The big splash consumer electronic development in the last month was the release of the iPad by Apple. And right on cue, several piano teaching and playing applications were announced. Most of these appear to be based on existing iPhone applications that have been modified to take advantage of the iPad's larger display surface.
A quick assessment of the potential for piano and DJ applications on the iPad, focusing on the larger iPad display, is offered by CNET and can be reviewed by clicking here.
Two newly announced piano products for the iPad include:
Magic Piano – Smule, best known for its Ocarina application for the iPhone, introduced Magic Piano. This is an i Pad-only application that lets users play piano on traditional and very non-traditional keyboards that are displayed on the iPad. The application is available from Apple’s iStore for $2.99. For more information about Magic Piano click click here.
Pianist Pro - UK-based MooCowMusic announced the release of their new application, Pianist Pro for the iPad. Building on their iPhone application Pianist, this new iPad-only application offers advanced music composition functionality for the casual player and the music professional. The application is available from Apple’s iStore for $9.99. Click here to read more about Pianist Pro.
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