The One Smart Piano in Response to Surging Trend toward Learning Piano

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(Parramatta, New South Wales)– More than 4 million people in Australia are currently in the process of honing their musical skills with at least another 10 million expressing an interest in learning according to recent polls. The piano is reported to be the most popular instrument by a considerable margin. In light of this development, a spokesperson has announced the launch of The One Smart Piano, a new alternative for those attempting to add the piano to their repertoire.

Said the spokesperson, “Those looking to learn piano have a number of options at their disposal, but we’ve found conventional methods leave a bit of a gap in the market. Private lessons tend to leave out people who don’t have time for regularly scheduled sessions. Online tutorials offer a different route, but they’re often hit-and-miss at best with little room for questions and creativity. We’ve developed an alternative geared toward virtually anyone hoping to learn this classic instrument, and it comes with an array of bonuses designed to foster the learning process.”

Available in black or white, The One Smart Piano comes in three different varieties: acoustic and upright pianos as well as keyboards. Keyboards are equipped with 66 keys whereas acoustic and upright versions offer the standard 88-key format. Through internet connectivity, the Smart Piano guides students using red and blue lights situated above the keys to distinguish between left and right-hand notes for each piece being played. Like traditional models, the upright and acoustic versions feature soft, sostenuto and sustaining pedals.

Students are able to connect the Smart Piano to android and iOS devices including smartphones, tablets and laptops. Using The One’s complimentary app, users may learn using video lessons and games in conjunction with the company’s integrated light guidance system. Based on information from the company website, sheet music is available for more than 2,000 songs through the accompanying app.

Concluded the spokesperson, “We realized traditional lessons and video tutorials alone just aren’t the answer for everyone, so we set out to create a new solution. Our goal is to help speed up and promote the learning process using a combination of methods suitable for beginners and more advanced players alike. We help users experience the satisfaction and sense of accomplishment of playing through entire popular pieces and later build on that element with sight reading and proper hand placement. With the one smart piano, students can learn at their own pace and enjoy greater freedom of expression.”

About The One Smart Piano:

With a unique new approach, The One Smart Piano gives aspiring musicians a fun, fast alternative to traditional methods of learning to play the piano along with an array of accompanying options.

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