|Rhythm training software for beginners to professional, develop timing and coordination, learn to read and notate rhythms. Four activities: Play Along, Repeat After, Reading, and Dictation. All standard time signatures and divisions + fully customize|
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:22|
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista|
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Rhythm training software for beginners to professional, develop timing and coordination, learn to play, read, and notate rhythms. Activities: Play Along, Repeat After, Reading, and Dictation. All standard time signatures and divisions + fully customize. Practice and measure rhythmic performance. Use the computer keyboard or external MIDI keyboard or drums. Follow courses provided or create unlimited random and semi-random drills. Use the standard metronome or choose one of the drum beats that help with feeling the beat.
MusicGoals Rhythm offers tools to acquire performance skills. As drills are mastered practical knowledge and skill are gained. MusicGoals gradually increases the challenge, remembers mistakes, and gives extra practice where needed. Watch your progress with charts, printable reports with scores, detailed lists of mistakes, and average response time for each drill. Adjust the tempo to your own pace. Stop and practice or go back and repeat any level. Create unlimited custom and random drills based upon your needs.
rhythm training software, music fundamentals, music theory, music lessons, ear training, sight reading, rhythm reading, rhythmic dictation, MIDI drum training, timing and coordination
64MB RAM, 15MB Hard disk space
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