eMedia Music Announces New Version of Intermediate Guitar Method
Take Your Playing to the Next Level!
eMedia Music Corp., publisher of the world�s best-selling series of guitar tutorial CD-ROMs, announces the release of the newest version of eMedia Intermediate Guitar Method. The follow up to the best-selling and award-winning eMedia Guitar Method, eMedia Intermediate Guitar Method v3.0 makes moving beyond simple melodies and strumming easier than ever before with new tools and improved features, content and curriculum. New Instant Feedback helps you learn quickly and easily. eMedia’s advanced audio recognition software technology actually listens to you playing melodies and shows you whether the correct notes are played. Take your playing to the next level with eMedia Intermediate Guitar Method v3.0.

New features for eMedia Intermediate Guitar Method v3.0 include new Instant Feedback on melodies, new Note Tracker and Finger Tracker tools, full-screen lessons , improved videos viewable in full-screen, remastered audio and a revised curriculum that gets you playing faster and easier. Over 170 full-screen lessons teach songs and demonstrate new techniques with remastered full-size video & recorded audio, variable-speed MIDI and our highly realistic Animated Fretboard. Lessons are available in either guitar TAB or standard music notation, so you can choose which you prefer. Intermediate Guitar Method v3.0 now listens to your playing through the computer�s microphone and highlights notes as you play them correctly! The new Note & Finger Tracker shows you the note you�re playing in standard music notation to help you learn to read music quickly. Intermediate Guitar Method v3.0 includes a scale directory with over 150 scales in various positions, a chord dictionary with over 1000 chords, an automatic tuner, metronome, and recorder. eMedia Intermediate Guitar Method v3.0 has everything you need to improve your playing!


The original eMedia Guitar Method was a breakthrough in multimedia guitar instruction and was named a top 50 CD-ROM of the year by Newsweek and was critically acclaimed by more than 100 other sources. PC Magazine called it “One of the best programs in the music-teaching software category� and made eMedia Guitar Method an Editor�s Choice.

eMedia Intermediate Guitar Method v3.0 will be available at computer and music retail stores nationwide and online in December at an estimated retail price of $59.95. The CD-ROM is a hybrid for both Windows (XP/Vista/Windows 7) and Macintosh (OS X 10.4+). For more information, please visit: www.emediamusic.com.

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