3 thoughts on “How to Use Apps to Supplement Your Piano Lessons | 7 Ideas

  1. Music Apps are a great way to keep students interested in taking music lessons.

    I actually use Tenuto for my aural training, and it somethings that I use regularly to keep my ear in shape.

    A think that a great app that should be mentioned is Piano Maestro by JoyTunes. The app listens to you as you play, and you it doesn’t require any sort of connectors or setup.

    Great article!

    1. Hey Jordan! Yes, we’ve recommended PianoMaestro in a few of our other articles. Great app! Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  2. I am reading this blog post and I realized that I need an app for me to learn to play the piano. Actually, I have trouble starting on how to play because I have no idea. I don’t know where to start. I don’t know which I need to study first. But then, you just gave me an idea so I am excited to pursue more of my lessons.

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