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It seems very interesting, my only regrets is the fact that the books are not available as PDF. I have read and I understand that most of the page are meant to be written on and that's the reason why it makes no sense to have a pdf version but as a self learner I would have enjoyed the guidance of the manuals (I did buy the windows version of the program though).
- Please, forgive my bad English
I remember looking at this on another site when it was being promoted a while back. I seem to remember that it was a resource that went along with a particular textbook. Having studied this aspect of harmony, I find it interesting to see it represented visually. It reinforces things, if you have already studied it and can look at the display with understanding. I would not want to try to learn via the software for a number of reasons: - It would make the student passive, hoping that the information would "filter in" while the software does the work - It looks overwhelming and confusing, because of all the connecting lines (unless you have already studied the material)
TOGETHER with studying, this might be a handy tool. I also noted the terminology in the narration. Each term represents a concept, so again the software makes sense if a student has been studying this material, and maybe the textbook in question.