Learn to play your favorite songs on the piano by playing back the melody
вЂў 500 songs to learn from different eras and genres.
вЂў Highly configurable piano (multitouch, glissando, highlighting, note labels)
вЂў Resizable piano suitable for all devices and tablets.
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Set the size of the keys on the piano. The larger the keys, the more accurate to get the right notes, the smaller the keys you can see all 3 octaves on screen.
Full support for all phones and all tablets.
Focus on parts of the song to play back and learn the licks.
Multitouch and Glissando.
Pressure Sensitive. Control the volume depending on how hard you strike the notes.
Authentic digitised grand piano sounds.
Highlight notes on/off to play by ear.
Show/Hide note names.
Slow down / speed up the song.
Turn up / down volume of song play, which is ideal for play along mode.
Immersion's Ultimate Density Control Haptic Feedback.
****Become a Better Musician*****
Develop your ability to play by ear.
Start with a few notes and build up until you've mastered the song.
Suitable for all ages (kids to adults) and for all abilities (beginner to advanced).
The song list is varied containing all genres such as Rock, Classical, The Latest Pop, Film Theme Tunes, TV Theme Tunes, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, Naughties, Modern, Alternative, Indie, Latin and more. Includes:
A-Team, Aashique, Abba, ACDC, Adele, Aerosmith, AHa, Alice Cooper, Alicia Keys, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Axel F, Avicii, Beethoven, Ben E King, Beyonce, Bizet, Black Sabbath, Blur, Blink 182, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Boomtown Rats, Bruno Mars, Carter Burwell, Christiani Perri, Claire de Lune, Coldplay, Cream, David Guetta, Deep Purple, Def Leppard, Deee-Lite, Depeche Mode, Dire Straits, Dirty Dancing, Doctor Who, Doctor Zhivago, Donna Summers, Ed Sheeran, Elastica, Elton John, Elvis, EMF, Eminem, Eric Clapton, Erik Satie, Evanescence, Final Fantasy, Fleetwood Mac, Free, Gangnam Style, Gary Jules,
...and lots more
Songs capture the main melody / chorus / intro / verse and contain upto 400 notes.
Uses standard note tabs where lower case are the white notes and upper case the black notes. For example, "C4" is either C#4 or Db4 and "c4" is middle C.