How to download, install, activate, and register emuso
IMPORTANT: Please ensure your email address used for buying emuso is correct, before you click the BUY button on the buy page (https://emuso.buzz/buy-emuso-studio/). Otherwise you will not receive the details required to download emuso from our distributor, and the buy process will seem to hang for awhile. If this happens, you will (not immediately) receive the license details from us, displayed via your browser. But you will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org to get the download link.
On successful purchase, you are emailed both from our distributor, Paddle.com, and from ourselves, MusicIncite.buzz (who make emuso), with your emuso license activation details. Paddle also provides a download link to the emuso installer (a .msi file). Emuso is around 130 MB. Some browsers may warn about this file, but Windows itself won’t, when executed to install emuso. This is because emuso has been digitally signed as Windows requires. The install process is quick.
After installing, on first launch of emuso, a license activation dialogue will appear where you enter the license activation key. You will need Internet access to activate the license. Once activated, the emuso toolkit can be used. You have to register, via the emuso application, where you choose a log-in password, and optionally provide us with some information about yourself. Once registered you can log-in either via the website, or via emuso, using your chosen password. This gives you access to emuso content, such as lessons and practice regimes. Doing so from the website will warn that the lesson’s emuso interactions (tests, tasks etc) are unavailble, but you can stil choose to view the content in your browser. Doing so from emuso brings you the full experience.
Here is a short video covering this overall process.