Learn to play the piano using falling notes!
Start playing immediately, even if you can't read sheet music. Use the touchscreen or connect a digital keyboard and play using real piano keys!
- Synthesia will wait until you hit the correct note in "Melody Practice" mode.
- Perform each hand separately or together.
- Try more than 20 songs in the free version.
- Buy the unlock to play 130 more, along with every other MIDI song ever created.
- Connect your own digital piano and play along.
- Compatible with the lights in most lighted keyboards.
- Optionally show traditional sheet music, in addition to the falling notes.
- Master each section by creating a loop and practicing repeatedly.
- Keep time using the built-in metronome.
- Learn the correct fingers to use from the hints included with every song.
- Choose from more than 100 different instrument sounds.
• Hide the home indicator on iPad Pro
• Fixed the "Recently Played" list
• Fixed a rare MIDI synth crash
Ratings and Reviews
I think that this app has a lot of potential but for beginners like me I honestly don’t see the point. The songs are really great but it’s impossible to play them because it’s too fast ,and the tutorial was anything but helpful I had to delete this game almost right after I downloaded it because I honestly didn’t see the point in keeping it any more. The tutorial doesn’t even explain how to use the app properly. Honestly, I’m rather disappointed 😞 I was really looking forward to playing a real song for once . In simpler words I wasn’t impressed 👎🏻
Great Way To Learn Piano!
This is a really fun way to learn piano. You play songs right from the beginning using finger positions rather than notes along with a waterfall type of note delivery. I'm really enjoying it, which makes the time I spend doing longer and more productive. I don't think it's fully complete, in that it doesn't seem to teach note reading or any music theory, but it's a good way to learn to play the keys and build muscle memory.
If you stink at reading music (me!), and can’t count (surprise, me again!), this app is for you. I learned to play the violin by ear, adding written music in later and it all came nicely together. I’m hoping this method will get me going again on the piano, and so far it’s been fun. Now if only I can get both hands going at the same time. If one could slow down some of the songs/compositions it would be a great help.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.