(PRWEB) January 2, 2005
Most parents dream of their kids playing music; most kids dream of joining a band; most people of all ages from all walks of life would just love to play an instrument but most of them never realize their dreams and experience the joy of creating music and the fulfilment of expressing their creativity because itÂs like a foreign language, they just canÂt understand and so the majority never get past first base.
In general, formal music education suffers in our schools and colleges, resulting in less and less time being devoted to music in the school curriculum and potentially millions of kids and adults remaining creatively unfulfilled.
The fact remains that music is still, for most people, simply beyond their understanding...until now! MusicWheelsÂ® has been invented by someone who doesnÂt understand the traditional language but who has somehow found a way of unlocking the principles of music in a very simple and visual way. A truly revolutionary method for learning music using colours and patterns mounted on concentric wheels in an easy to use device.
And to prove his point, MusicWheelsÂ® inventor, Duncan Betts of Bristol, U.K. is making the software version of his invention available to anyone, free of charge for 90 days.
Just visit the website http://www.musicwheels.com and follow the link to download a free 90 day trial version of the fantastic MusicWheelsÂ® software. This is a fully functional version of the software. It will not run after the trial period has ended but you will be able to purchase access to the software from MusicWheelsÂ® by re-visiting the website.
Asked why he was doing this Duncan said ÂI know that MusicWheelsÂ® really can unlock the mysteries of music for almost anyone and, in the hands of a tutor, itÂs got to be one of the easiest and most powerful ways to engage kids in music. I want people to see it and experience it for themselves and when they do, look out because there will be no stopping them! I can think of no better way of doing this than to let them try it for nothing!Â
This offer is open to anyone, but Duncan is especially hopeful that Schools and music educators will take this opportunity to try this method with their students.
In the meantime, have fun and start learning with what is quite probably the simplest music learning method ever invented!
DonÂt forget, whoever you are, Duncan would like to here what you think about MusicWheelsÂ® so please email him with your comments and donÂt forget to tell him who you are and what you do.
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