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EMedia Music Releases New Hybrid Version of EarMaster 5.


eMedia Music Corp., announced the release of a new Windows / Macintosh Hybrid version of the EarMaster Pro 5 and EarMaster School 5 ear training software CD-ROMs from EarMaster APS. Now Mac users can take advantage of this comprehensive software suite for ear training and practical music theory available in 18 languages.

EarMaster Pro 5 is for musicians and music students at all levels. It features 651 progressive lessons including a set of Jazz lessons, 12 exercise areas to train with intervals, chords, scales, rhythms and melodies, interactive answering methods (MIDI instrument or microphone), switchable on-screen interfaces (staff, multiple-choice, piano, guitar, bass, violin, cello, etc.), detailed statistics on your progress and even allows you to create your own customized exercises. Teaching Music Magazine called EarMaster "an excellent ear training tool. "

EarMaster School 5 is the academic edition of the software. It is an easy to use, interactive and powerful tool for teaching ear training at all skill levels. The learn-by-doing teaching approach allows students to develop a better musical ear. It offers additional features for music teachers and schools including tools to create customized lessons, class and student management, network compatibility and E-learning features for remote teaching and distance learning.


18 languages are included in both EarMaster Pro 5 and EarMaster School 5: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, Hungarian, Serbian, Slovakian, Czech and Catalan.

EarMaster Pro 5 will be available in December at computer and music retail stores nationwide and online outlets for an estimated street price of $59.95. EarMaster School 5 will also be available in Decemeber for an estimated street price of $129.95. Multi user lab packs and site licenses are also available. Both CD-ROMs are compatible with Windows 98 SE, 2000, XP and Vista and Mac OS X 10.4.11+. A free 21-day trial version can be downloaded from the eMedia Music's website: https://www.emediamusic.com/earmaster.html.

For more information, visit their web site at www.emediamusic.com.
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