Auralia and Musition 3.5 released
London, UK, 2008-03-27 London, UK, 27 March 2008 - Sibelius Software today announce the release of new versions of Auralia and Musition, the world's bestselling aural and music theory training and testing software. Among hundreds of brand new features, Auralia 3.5 and Musition 3.5 offer fresh new interfaces and the ability to import, export and share different music syllabuses – perfect for tailoring exercises and tests for each country's music curriculum and various exam boards.
Teachers and those studying for exams can import and use the appropriate syllabus.
Aural exams and music theory can be daunting prospects for many students, says Jeremy Silver, Managing Director of Sibelius Software. That's why people all over the world use Auralia and Musition to help improve their results in these areas. These new versions not only look great, but enable teachers and students to download and install the perfect exercises and tests for whichever exam they are studying for.
Other new features include built-in support for Trinity Guildhall's aural test syllabus, results and corrections being shown directly on exercise scores, and several improvements to help music teachers with class record keeping and administration.
Auralia and Musition are developed by Australian-based Rising Software and distributed exclusively around the world.