Panis Angelicus (NEW EDITION)
by Cesar Franck. Exclusive transcription for string quartet or string orchestra. PDF sheet music download and more...
released on October 7, 2021
Adagio from Sonata Op. 27 No.2...
by Ludwig van Beethoven. Exclusive transcription for violin and piano. PDF sheet music download and more...
released on October 7, 2021
How to use your computer keyboard to play virtual piano
Recursive Arts A-23 Virtual Piano provides two separate Key Mappings for your computer keyboard, so you can choose the easiest and most convenient layout for you to play our digital piano. In order to switch between both options use the dedicated MAPPING knob. This knob will automatically activate the key assistant overlay, although you can also manually hide or re-enable this overlay by pressing the KEYS button.
The MAX (maximum) mapping provides access to the full 5 octaves of the piano by using the 'Shift' modifier key to play any black piano key. This mode is great when playing songs in C major or A minor keys with none or very little flats or sharps.It is also compatible with most virtual piano sheet music you will find online.
The REAL (realistic) mapping emulates a real piano keyboard layout, offering faster and direct access to black keys without having to hold the Shift modifier key. The action range is thus limited to three octaves, although this is more than enough to play most of your favourite melodies, including all those included in our virtual piano when using the Song Mode and its auto accompaniment system. This is the recommended setting when a piece includes many flats or sharps.
Please note that we are using an English QWERTY computer keyboard as a reference. However, Recursive Arts Virtual Piano is also compatible with Spanish keyboard layouts where the ";" character is replaced by the "ñ" letter, and the "-" character replaces the "/" symbol. If you are using a different keyboard language or layout combination, or if you are experiencing issues with any of these keys, you can always try changing your keyboard's language/layout settings to English in your Windows or OSX system preferences.
Playing simultaneous notes (Polyphony)
By design, Recursive Arts Virtual Piano is capable of playing up to 64 simultaneous notes, giving you access to the most complex chords and notes combinations. However, when using a computer keyboard to play the virtual piano, the maximum number of simultaneous notes is in practice limited by the hardware capabilities of our input device. You might experience that some notes combinations play perfectly at the same time, while others do not. The reason for this is something we know as "Keyboard Ghosting". If you are experiencing this issue please follow the previous link for details on how to fix it.
Play piano online
Use your computer keyboard or click the piano keys to play the piano. The keyboard's top row of letters correspond to the white keys, and the row of numbers correspond to the black keys. You can play multiple notes simultaneously.
Click "Hide note names" above the piano to hide the note names. Click "Mark" to mark notes on the piano. Play the marked notes by clicking the "Play" button (only visible after notes have been marked) or pressing the spacebar on your keyboard.
Save your markings on the piano by copying the web address in your browser. This also allows you to share your markings with others. For example, here is a F minor seventh chord and an E major scale.
Free interactive piano exercises
Try the online piano exercises and learn how to identify and play notes, intervals, chords, and scales on the piano. You'll also find various exercises in music notation and ear training. Sign up for free and receive full access to all of the exercises.
Sheets virtual piano
.Renai Circulation - Bakemonogatari - EASY [ Virtual Piano Sheet ]
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