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Digital Sheet Music | Play Without Paper |

May 15, 2010

Here is an in depth demonstration of how technology can help pianists and instrumentalists improve their playing

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  1. June 21, 2010 4:34 pm

    You can group notes together on a music staff vertically. These vertical grouping are chords. A chord is a group of three or more notes played simultaneously. If you play the C, E and G keys at the same time on the keyboard, you play a chord known as a triad. On a piece of sheet music, you will see these three notes as such.

    How would such a chord look on a digital sheet music system as you describe in the piano video presentation? How does music appear, in general?

  2. edlitenman permalink*
    June 24, 2010 12:36 am

    How does a document appear in a word processor? It’s the same with digital music. It takes some getting used to but overall, the increased functionality and convenience provides a strong incentive to reading and playing music in this fashion.

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