this is a real breakthrough in music learning and education and it's taken a long time to get it this far but I think this is only the beginning. I get the feeling that one day soon, MusicWheels® will explode into the music education environment and people really will see just how easy it is to understand and create music using this method.
(PRWEB) April 14, 2005
If you have ever wanted to learn music or if you started to learn but gave up because you found it too difficult to understand then you are going to love the MusicWheelsÂ® method.
There isn't an easier way to learn music for people of all ages and if you are involved in teaching music you really need to see how MusicWheelsÂ® can help your students learn faster than you could ever imagine.
Over 21,500 people took advantage of the free 3 month software trial earlier this year helping to prove Inventor, Duncan Betts' belief that this really is the simplest way ever invented to learn music.
Asked if he was surprised by the demand, Duncan responded, "I was pleasantly surprised although I continue to believe that MusicWheelsÂ® can unlock the mysteries of music for almost anyone, kids and adults alike."
He went on to say that "this is a real breakthrough in music learning and education and it's taken a long time to get it this far but I think this is only the beginning. I get the feeling that one day soon, MusicWheelsÂ® will explode into the music education environment and people really will see just how easy it is to understand and create music using this method."
Prices are as follows (but will fluctuate due to currency exchange rates):
Software - $29.99US - this is the current price to download the software and it is the same price regardless of whether you are an individual, a family, a school or a church. To take advantage of this very special price just visit http://www.musicwheels.com/online_store.php and buy it now!
Due to increasing demand and volume production costs, we are also offering the MusicWheelsÂ® module at a reduced price of Â£23.07US.
When asked why the software and product were so reasonably priced, Duncan said "this is about making music accessible to as many people as we can no matter where they are. We simply do not want to give them any reason not to buy."
All that's left is for you to buy it and see for yourself.
Duncan is actively seeking distribution across North America and wants to hear from Companies who are in a position to help him exploit this lucrative concept with mass market appeal.
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