Virtual music teacher

16th June 2000 at 01:00
SCHOOLS that lack a specialist music teacher could be helped by a new music education website.

The Tritone Music Series at requires an electronic musical keyboard connected to a computer.

Sudents can play sections of music and the site will give them a graphical display showing where improvement is needed. A database allows teachers to monitor student progress and hear their playing via the Net.

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