Interactive Chinese is user friendly designed, content rich, comprehensive tutorial program. This interactive learning Chinese program will make you enthusiastic about learning Chinese. This program package consists of 16 CD-ROMs and five books.Subject part: Phonetic (1 CD) Chinese character (1 CD) Text (6 CDs) HSK (1 CD) Vocabulary (1 CD)Reading part: Tang Dynasty's Poems (1 CD) Song Dynasty's Poems (1 CD) Idioms (1 CD) Proverbs (1 CD) Two-part Allegorical Sayings (1 CD) Allusions (1 CD)This software introduces a comprehensive self-study Chinese way step by step. It starts from the Chinese phonetic alphabet and ends at the HSK examination. Each Chinese character is accompanied by Chinese phonetic alphabet. Each Chinese word or sentence is explained in English.
This is integrated software with words, sounds, pictures, animations and music. It will make you enthusiastic about learning Chinese. It is wonderfully-designed, high quality software. This product consists of 8 CD-ROMs, 8 CDs and 8 books.
The concept of Audio Weapons is to give you real world, practical training in sound design, synthesis, and music production by taking you inside the studio while we write a track. We use a combination of HD videos, Ableton templates, and live, interactive webinar sessions to teach the course. Now, what’s different with Platinum you ask? Well, we’ve taken the full Audio Weapons course, and mashed it up with the brand new Synthesis 101 course, and supercharged things by bringing in one of the industry’s top sound design and synthesis experts to teach it. We’ve also expanded the course from 3 weeks to 4 weeks of content and sessions, so this is a much larger and more comprehensive program.
Recorded on the final night of their tour at the Hammersmith Apollo in 2003, this special 16 track live package from the Jazz-funk legends Level 42 is packed with classics. The band are at their brilliant best performing hits including 'Lessons in Love' and 'Something About You' that have underlined the reasons why the group have always been at the very top level of modern day music.
John Lennon's concert appearances during his solo years were rare and scattered about, so any live document is worth hearing. Yet this one, the fabled One to One concert at Madison Square Garden, doesn't live up to its legend, however noble the cause (a benefit for the Willowbrook School for Children). Much of the problem, one suspects, is that Lennon concerts tended to be quick, casual one-offs; this material might have really rocked if John had broken the tunes in on the road first. Also, the Plastic Ono Elephants Memory Band is a fairly crude bunch of bashers, with Stan Bronstein's flailing sax and surprisingly poor drumming, despite the support of Jim Keltner…