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Fundamentals

Musition makes music theory fundamentals easy with topics and questions that cover all key areas!

Pitch

  • Note Reading & writing
  • Intervals
  • Scales
  • Chords
  • Enharmonic notes

Rhythm

  • Meter and beaming
  • Rhythm tapping
  • Ties
  • Complete the bar

Harmony

  • Cadences
  • Key signatures

Musicianship

  • Terms
  • Symbols
  • Concepts
  • Piano Keyboard
  • Texture

Musition - Practice

Meter

Compositional devices lesson

Advanced Students

For more advanced students, and those at university, Auralia has high quality content that is ready to go!

Pitch

  • Advanced note reading
  • Scale degrees
  • 'Jazz' scales

Rhythm

  • Polyrhythms
  • Rhythm tapping with duplets, triplets, quintuplets, sextuplets and septuplets

Harmony

  • Harmonic analysis
  • Diatonic and chromatic chords
  • 6/4 progressions, including cadential, arpeggiated, pedal and passing 6/4 chords
  • Figured bass
  • Modulation
  • Cadences
  • Nonharmonic tones

Composition & Arranging

  • Instrument transposition
  • Instrument range
  • Compositional devices
  • Mechanical voicings

Polyrhythms

Harmonic analysis

Mechanical voicings

AP* Music Theory

The included AP* Music Theory syllabus supports the new CED!

Levels and worksheets are mapped directly to the curriculum, providing clear learning pathways, with hundreds of exam specific questions.

Auralia and Musition provide automatic assessment for most AP* Music Theory questions!


AP* Music Theory Syllabus


Four-part writing

Bass line composition

Library

The library has thousands of questions for your students to practise, using quality audio recordings and notation excerpts.  Import your own items, and use them to create your own questions that are relevant for your students studies.

Question creation is very flexible, with excellent control over how content is displayed and played back to the student.

  • Notation entry – transcription & dictation
  • Notation highlighting – notes, bars and parts
  • Chord symbol entry – figured or contemporary
  • Multiple choice – text, image, audio or notation answers
  • Tapping – imitation, reading & tap along
  • Free text - text based answers, essays & analysis
  • Creative - harmony & composition

Custom library questions



Syllabus Support

Auralia has been specially designed to allow it to easily support multiple syllabuses, so that students can practise ear training topics that is absolutely relevant to the curriculum that they are using.

If you are not using any particular curriculum – don’t worry – Auralia has a syllabus covering all topics that is suitable for any Ear Training student.

Syllabus Customisation

Auralia is completely flexible, allowing you to create your own syllabuses that match your curriculum.

Your syllabi need only have levels for relevant topics, although there is no limit to the number of levels that you can create.

Using a customised syllabus simplifies the practise screen for your students, ensuring focus on the key areas.

Creating a syllabus is simple, and once done, can be assigned to any of your classes.  You can also use your custom syllabi in any tests and courses that you create!

Custom syllabus creation


Lessons

Each of Auralia’s topics has an accompanying Lessons module, where you can learn about the concepts that you will be practising.  Lessons contain text, audio recordings and notation and are an invaluable digital textbook both at home and in the classroom.

Lesson - Melodic Imitation


Lesson - Modulation


Courses

Courses allow you to integrate lessons, drills, library questions and tests, providing a structured learning sequence for your students.

Auralia has many curriculum mapped courses included and ready to go, but you can also create your own!  Once your custom courses are created you can assign them to your students and easily monitor their progress.

A key difference with courses is the ability to set thresholds for student progress.  Using these thresholds guarantees that students achieve the required score before moving to the next step.

Courses

Solfege, Piano and Guitar Input


Solfege

The onscreen Solfege controller allows students to enter their answers using Solfege note names (Do, Re, Mi, Fa etc) as well as allowing for questions to be displayed on the Solfege controller.

Fixed Do and two variants of Movable Do are supported, with a customised syllabus being supplied for each of the three variations. To further integrate the Solfege controller, many topics have been extensively modified and customised and musical notation also supports the placing of Solfege note names underneath notes.

This allows students to see their correct and incorrect answers in two ways, using both traditional notation and Solfege note names.

Piano

Students who are more comfortable working with a keyboard can use the onscreen piano keyboard to easily enter their answers in many topics.

Piano controller



Solfege controller

Guitar

The on-screen guitar fretboard is perfect for guitar players. Note names are highlighted as you mouse over each string and fret position.

Guitar controller