Too glitchy to be of any use. Initially this looked ideal for helping me figure out my notes from choir music - correct pitch, simple to use, and the sliders to allow more of the keyboard to be displayed. But every few seconds the keyboard shifts so that less and less of it is displayed on screen until after a minute or so the whole keyboard has disappeared from view, so you can't play it anymore. A shame, because it looked perfect for what I needed it for.
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I'm trying to understand harmony and scales better. This virtual keyboard is a useful tool because it's simple to use. It has 2 handy buttons, the left scrolls the keyboard over the whole of the piano's range and the right button zooms in and out of the keyboard making the keys fatter or thinner so the screen can show a bit more than an octave, or a bit more than two octaves. Cool, I can play chords with my podgy fingers!!
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I tried many different apps but they all had keys slightly sharp - this one is at least bang-on pitch. But some problems I am now finding: volume too low in lower octaves, but when I connect Bluetooth speaker a latency issue [between pressing a key and getting sound]; becomes apparent. Also when two keys are pressed at the same time then letting go, it seems sound of the lower one is repeated on release.
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