60 ways to play songs at the piano in one easy to use app with lessons and printable pdfs.
Do a lesson a day and play like a pro in 60 days.
If you take private lessons weekly this amazing piano app is like having 60 weeks worth of private lessons all in one place at any time for a fraction of the price of a regular private Lesson!!!
Take any piano sheet music, or lead sheet, and play an accompaniment for a song at first sight using the concepts shown in this app. Composer & Pianist Ariel J. Ramos has put together a set of 60 piano grooves for intermediate to advanced piano players which include essential accompaniment concepts and piano techniques.
Grooves are organized by style and difficulty.
Each Groove is shown as follows:
• Name and Main Concept- Each groove is assigned a name for mnemonic support and focuses on a specific technique or concept.
• Tutorial & Demo Video - Ariel shows and explains each groove and technique in detail and then plays and example using a specific chord progression.
• Sheet Music - Shows the groove in standard music notation and chord symbols.
• Metronome - so you can practice the groove at different tempos
• Styles - Blues, Jazz, Gospel, Rock, Pop, Contemporary, Latin and much more
You may view the video and score together or in full screen (video or score)
You can find more info at mDecks.com and...
Practice, practice, practice!
Fixed bug that was causing the app to crash on iPads when tapping on the export (share) button
Ratings and Reviews
Are you kidding me!
This is probably the best piano app I have ever bought. 60 lessons for 5 bucks. I will pay five bucks for just one lesson. It has explanations, demonstrations, and downloadable sheets. I am happy that I bought it. Hope there are MP3 versions so I can listen to them when I am driving.
Why all these unnecessary parallel 5ths & 8ths ?
Great little piano tutoring app!
It would have been perfect if the authors have respected a few basic voice-leading rules and not allowed so many unjustified parallel fifths and eighths to slip in their otherwise well thought groove examples. Hopefully, this will be fixed in the next update or at least will be a consideration in volume 2. Then I'll give you the one missing star!
Would recommend this app for anyone who's interested in learning the piano. Even if you know how to play the piano, it's a great way to learn new songs. A bit pricey though!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.