About the CMC-ID Number. The only way to obtain this number is if you are a student of the California Music Conservatory, or a member of songnes.com. Once you have a CMC-ID number you can use it to Login to the VIP pages.
A VIP page is a special place in songnes.com where a student can actually see what he/she has to study. Only students with PREMIUM membership can have a VIVP page. For composer or students writing a song, they can see the progress of their song as they are writing it. A VIP page is private, you can see the page only with a password. The VIP page of a student is private as long as the student has an active or valid CMC-ID number. Id the student cancel the membership then songnes.com can use those VIP pages to teach other students. And the VIP page will no longer be private.
A student will receive a CMC-ID number by mail. A student can have promotions for a certain period or time frame to try a VIP page. Once the promotion is over, the student must become a member to continue using and seeing the VIVP page.
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