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ZOOM Electronic Keyboards
Sold Out (Win95/98) (Retail) (ELECTKEYPR)

Voyetra Technologies, Inc.

Reference

Learn To Play Keyboards

Electronic Keyboards shows you how to play in a fun and interactive way. Online videos provide step by step instruction. Interactive music notation screens will point the way and even evaluate your progress. And, in these lessons you'll actually be learning songs, not just scales and exercises. Once you've learned a song you can play along with the band in the virtual performance hall. You'll sound like a pro in no time.

Musician's Reference
A useful guide to the fundamentals of music theory, featuring in-depth explanations of topics including pitch, staves, clefs, dynamics, key signatures, tempos, and much more. Consult Musician's Reference anytime to augment what you've learned in Keyboard Lessons.

You Get 5 Programs in One:

Keyboard Lessons
Keyboard Lessons is a powerful tutorial of more than 75 interactive piano keyboard lessons that start at the very beginning. It will even evaluate your performance and tell you which areas need work.

Songbook
Songbook is a library of more than 75 popular songs in MIDI format that you can play along with a backup band. Choose from traditional, folk, holiday, popular or rock 'n roll classics. You can even print the sheet music.

History of Keyboards
History of Keyboards takes you on a guided tour of the origins and evolution of the keyboard instruments, from the Baroque harpsichord... through the synthesizer.

Recording Station
Recording Station is an easy-to-use, functional MIDI and digital audio recording studio. You can record your own multi-track songs with any instruments.

Understanding MIDI and Synthesis
Understanding MIDI and Synthesis introduces you to how PC's make music and generate sound. You'll get simple and thorough explanations about MIDI and WAV files, analog versus digital synthesis, and much more.

Requirements:

IBM PC or compatible with Pentium 60 or higher processor, 16 megabytes of RAM, SVGA monitor and adapter able to display 256 colors, 6 MB of hard disk space, 16 bit Windows compatible sound card, 2x or faster CD-ROM drive, MIDI equipped musical keyboard and cable recommended.



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