Join us for a jam

16th September 2005 at 01:00
Anyone who fancies a free, high-tech lesson on a Yamaha instrument should get down to Gigajam. "We will be demonstrating interactive tuition for guitar, bass, keyboard and drums on our first visit to SETT," says communications manager Maria Smith.

Winners in the innovation category at this year's BETT awards, Gigajam provides step-by-step instructions, with supporting multi-media to improve understanding and encourage practice.

"From the start, pupils learn to play tunes together as a band or ensemble, using the skills they have learned," says Ms Smith.

Products launched at SETT include a version of the software with spoken lesson notes and Gigajam Orchestra, and a version for Mac OS X.

www.gigajam.comschoolsonline Stand F32

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