Have you ever wanted to learn how to play the piano, yet baulked at the astronomical fees charged by piano teachers? Well, baulk no more because Revontulet Soft Inc has released an app which will help budding Mrs. Mills and Richard Claydermans everywhere learn how to tinkle the ebonies and ivories, without having to fork out a small mortgage.
The app has the perfect piano for those already adept at playing and a “learn to play” mode for those wanting to brush up their piano skills. There are three levels of difficulty for each song you are tasked with trying to learn. The app also has a falling ball mode which makes following the keys so simple and easily understandable.
If you prefer “waterfall mode” or indeed “music sheet mode” then these can be selected as alternatives. There are so many sample songs already pre-loaded into the app, you will never tire of the different tunes you can try and tackle on this fun to learn piano app.
Moreover, once you get used to the vast library of 70-plus songs you have in the app, why not download new songs that become available every week? The piano is very dynamic and possesses a number of great features. It has the full range of keys one might find on a grand piano, a two-player mode, dual row mode, and single row mode.
There is also a multi-touch button to adjust settings like the key width adjustment and sensitivity of the key strokes. There are nine distinct keyboard sounds on the app with an acoustic sound, music box mode, organ, synth bass, strings ensemble, sax and many others.
What we found wonderful too about the app is that once you have established a great tune in your mind and reproduced it on here following plenty of dedicated practice, you can tape the song by recording it and then playing it back to your family and friends. It actually supports Audio and MIDI software and sharing your genius masterpiece with friends is very easy and straightforward too.
There are piano tiles and a metronome support that will help you to ascertain the exact pitch for the keys on your piano. There is also support for accomplished keyboard players using external MIDI keyboards over a lighting USB port with camera adapter. Why not share Perfect Piano on Facebook too where you can find fellow piano players and keyboard enthusiasts.