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System to learn piano, features many familiar features

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Offline   1ndy

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I saw this video from New Scientist demo-ing the impact of "gamification" on learning the piano.

 

Seems to have many ideas/features that are perhaps familiar to people using this forum.

 

I wonder how they encode whichever music notation is supported for use? 



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MIDI would make the most sense, but who knows.



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Offline   Palander

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I have used Synthesia for some deep purple songs  which uses midi files. It has lot of similar learning tools than RS.