PracticeSuite PRO features
A revolutionary approach to guitar practice
Emuso/PracticeSuite PRO provides all the tools you need for directed practice. It uses a revolutionary approach for amazing results. This will take your practice to the next level and beyond.
- Improves your ear, technique and timing
- Easily absorb musical and fretboard knowledge as you practice with far less to remember
- Test- yourself… emuso auto-corrects!
- Rapid creation of exercises for teachers and students
- Truly understand how to use chords and scales.
Click any image below to enlarge it. Here’s what PracticeSuite PRO comes with…
Interactive quick start guides
Include virtual guitar, virtual bass, virtual piano, with note transfer across instruments.
- Several guitar tunings
- Create your own
Scale library provides wide range of scales. These can be layed out on the fretboard in many ways. Or create your own scales. Hover mouse over scale note to see/hear tertian/quartal chord rooted at the scale note or pentatonic with tonic at the scale note. Relocate scale anywhere with mouse.
- By region
- By box (1 string to all strings)
- 3 notes per string
- entire fretboard
- Horizontal scale-aware pattern translations (with chromatics)
- Vertical scale-aware pattern translations (with chromatics) constrained within initial scale shape
- Assign new tonic within scale shape (modes)
Chord library provides wide range of editable chords or create your own. Relocate chord anywhere with mouse. Hover over chord note with mouse to hear individual note. This helps pick out inner voices when chord is then listened to.
- Automatic: Click on scale note and current chord quality from scale is generated
- Chord quality: From triads to thirteenths and quartal triads and sevenths
- Horizontal (along string) inversions
- Vertical (across strings) inversions
Visualises theory (scale/chord, scale/scale, and chord/chord relationships)
- interval library
- same pitch tool
- string hiding
- labelling choices
- colour choices
- Problem melodies (create own for comparisons)
- Harmony (own chords or scale-based)
- Interactive tests including “see then sing”
- Navigate along a melody or progression to compare correct answer with response
- Timing (off-beats etc)
- Simple rhythm through to polyrhythms
- Time displacement from “behind the beat” to shifting melodies
- Transposition, especially for technique regimes
- Music sketches
- Chord progressions
- Dynamic (semantic) tab with changeable labelling
- Import and export
- With visual theory
Example scale lesson
Example rhythm lesson
Interactive help system
- Touch-of-a-button help videos and user guides