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Music software teaches theory and practice

  Avid has released Auralia 4 and Musition 4, new software that provides musicians, students and educators with tools for ear-training and music theory education.
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 Avid has released Auralia 4 and Musition 4, new software that provides musicians, students and educators with tools for ear-training and music theory education. Designed for musicians of all levels, Auralia and Musition offer drill-based, interactive instruction through structured exercises, and give users instant feedback to their performance.

Auralia and Musition are available now and priced at $149 US MSRP each, or bundled for $249. Student and multi-seat discounts may apply.

For more information, or to download demo versions, visit www.sibelius.com/auralia and www.sibelius.com/musition.

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