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emuso

Here is the quickest and simplest way to Learn, Practice or Explore music...

Emuso/Studio™!

We make your musical life easier as you become the musician you want to be.

With this intuitive software, you can start playing your musical ideas straight away, develop your technique and aural skills. Simply, yet deeply, explore the tools of music (melody, harmony, rhythm) used in making great tunes and soloing over them.  But, emuso does not teach you how to play songs, note for note!  You learn the musical concepts used to put songs together.   This means you can explore improvisation and song creation, with less trial and error!   As a teacher, emuso/Studio can save you a lot of time and effort as you impart this knowledge.

Who’s it for?

Emuso is for all instrumentalists and singers, all ages, all levels, whether you want to explore, learn, practice, or teach music.

Which instruments is it for?

All instrumentalists and singers can explore musical concepts using one of the following virtual instruments:

  • 6-string guitar
  • Bass guitar
  • Piano / keyboard
  • Violin / mandolin
  • Viola
  • Cello

What can it do?

With emuso, you can:

  • See, hear and create music on a variety of interactive virtual instruments, including guitar and piano
  • Practice technique and download practice regimes
  • Learn to navigate stringed instruments and piano with fluency
  • Develop your aural and rhythmic skills
  • Master the essential building blocks of music (intervals) that underpin all chords, scales and melodies
  • Rapidly explore and understand chord construction and the choices available for improvising over rock, jazz and blues classics
  • Learn about rhythm, work on your phrasing and work on your time keeping
  • Watch video lessons that interact with emuso to create musical concepts on virtual instruments for you to explore and test yourself
  • Read emusobooks that similarly interact with emuso
  • Capture musical ideas on a multi-track sketch pad
  • Translate musical content across virtual instruments with one key stroke

How does it work?

Using simple colour coding of intervals on-virtual-instrument and a clock-based interval visualisation, emuso lets you see and hear how chords and scales relate; how chords, melodies and rhythms work (in isolation and combined), and see what chords and scales look like on a variety of instruments. All without you having to learn musical notation, initially.

Choose your area of interest

Learning

Unlock the secrets of melody, harmony and rhythm

Radically Accelerate your Musical Learning Curve!

By being shown the underlying simple, relationships that exist in music, with maximum clarity and consistent cues, on the instrument you are studying or on the piano (for singers, brass and wind instrumentalists).

Access extensive Chord and Scale Libraries

Find and locate chords on-instrument in seconds. Learn how to use rock, jazz and blues scales. Simple user-interface to navigate and locate libraries. Build your own chord library, by starting with ours…any chord, any voicing, any tuning, any supported instrument, just one click away.

"All-In-One" Reference & Practice Toolset

Think of it as your personal Ultimate Music Help System at your finger-tips. Learn to play better and practice smarter! Becoming the musician you want to be. Learn music from the inside out, making your musical journey easier.

Lessons Standing By

Emuso lessons present all manner of musical concepts on virtual instruments for you to see, hear, and touch. These lessons can check your understanding and give corrections, should you want. Lessons are set-up for Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced, focusing on guitar initially, with more coming soon!

And All at a Remarkably Low Cost...

For around the cost of three private lessons. You have 24/7 access to your own tool-set and content. With emuso, you have a very powerful set of tools focused on helping develop your inner musician. Faster than you’d believe possible.

emuso/Studio for All

MusicIncite is delighted to announce the release of emuso/Studio, a brand new software application for learning, practicing, exploring and teaching music, designed by and for musicians. Emuso/Studio has been designed to minimize the need for jargon and notation. This gives you instant access to musical knowledge in a simple, practical form you can integrate into your playing.

Ideal for musicians of all ages and talents, emuso/Studio integrates everything you will need into one place – the emuso/Studio Toolkit. Whether you are exploring our musical sketch pad, working out a solo, transposing keys, or translating parts between instruments. Emuso has all the answers, if you have the questions.

But, it gets better…
The emuso/Studio software is being released as Version 1.0! The good news for early Adopters is the launch price is heavily discounted and purchasers will have an opportunity to help us shape the platform to better meet your needs. In recognition, if you buy emuso/Studio at Version 1.0 now, you will receive all point releases and every version of emuso/Studio as they are released up to January 1, 2021, inclusive.

Practicing

CREATING PRACTICE REGIMES:

Practice Makes Perfect!

We provide professionally designed practice regimes that are great for technique and understanding. Quickly modify these to suit your learning and curiosity. But don’t stop there. With a few clicks, challenge yourself on your rhythmic awareness and timekeeping.

Creativity While Saving Time

Unique to emuso, rhythm parts are designed with placeholders for notes and rests. You then add chords or single notes. All are easily changed without recreating the rhythm, which is a massive time saver. This is a great way to create practice sessions, work on technique, and capture musical ideas.

