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Virtual 3d Dynamic Drill Design (Mac)

Virtual 3d Dynamic Drill Design (Mac)

Voicing/Format Software
Publisher Pygraphics
Catalog # V3DMAC
Permanently Out of Print

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
Virtual 3d Dynamic Drill Design (Mac) For Software. Published by Pygraphics. (Catalog # V3DMAC)

Also available for IBM-PC. Compatability: Mac OS 9 or less, Win 95 or Higher Midi; The charting software that set the standard; Easy & fast animation with on-screen instruction; Morph function - reshape without redrawing; Add directional arrows to show movement; Add or subtract persons; Produce clear, easy-to-read charts for students; New functions: Stride Zone, Excessive Stride Indicator; Hide Shapes function; Mixed Intervals in Forms; Fixed Intervals showing Curved Paths; Demo on web site at http://www.iglobal.net/pyware; PLUS Virtual Clinic which allows you to avoid potential collisions, analyze musical phrasing and much more. Also Virtual Consultants lets you send your drill via the Internet to be examined by a Pyware consultant.
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