Pianote - Piano Lessons 9+

An easier way to learn piano‪!‬

Musora Media Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.4 • 53 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

We’ll help you learn the piano anywhere, anytime -- with step-by-step video lessons that go where you do, taught by REAL teachers who’ll support you throughout your journey. Play your favorite songs with detailed song tutorials complete with backing tracks and free downloadable music.

What you’ll love about Pianote:
- Enjoy an organized video curriculum to take you from beginner to, well, anywhere!
- Or you can choose to practice any topic, anytime with our on-demand video courses.
- Learn to play pop, blues, jazz, and classical music on your piano from the comfort of your home.
- Tune in to live lessons every week & get personalized video reviews of your playing.
- Gain access to a supportive online piano community of students and teachers.
- Download lessons for offline access so you can watch and practice from anywhere.

Pianote membership requires a subscription. You’ll have the chance to start a free 7-day trial and choose between a monthly membership or annual membership, which begins after your free trial. You can easily cancel anytime, online, 24 hours a day. Plus you’ll have a full 90-day guarantee to make sure you love your lessons. There are no contracts or cancellation fees. We just hope you’ll love your online piano lessons experience.

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What’s New

Version 1.5.1

- Stability improvements
- Bug Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

rmayer99 ,

Mostly good but lacks volume control for Practices

I do like this app in general, but it does lack one feature that exists online if you go through the browser version: individual separate volume control of left hand and right hand sound in the “practice“ sections. Such a control allows you to turn off the sound you hear from, say, the right hand part while playing it yourself accompanied by the left-hand part. Otherwise there is much to like about this app. It would be improved if you could save the various tutorials into your own folders instead of dumping everything into the “My List“ section.

Note: In a VERY quick response to my feedback about the lack of a volume control icon, the latest version now does offer that feature. Way to go Pianote! Now if we can just get those separate individualized folders I mentioned I’ll up my rating to 5 stars!

Wackoweber ,

Amazing!

I downloaded all the major piano apps and wasn’t vibing with any of them until I found this one, it is EXACTLY what I was looking for. It feels like actually having a teacher and the knowledge progression is logical and is filling in all the gaps I had from years of playing without actually taking any lessons. It is really amazing to see the combination of theory and practice yielding results in my production sessions, where as before I would have been stuck doing things by ear, now there are a lot of instances where I quickly apply a bit of theory and boom, like magic the vibes keep flowing without missing a beat. I really like how the beginning modules are focused on proper technique, as someone who is more interested in learning theory and technique so I can apply it to my own creative endeavors, this is great. I’m even stoked to learn the songs now, because it isn’t just ‘oh learn this random song’ it’s ‘ok here’s the technique and here is a song where we can apply it in action’. So amazing, what a time to be alive, great work y’all!!

Developer Response ,

Hey, Wackoweber, thank you SO MUCH for taking the time to leave this awesome review!! We're so pumped to hear that you've been enjoying Pianote so much. We'd love to hear from you any time at support@pianote.com any time you have any feedback for us so that we can keep making Pianote even more amazing! :D Happy playing! - Jenn, Student Support

nikwax ,

Mostly really great!

First off, if you’re debating Pianote or Flowkey, the simple answer from me is Pianote. I spent a year with Flowkey before switching to Pianote, and hands down, Pianote is a superior product.

Pianote has a good variety of instructors, all of them very upbeat, personable, and very human about the experience of learning and playing music. There are a variety of learning paths, the most basic in my experience is Cassie’s Technique class. Another path is The Method, which assumes you have some technique and are interested more in pop music. There’s a Classical teacher and book, and there’s several other teachers with their own specialties. The videos are well done and fairly comprehensive.

I’ve taken a star off due to the haphazard quality of the written support materials. Mistakes abound. For a beginning student, this could be very confusing and frustrating. For a non-beginner, it’s really aggravating to see error after error in the sheet music. Looking at comments in the sections, these errors are long standing. It’s baffling why such an otherwise high quality course would do this.

I highly recommend purchasing the Pianote Planner, which lends structure to your practice routine, and helps in setting and tracking goals. It’s helped me a lot and we’ll worth what it costs.

App Privacy

The developer, Musora Media Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
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  • Contact Info
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  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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