We’ve been working all summer on our newest project that makes Interactive Listening available to laptop and desktop computers. We hope to have a demo version available soon that will work on computers running Google Chrome as a browser. It looks amazing but isn’t finished. Probably a third of our emails have been from music
Interactive Listening will be exhibiting at The College Music Society in Cambridge October 31 through November 2, 2013. Stop by our table and try our fully interactive iBook or learn more about our paperbook version. We will be offering an incredible discount on our books during the conference. See you there!
Interactive Listening iBook is now available on Mac laptops and desktops The moment we were all waiting for is here. Apple has released its new OS X Mavericks which makes our fully interactive iBook accessible to your Mac laptop or desktop. Even better yet, the Mavericks update is free (follow this link to go to the
Interactive Listening – Our iBook is joining the Mac Last week, Apple announced that the iBook format will now operate across ALL Apple/Mac computers including desktops, laptops, iPads and mini iPads with the new OS X. They have also featured INTERACTIVE LISTENING at their annual developer convention in San Francisco. Read more on the apple
Here’s the ibook demo! We are excited to announce that Apple selected Interactive Listening as the #1 new interactive book and #1 Editor’s Choice in all categories. Watch the demo below to find out why Interactive Listening is the first music textbook to ever be featured on the iTunes homepage. Download a 20 pages sample
Modest Mussorgsky 1839-1881 A writing sample from our approach to music history. In 1856, a gang of five self-taught Russian composers met to create a new type of classical music, free from the rules of Germany. Lead by Modest Mussorgsky, they composed Russian music for Russian people, drawn from peasant melodies, folklore witches, and patriotic