Electric Peel Software Releases Note-A-Lator and Note-A-Lator Pro

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[prMac.com] Cambridge, Massachusetts - Today, Electric Peel Software announced the availability of Note-A-Lator and Note-A-Lator Pro - their new line of music reading quiz programs for students and teachers. Note-A-Lator is a Mac OS X application that helps students learn to read music by giving them note and rhythm identification quizzes.

Note-A-Lator lets students learn independently by drawing all of their wrong answers on a staff so that they can be compared to the correct answers. It also offers advice at the end of each quiz based on the student's performance. Note-A-Lator Pro includes all the features of Note-A-Lator, and gives teachers the ability to print out note and rhythm identification quizzes or worksheets to use in the classroom, or to give as homework.

* Note and rhythm identification quizzes
* Immediate feedback after each question
* Suggestions of what to work on next
* Print note/rhythm identification quizzes or worksheets (available only in Note-A-Lator Pro)

System Requirements:
* Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or higher
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 6 MB Hard Drive space

Note-A-Lator and Note-A-Lator Pro both offer a free trial which allows users to try or print 10 quizzes before deciding if they'd like to purchase the program. We are offering all members of the media a free copy of Note-A-Lator and Note-A-Lator Pro for review purposes. Please contact Peter Stuart using the details below to get a review license.

Located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Electric Peel Software was founded in 2010 by Peter Stuart. We develop Mac OS X software for music students and teachers. All Material and Software (C) 2009-2010 Electric Peel Software. / All Rights Reserved. Apple and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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