eMedia Guitar Method v5
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eMedia Guitar Method v5…The latest version of the world's best-selling beginning guitar CD-ROM! 182 comprehensive full-screen lessons cover everything from the basics to chord strumming, playing melodies, and fingerpicking. New interactive feedback on melodies and interactive quizzes help make learning tablature and music notation easy. Covers folk, blues, classical and rock styles, including a modern rock chapter with various strumming styles, movable power chords and power chord riffs. Over 50 large-format videos from instructor Kevin Garry, Ph.D., include split-screens and close-ups of both
What's New
Version 5.0.2:
  • eMedia Guitar Method is only available via the Mac App Store. 'Download Now' will launch the app's page in the App Store (requires the Mac App Store to be installed on your Mac).
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later



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Only available via the App Store. Well, I guess I won't be buying it then. The Mac is not a mobile device! I will not intentionally cripple it.
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Type:Education : Miscellaneous
License:Commercial
Date:21 Jan 2011
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $49.99
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eMedia Guitar Method v5…The latest version of the world's best-selling beginning guitar CD-ROM! 182 comprehensive full-screen lessons cover everything from the basics to chord strumming, playing melodies, and fingerpicking. New interactive feedback on melodies and interactive quizzes help make learning tablature and music notation easy. Covers folk, blues, classical and rock styles, including a modern rock chapter with various strumming styles, movable power chords and power chord riffs. Over 50 large-format videos from instructor Kevin Garry, Ph.D., include split-screens and close-ups of both hands.

Learning guitar is made fun with over 70 songs, including famous hits from artists such as Bob Dylan, the Grateful Dead, and Steve Miller. Songs are recorded live and hits even have multi-track full band accompaniment. As the songs play, an animated fretboard guides you through the fingerings, and MIDI tracks allow you to slow down and loop parts of the music for practice. This latest version offers fully scalable lesson screens, an option for full-screen video and interactive feedback for melodies. The Note Tracker shows you what note you're playing and Instant Feedback tracks your progress through the melody as you play. eMedia Guitar Method is the ultimate way to learn how to play guitar!

Features:
  • 182 comprehensive lessons with options for either tablature or music notation
  • Over 50 videos including split-screens and close-ups of both hands
  • New interactive feedback on melodies you play
  • Over 70 hit songs from artists such as the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Steve Miller and others
  • Includes automatic tuner, metronome and 250-chord dictionary
  • Support for left-handed animated fretboard with custom skins
Some of the included hit songs are:
  • "Knockin' on Heaven's Door"
  • Acoustic version as by Bob Dylan
  • Rock version in the style of Guns N' Roses
  • "Little Red Rooster" made famous by the Rolling Stones
  • "Rock N' Me" by Steve Miller Band
  • "Downtown Train" made famous by Rod Stewart
  • "Uncle John's Band" by the Grateful Dead
  • "Scarborough Fair" made famous by Simon & Garfunkel
  • "Ode to Joy" by Ludwig van Beethoven
  • "House of the Rising Sun" made famous by the Animals
  • "La Bamba" made famous by Ritchie Valens and Los Lobos
  • "Midnight Special" made famous by Creedence Clearwater Revival


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