Create Your Own

Create your own scale sequences, arpeggio patterns, chord progressions, and licks to help your musical journey.

Explore Rhythm & Timekeeping

Using emuso’s rhythm designer (Rhythm/X), you can set up your own practise regimes to work on your timing and licks or play over chord progressions.

Create, Capture & Share

Create practice regimes to share. Within emuso you can create, capture and share with your friends, band mates or teacher.

And All at a Remarkably Low Cost...

For around the cost of three private lessons. You have 24/7 access to your own tool-set and content. With emuso, you have a very powerful set of tools focused on helping develop your inner musician. Faster than you’d believe possible.

emuso/Studio for All

MusicIncite is delighted to announce the release of emuso/Studio, a brand new software application for learning, practicing, exploring and teaching music, designed by and for musicians. Emuso/Studio has been designed to minimize the need for jargon and notation. This gives you instant access to musical knowledge in a simple, practical form you can integrate into your playing.

Ideal for musicians of all ages and talents, emuso/Studio integrates everything you will need into one place – the emuso/Studio Toolkit. Whether you are exploring our musical sketch pad, working out a solo, transposing keys, or translating parts between instruments. Emuso has all the answers, if you have the questions.

But, it gets better…
The emuso/Studio software is being released at Version 1.0! The good news for early Adopters is the launch price is heavily discounted and purchase will have an opportunity to help us shape the platform to better meet your needs. In recognition, if you buy emuso/Studio at Version 1.0 now, you will receive all point releases and every version of emuso/Studio as they are released up to January 1, 2021, inclusive.

Exploring

EXPLORING MUSICAL CONCEPTS: With A Multi-Track Musical Sketch Pad

By Experimenting

Improvisation skills are obtained through trial and error while working with chord progressions, chord tones and/or time signatures.

By Modifying Lesson Generated Content

Take content created by a lesson on-instrument or in Rhythm/X and modify to taste.

Create your own Scale Layouts and Chord Voicings

Three clicks to see and hear every chord inversion based on that, if you want. Re-position with one click. Understand modes? Easy! Even create melodies and harmonies to share with musical mates.

Explore Rhythm

Rhythmic concepts can be explored and captured through Rhythm/X. Improve your rhythmic vocabulary, timing, technique, and phrasing on your instrument.

Improve Your Ear

Our Ear Trainer is a very powerful interactive trainer for working on recognizing sounds by ear. It helps you build your aural skills. Ideal for everyone!

Create, Store & Share Ideas

Musical ideas can be tested and captured within emuso, stored and shared, with friends or band mates.

And all at a Remarkably Low Cost...

For around the cost of three private lessons. You have 24/7 access to your own tool-set and content. With emuso, you have a very powerful set of tools focused on helping develop your inner musician. Faster than you’d believe possible.

emuso/Studio for All

MusicIncite is delighted to announce the release of emuso/Studio, a brand new software application for learning, practicing, exploring and teaching music, designed by and for musicians. Emuso/Studio has been designed to minimize the need for jargon and notation. This gives you instant access to musical knowledge in a simple, practical form you can integrate into your playing.

Ideal for musicians of all ages and talents, emuso/Studio integrates everything you will need into one place – the emuso/Studio Toolkit. Whether you are exploring our musical sketch pad, working out a solo, transposing keys, or translating parts between instruments. Emuso has all the answers, if you have the questions.

But, it gets better…
The emuso/Studio software is being released at Version 1.0! The good news for early Adopters is the launch price is heavily discounted and purchasers will have an opportunity to help us shape the platform to better meet your needs. In recognition, if you buy emuso/Studio at  Version 1.0 now, you will receive all point releases and every version of emuso/Studio as they are released up to January 1, 2021, inclusive.

Teaching

TEACHING: Make Your Life Easier!

Get Your Point Across

Emuso is great for demonstrating chords, scales, and practice patterns on-screen, as well as pointing out the musical relationships of theory. This can help students who find it hard looking at your hands to pick up these shapes.

Creating New Content

Save a lot of time creating new content quickly to share with your students. Once creating, it can be easily tailored to each student’s specific needs. No more photo copying or writing things out by hand.

World-Class Music Help System

Chords are accessible by type and placed where needed on-instrument by click and drag. Inversions, alternate voicings, and fingerings are all just a click or two away. Scales can also be seen on-instrument, explored across the fret-board or keyboard for familiarity. Their patterns (arpeggios, sequences) chosen from a scale can be inverted from a 2nd to a 7th, with emuso generating the appropriate actual intervals. These can be transferred to Rhythm/X with one click.

