Nominee for the Best Sound Program of 2006 Releases New Version Targeted to Guitar Players

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Version 1.2 of D'Accord Personal Guitarist allows musicians to enjoy a much deeper music experience interacting with the virtual performance of any MIDI, GP3 or GP4 song file. While playing, the software shows the fingering, notation and intervals. The new version also comes with more than 100 songs and exercises, scales, chords and much more: Arpeggios, Tremolos, Major, Minor, Chromatic, Pentatonic, Dorian, Locrian, Lydian, Phrygian, Picado etc!

D'Accord Personal Guitarist version 1.2 has just been released. Personal Guitarist is the most complete guitar software available on the market, bringing exclusive features that enables students and musicians to practice and improve their playing skills in an easier way than traditional tablatures.

Personal Guitarist has just received the nomination for the “Best Sound Program or Utility” of the Shareware Industry Awards (http://www.sic.org), the most traditional award in the shareware market. Personal Guitarist was appointed by the industry experts as one of the best sound software of the year. The product is competing with three other highly popular software such as Microsoft Media Player. The final winner will be announced in July 15th at the SIC Conference, which will take place in Hyatt Regency Tech Center in Denver.

Personal Guitarist 1.2 allows musicians to enjoy a much deeper music experience interacting with the virtual performance of any MIDI, GP3 or GP4 song file. While playing, Personal Guitarist 1.2 shows the fingering, notation and intervals. To take advantage of high-res monitors and panels, D'Accord added the virtual fretboard maximization. The new version also comes with more than 100 songs and exercises, scales, chords and much more: Arpeggios, Tremolos, Major, Minor, Chromatic, Pentatonic, Dorian, Locrian, Lydian, Phrygian, Picado etc!

Personal Guitarist also offers great features to help the user to take everything from the song: Real time tempo configuration (songs can be played slower or faster) and transposition. The easy-to-use software is multi-instrument compatible. Electric and Acoustic Guitars, 4-string instruments like Banjo and Cavaquinho, 5-string instruments like bass and also customized instrument or tunings.

Developed with the expertise and technology of D’Accord Music Software, this software is one of the nominees for this year Shareware Industry Awards on the style Best Sound Program or Utility. The Personal Guitarists 1.2 offers unique tools as the Song Player and Editor, comprehensive Chord Dictionary, easy-to-use Tuner and Metronome.

The software is distributed as a shareware. Users can download the complete version and try it for up to ten times. After the trial period, the user can buy the registration online, using a secure e-commerce platform. Price: US$ 49.90.

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About D’Accord Music Software

D'Accord Music Software develops state-of-the-art technology, providing innovative tools designed to improve each user’s music experience. Its products such as D’Accord Guitar Chord Dictionary 3.0 (5 stars rater by CNET Editor) are among the most popular music software in download sites such as download.com. These products are downloaded by millions of users worldwide.

D'Accord brings together an experienced team in all aspects of today's complex, competitive and technologically advanced music business, along with computer music PhDs and professional musicians. D’Accord has been developing products and services for both consumer and corporate markets. The company remains focused, at all times, on respecting intellectual property rights and copyright agreements. The strategic partners of D'Accord include includes market leaders such as: recording companies, music and software publishers and internet sites.

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