Students How To Play In Tune Intonation Trainer teaches woodwind and brass students
how to listen for and eliminate intonation beats. They learn how to play in Just
Intonation and why an E in a C major chord has to be played lower than the same
E in a C# minor chord.
Each Student Can Make An Intonation Chart Students
learn which notes on their instrument are flat and which are sharp, learning to
anticipate pitch problems and how to solve them quickly.
Tutorials Show What To Listen For Students can experiment with the computer
playing intervals or chords. Move the pitch of one note in and out of tune to
hear the beats. Pulsating graphic shows beats as you hear them.
Show What To Listen For
Experiment with the computer playing intervals
Move the pitch of one note in and out of tune and hear the
Watch the built-in tuner and pulsating graphic which shows beats
as you hear them.
Practice With Your Instrument
of chord or interval.
Select which note you play - the computer plays
the other notes.
Target on tuner shows where to play your note to make
Pitch Target Moves To Show Where Note Has To Be Played
For Each Interval! Play Major Thirds 14 Cents Low Play Minor Thirds 16 Cents High
Make A Personalized Intonation Chart
Learn which notes on
your instrument are flat and which are sharp.
Perform a quick pitch
analysis of every note using both standard and alternate fingerings.
Print the chart for easy memorization and learn to anticipate pitch problems!
Windows Computer Requirements
166MHz or higher, Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP, 32 MB RAM recommended depending on
OS, CD-ROM drive, SoundBlaster 16 compatible soundcard with record/playback capability*,
available com port, audio speakers. (Performance may vary on some Pentium 166
For slower computers, add a SoundBlaster AWE32, AWE64 or SoundBlaster
LIVE! soundcard to make these systems compatible: 486DX processor or faster, Windows
95, 16 MB RAM, available soundcard slot, CD-ROM drive.
*To take advantage
of Intonation Trainer's ability to analyze your pitch and play with you, your
sound card must support DirectX 5, full duplex audio (simultaneous microphone
IN and audio OUT).
Macintosh Computer Requirements
180MHz processor, system 7.6.1 or higher, 32-64 MB RAM recommended depending on
OS, CD-ROM drive, available printer or modem port, audio speakers. (These slower
Macintosh models also work: Power Mac 7600ís, 8500ís, and 9500ís. All have a 604
processor at 120MHz or higher.)
Optional: Available serial port required
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