Assign, Share & Score

With its ability to store music constructs and music tracks, as snippets and snappets, emuso/Studio is ideal for sharing work between students and teachers. This provides a lot of flexibility assembling lesson content.

Multi-Instrument Exploration

Emuso has a unique ‘translate’ capability, which allows you to explore and play a concept, say, on piano and then to illustrate it on any other supported emuso instrument, such as a guitar.

Rhythm Designer Tool

With emuso’s rhythm designer (Rhythm/X), you can set up your own practise regimes for students to work on their timing and licks or play over chord progressions and more. You choose (by mouse selection) what set of notes you want on-instrument and transfer them into a track template with one click.

Emuso/Studio builds students’ competence and confidence – fast!

And All at a Remarkably Low Cost...

For around the cost of three private lessons. You have a very powerful set of tools that can help get your point across if students struggle to see what your hands are doing, save you a lot of time, and let you build a library of reusable interactive content that’s easily customised.

emuso/Studio for All

MusicIncite is delighted to announce the release of emuso/Studio, a brand new software application for learning, practicing, exploring and teaching music, designed by and for musicians. Emuso/Studio has been designed to minimize the need for jargon and notation. This gives you instant access to musical knowledge in a simple, practical form you can integrate into your playing.

Ideal for musicians of all ages and talents, emuso/Studio integrates everything you will need into one place – the emuso/Studio Toolkit. Whether you are exploring our musical sketch pad, working out a solo, transposing keys, or translating parts between instruments. Emuso has all the answers, if you have the questions.

But, it gets better…
The emuso/Studio software is being released at Version 1.0! The good news for early Adopters is the launch price is heavily discounted and purchasers will have an opportunity to help us shape the platform to better meet your needs. In recognition, if you buy emuso/Studio at Version 1.0 now, you will receive all point releases and every version of emuso/Studio as they are released up to January 1, 2021, inclusive.

Don’t just believe us!

I have been receiving lessons from Jerry for sometime now, and before I really did struggle with learning, I have memory problems related to illness and with emuso, I have found it easy to learn even for me!

I understand the fundamentals I never thought I would get down, and it really is simple, I can’t recommend this enough whether you are a complete beginner or even have been playing for some time but wish to gain a greater understanding of the guitar.

Conan Middleton

This is banging, I think I have come closer to being a musician in the last week or so, then I have in the last two years. I am sure I am even playing better, I am definitely looking for more expectations and honing in on the notes that work. I am sure when I have this down and I put on a track I have studied and understand my electric playing will be better. I am just mucking about with the acoustic and chords at this point. A big thank you to Jerry Axemaster.

Dale Jeffrey

Excellent! Really dig the reframing of theory as something to paint sounds with rather than as something that’s limiting.

Aays

This is a brilliant lesson. This should be taught way before anything else in essence this should be the root of all lessons. This sums up what every musician is really trying to do in A brilliantly formatted and easy to interpret way. These are firsts to me as well and I have been trying to learn for two years. Learn all you want about "notes" but without this info you don't have a colour palette to work with. All of this without even barely mentioning musical jargon. You could make a song without even knowing a notes name if you read and understand this. 5 STARS, MUST READ! Jerry Kramskoy, Brilliant lesson, should be at the front of what everyone learns.

dcj20

I have been playing guitar for 17 years, mostly self-taught, and had been struggling with moving patterns and chords around the fretboard. By using emuso I found that it helped to reveal the inherent simplicity of music. It breaks it down for you to practice and understand. With this simple and intuitive way of learning about music, you can quickly build musical confidence and establish a solid pool of musical knowledge from which to draw from. Emuso allowed me to move past my roadblocks and showed me the many ways to play a piece of music. I recommend this product to all musicians!

Ed Majewski

You have a very inspiring way to explain theory! I never have a lot of interest to theory because I didn´t understand what my teacher was talking about. It was like he was talking completly different language! Now when I read these lessons you´ve wrote I get excited to learn again, even when I don´t understand everything (because of my language barrier) it sets me to right mood and mindset to learn and study music again. It´s just a awesome feeling, like I´d be sixteen and foud guitar vey first time!

Jouni0tuovinen

Great article. I love the way you simplify things without sounding like you're 'dumbing it down'. I never took up music theory, mainly because it can be quite overwhelming. But I also found I didn't really need it. Over the twenty or so years I've played the guitar, I've become quite proficient at playing what I like. However, when friends want me to show their offspring how to play, I'm at a complete loss at how to get the ideas across. I haven't got the tools to explain what I know in my head. I don't want to send them down a twenty year path like mine. Long story short, more people should teach music with your approach, I'm guessing the engagement rate would rise dramatically.

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