I found it in the files section here:
You might want to check Hellene's youtube channel because I sort of recall that she made a video for this too. It's been almost 7 years ago, so I'm not positive. If you go to the forum index and scroll down to the files section there is a ton of good files in there. Not all of it is good, but there is a lot that is.
This brought back so many memories for me. Here is my little guy at 17 months learning Soft Mozart solfege signs. I think you can find a power point in the files section of the forum to show him that is similar to the program I used.
Cayla is one of my daycare kids. She's been using Soft Mozart off and on since she was three. Her interest in playing music has come and gone over the years. Her biggest frustration has been the hypotonia in her fingers which made it hard for her to press keys and stretch her hands out very far.
Since we started playing together as a family, her interest has sparked again and she agreed to do the academy with us. We started everyone during the second week of January. She has been playing about a half hour every day.
Her first scores on HCB were:
R1 - 15/15 65
L1- 16/22 91
Her best scores today
R1 - 15/15 10
P1 - 35/37 23
This video is from January 7th working on the left hand:
This video is from today with both hands:
Yes, Hellene, you can send this out.
I sent you an email about languages. I'm language impaired. All I speak is English. So we would need assistance if we want to do this in other languages.
So many people have left reviews for Soft Mozart and we really appreciate it. But most of you know that people love to watch video. We want potential Soft Mozart users to connect with our community - the people who are already using it by sharing their experience in video format. So, we'd like you to leave not just a review, but a video review and/or testimony.
Each month we'll be doing a drawing for a $25 gift card to Amazon.com. The names entered into the drawing will be folks who left us a video testimony the month before. We would love to offer an incentive to everyone who leaves a review, but unfortunately, that is illegal. But we can do a drawing!
We've made this super easy. We've created a site for you to leave both a written and video testimony. There are two ways to leave the testimony. You can create a YouTube video and upload it to the site, or just walk through the process and the site will upload the video directly.
Here is the link to leave your testimony: bravinn.com/VidMonial/Home/CurrentCampaign?id=30452
Information that might be helpful in a review: Progress since using the program, ease of use, what your kids like most about it, whether you have a music background, if you have a special needs child that you are using it with, do you have to nag your kids to practice, what you like most about the program, what are your favorite features, how many kids are you using the program with, obviously anything you would have wanted to know before you started would be good to include in your review.
Below is a video that walks you through the process of leaving the review. Again the link is: bravinn.com/VidMonial/Home/CurrentCampaign?id=30452
If you have any questions or problems let me know by commenting in this thread.