eMedia Music Theory Tutor, Volume 2 features over 200 lessons covering intermediate to advanced music theory topics and builds on the lessons found in Music Theory Tutor Volume 1. Learn about the construction of augmented and seventh chords; harmonic, melodic, and natural minor scales; modes; musical keys; the circle of fifths; phrasing; and more about melodic/harmonic relationships and cadences. Learn to analyze chord function and understand chord progression theory, complex time signatures, and syncopation to help you write and perform music better. Images, audio, interactivity, and examples make it easier than ever to learn music theory. An Intelligent Practice feature in the music theory software acts an instructor would by analyzing your responses and skill levels and providing an individualized practice program to help you improve weak areas. Many lessons let you enter pitches simply by humming, singing, or playing your instrument into the computer's microphone. Tap rhythms, sing back melodies, guess intervals, and much more. Music Theory Tutor shows you when you are playing or singing the correct pitches in a lesson and lets you see your progress. Gain confidence as you pass music theory quiz at the end of each subject and at the end of every grade level completion.
Over 200 Engaging Lessons - eMedia Music Theory Tutor Volume 2 builds on the over 200 lessons found in Music Theory Tutor Volume 1 by adding over 200 more lessons covering more advanced areas of music theory.
Understand and recognize Musical Form - Learn about the construction of augmented and seventh chords; harmonic, melodic, and natural minor scales; modes; musical keys; the circle of fifths; and more.
Intelligent Practice - Answer questions the natural way. Tap out the answer to a rhythm question; hum two notes to identify an interval, sing the notes in a melody, or play them on your instrument. Learning music shouldn't be about typing!
Learn More Complex Rhythms, Scales, Chords, and Concepts - Understand syncopation and counting in time signatures such as 7/4, 5/8, and 7/8. Find out how intervals define scales and chords and how chord cadence and inversions affect chord progressions.
Easily See Your Progress Through the Course - Built-in statistics and charts let you review your progress and test scores. See where your answers were correct were correct, lesson grades, and charts that show your overall progress.