
- Rhythmic Subdivision