Seattle, WA — July 2, 2007 — eMedia Music Corporation, publisher of the world´s best-selling and award-winning series of guitar tutorial CD-ROMs, launched a new and updated web site, www.emediamusic.com, to promote its line of music instruction CD-ROMs and DVDs.
New features on emediamusic.com include free downloadable guitar lessons, free streaming videos, an updated online guitar chord dictionary, and an expanded range of products. Aspiring musicians can download demos, videos and trial versions of eMedia´s popular learning tools for guitar, bass, piano, keyboard, ear training, notation, and more.
The academic portion of the web site features an expanded product curriculum section, tips for schoolteachers and instructors using eMedia products in their classrooms, and even information for music technology funding and grants for their schools. Visit the new and improved emediamusic.com today.
eMedia Music Corporation is a software developer dedicated to producing high-quality multimedia music instruction software. Formed in 1994 by Adrian Burton, formerly a manager at Microsoft Multimedia Publishing, eMedia is now the world´s leading publisher of music instruction software. eMedia´s flagship titles are the best-selling eMedia Guitar Method and eMedia Piano & Keyboard Method. In addition, there are follow up lessons with eMedia Intermediate Guitar Method and Intermediate Piano & Keyboard Method. eMedia Bass Method is the first comprehensive multimedia bass tutorial. eMedia also produces Guitar Songs, which teaches classic guitar hits, and Blues Guitar Legends, which teaches original blues songs. As well as developing music software, eMedia also distributes EarMaster Pro, an ear training software program, Guitar Pro, a popular guitar notation program and PG Music´s Band in a Box, an accompaniment program used by musicians and students alike. Most recently eMedia Music launched the eMedia Essential DVD series, the first truly interactive DVD series for guitar and bass instruction. eMedia´s titles have been critically acclaimed by sources such as Newsweek, Guitar One magazine and PC Magazine.