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Posted By: hello my name is Piano Educational Games or Apps - 08/01/16 07:57 PM
Does anyone know of some cool music games or apps that would help a beginner learn piano?
Posted By: GustavoWoltmann Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 10/08/16 09:55 AM
This is a great question, I'm new in this instrument and a cool music game for beginner will be great. If anyone can provide us please thanks :)

Regards,
Gustavo Woltmann
Posted By: johan d Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 10/08/16 11:31 AM
"Functional Ear Trainer" on both app stores & "ChordProg"
Posted By: johan d Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 10/08/16 11:33 AM
and ther areplans to bring "Meludia to mobile devices also, but for now, the PC browser version is TOP!
Posted By: Groove On Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 10/08/16 08:58 PM
Piano Maestro by Joytunes and Piano Marvel are pretty good. Neither will actually "teach" you how to play the piano, you still need a good teacher for that. But the apps are pretty good at helping you practice what you've learned. They are basically a collection of graded material (1,000-2,000 pieces) that helps you build up your music reading skills.

Another decent one is Note Trainer by Thoor software. It will drill you on notes and chords on a MIDI keyboard. Good for learning to play in a particular key.

I've tried a lot of apps, but these were the ones that were effective in the long run.
Posted By: Veelo Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 10/11/16 03:37 PM
[url=https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.gamya.rhythm]Rhythm Teacher[/url] is a free android app that teaches sight reading rhythms. It's built like a game with levels of increasing difficulty.
Posted By: hello my name is Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 12/13/16 10:47 PM
Yes, additional practice is exactly what I was thinking, definitely not an app for *teaching* piano.
These are all helpful, thanks!
Posted By: HansNFranz Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 11/10/17 03:38 AM
I'll be taking note of these as well. Great recommendations! :)
Posted By: robbrown Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 02/10/19 02:17 AM
I know this is an old thread, but here is something I've been building for some time and am finally making it public.

https://pianop.ly/

It's basically karaoke for piano, and my daughter inspired it. She's almost 5 and loves it. It synchs with the original music videos for songs, so she can play along to Taylor Swift or whatever is her favorite song and video at the moment. It helps a lot if you put colored stickers on the white keys (red orange yellow green blue purple and pink/magenta for CDEFGAB)

[img]http://karmatics.com/stuff/swansong.png[/img]

I'd be interested in getting feedback on it. We find it tons of fun.
Posted By: jaxlrose Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 02/25/19 04:08 AM
I have heard Piano marvel is pretty good especially if you are a beginner. Any other worthwhile recommendations would be great!
Posted By: chongjasmine Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 05/16/19 09:03 AM
I recommend piano marvel or playground sessions.
Posted By: Aralle Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 02/19/20 08:27 AM
Magic Piano by Smule can help to improve the rhythm skills (it is the only thing that this app can teach you), OK for beginners.
Simply Piano by JoyTunes is better, you can actually play the piano (even with both hands).
Piano Lessons by OnlinePianist, useful tutorials on how to play the piano.
Posted By: erikfros Re: Piano Educational Games or Apps - 06/15/20 08:43 AM
ChordIQ ( http://chordiq.info ). ChordIQ is a music-based mobile game focused on learning notes, guitar and piano chords in a fun and interactive way. It will help you develop your music skills with dozens of training games. Staff games help you to learn notes, note values, key signatures, and intervals, along with scales and chords. You will be able to remember chords and scales in different keys. Use ear-training games to practice notes, intervals, and chords. You can also practice singing or playing notes using your guitar, piano, saxophone, violin, or any other instrument.

Url: http://chordiq.info
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