Concert Hands Will Teach You How to Play The Piano
Aug 21, 2009 15:47
Imagine having a computer teach you how to play piano while it actually guides you. That is what Concert Hands can do. It'll teach you the piano or keyboard using a 10 finger feedback system and gently pulses when you should play. The wrist pilot guides you across octaves.
Still, machine will never be able to replace the human touch of having an actual instructor next to you. But it really beats having to hear them nag or hit your fingers with a ruler!!
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