MTB Interactive Music Theory is an exciting evolution of this area of study, allowing learners to engage with music theory in an interactive way, listening to music and placing notes on staves in the same way that composers use modern notation software.
MTB’s Music Theory offers three distinct ranges:
- LEARN: Interactive learning courses with randomised practice questions.
- PRACTICE: Unlimited randomised practice questions and exams.
- EXAM: Ofqual regulated, certificated graded qualifications.
For each of these, we have a British or American theory terminology version. British versions use crotchets, minims, semitones etc. American versions use the terms quarter note, half note, half steps etc.
Try our Interactive Theory demo here with a free example chapter taken from our Grade 1 course. (Please note the demo does not save your work and the associated pop up messages to that affect do not appear on the real course):
To see what is included in MTB Theory for each grade you can view our Music Theory Syllabus here.
MTB Theory Introductory Guide
You can also see how MTB Interactive Theory works as an MTB user by signing up as a teacher or learner and going to our make an entry page and selecting the free example chapter. This will show how to enter and assign a Theory course and how to access it form your portal.
MTB’s Music Theory Courses, Practice & Exams are available from Foundation to Grade 5, with Grades 6-8 in all theory products due to launch later in 2023.
MTB Music Theory has been produced in partnership with Artusi who provided the fantastic technology to make our interactive Music Theory a reality.
To learn more about each of these products press the + button below: