Topics covered
Stave, pitch names, treble/bass clef, 8va, ledger lines, middle C, semitone, sharp/flat/natural, tone, double sharp/flat and enharmonics
Scale, key-note, degrees of the scale, names of the scale degrees, major scale, key signature, sharps/flats in a key signature, natural minor, modes, pentatonic scales (major/minor), blues scale (major/minor) and harmonic/melodic minor scales
Number of interval, quality of interval, diminished/augmented/compound interval and inversion of interval
Chords, major/minor/diminished/augmented chords, inversions of chords and 7th chords
Note duration, semibreve, minim, crotchet, quaver, semiquaver, bar-line, bar, time signature, double bar-line, rests, tie, dot, triplet, simple/compound time and duplet
Key features
Music Theory Tutor is ideal for schools, colleges, universities, and anyone learning or teaching music theory from beginner to intermediate level. Lab packs and network site licenses are highly recommended to enable effective use of teaching and testing hours.
PC System Requirements
The following hardware is the minimum required to install/play Music Theory Tutor:
200 MHz CPU or faster. 32 megabytes of RAM or more. CD-ROM drive. Windows 95, 98, NT 4.0, 2000 or XP or later. 256 colour monitor or better, 800 x 600 pixels or larger. Windows-compatible sound card, with MIDI interface.