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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-05-2008, 10:48 PM Thread Starter
 
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Software for learning Theory or any music education programs

Is there any good software for

Fretboard Knowledge
Ear Training
Music Theory

or any type of software that helps in that way

I am waiting for the intelli shred in the post and want something to learn in the meantime
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-08-2008, 07:05 PM
 
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Re: Software for learning Theory or any music education programs

by fretboard knowledge you mean learning the notes?
if so:

start with 1 string at a time and you speak out loud the intervals between notes -just the harmonic notes- ) then 1 fret at a time (fret 1 all 6 notes, fret all 6 notes...) then 1 note across the fretboard (all positions for A, B...) etcetc

fretboard practice:
"fretpro" (freeware)

scales knowledge:
"fretpro" (the same as above)
"guitar alchemist" (freeware)
"guitar scales method" (shareware)

music reading: (just found this one so I'll try it tomorrow)
"gnu solfege" (freeware)

a website:

chordfinder :
http://www.jazzguitar.be/guitar_chord_finder.html

the useful feature (to me) is that it gives the intervals between the notes.

ear training:
www.miles.be

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Re: Software for learning Theory or any music education programs

Cool

I am trying it the fret pro and guitar alchemist software now

Thanks
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