The follow up to the best-selling Guitar For Dummies CD-ROM.
eMedia's Guitar For Dummies Level 2 - CD-ROM features eMedia's new interactive instant feedback technology, which listens through your computer's microphone as you play and highlights correctly played melodies, making learning to read music easy and fun!
Over 90 Step-by-Step Lessons
Guitar For Dummies Level 2 is the follow up to the best-selling Guitar For Dummies CD-ROM and features over 90 new lessons covering reading tablature and standard notation, playing melodies, fingerpicking and more.
New Resizable User Interface
eMedia made the content window on Guitar For Dummies adjustable in size, and it even maximizes to your fill your monitor, so the guitar lessons are easier to read and follow
Animated Fretboard (with six different skins)
eMedia Guitar for Dummies displays fingering positions as the music plays. It allows you to see exactly how to play the song on a guitar fretboard as you hear the music. Music tracking highlights the notes being played on the screen, making it simple to follow along. It includes options for both right- and left-handed views. Fretboard skins are designed in the style of a Rickenbacker, Strat, Gretsch, '59 Les Paul, and more.
Highlighting of the music and lyrics as they're heard makes it easy to follow along on guitar.
Slows down the audio to any tempo, while the animated fretboard shows song fingering as the music plays. Learn at the pace best suited to your skill level.
Tune your guitar quickly and easily with the automatic tuner. A precision gauge allows you to play into your computer's microphone and immediately get feedback to see if you're too high or too low. Full audio reference notes also provided.
This feature allows you to set your own tempo and work on your picking speed, rhythm, and timing. Provides both visual cue and/or audio tick. It gives you a full range of tempi, from largo to presto.
Record and play yourself back. This feature of the Guitar For Dummies instructional CD allows you to compare your recordings with the instructor's version, fine-tune your skills, and store musical ideas for later review or for writing your own songs.