Play Piano Using Computer Keyboard & Mouse: Piano FX Studio 4.0

I wrote about a virtual piano application for PC users before. But the download link doesn’t work anymore, probably because the creator doesn’t support the software anymore. Here is another virtual piano for you to try – PianoFX Studio 4.0 from Tanseon Systems is an advanced Piano Chords music keyboard Synthesizer for the Personal Computer.…

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Pianologist Live!!!

Just bought a new sony viewcam, here’s a trial run with me playing the popular standard “On Green Dolphin Street” with a salsa feel

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Piano or Organ – The Key Differences

This is a guest post by Holly McCarthy, who writes on the subject of an online university. Many people can’t really differentiate between an organ and a piano. We can’t blame them because the keyboards just look the same on both. Let Holly tells you her story. Growing up, I was part of a choir…

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Learn the Piano Effectively in 3 Hours or less!

This article is contributed by Sebastian Mitchell, the author of Learning the Piano More Quickly Report . Learn the piano more quickly in 3 hours or less! Practice at Set Times of the Day In my opinion it’s best to practice at set times of the day. Ideally this should be coordinated to when you…

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Piano App for Pocket PC

Finally, after a bunch of piano applications/simulators for the amazing iPhone, here is one created for Pocket PC. Since Windows Mobile has no-multi-touch, unlike iPhone, you can only play one note at a time. Source: Mobility Site You can download it here (membership required)

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Variations on Ode to Joy for a Prepared Piano

Piano is a great musical instrument. It produces beautiful sounds, if played by an elegant pianist. It can also serve as a beautiful piece of furniture display. Some performing artists made a hole on a grand piano. They walk inside it, dragging it along. They play it “inside out”… imagine the keyboards in reversed order.…

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