If you are one of the millions of people all over the world who would love to learn to play the piano or some other keyboard instrument but you hate reading musical scores, then read on! Part of the difficulty may be that when learning to play a keyboard instrument you are often really trying to learn two things at once; learning to read a score, and learning to play the instrument as well. That's hard.* Rondo can make learning to play a piece of music much easier by showing you which notes you should play on a virtual keyboard as the music is playing. While there are several applications that do this, Rondo goes a step further by placing the virtual keyboard over a vertically scrolling grid of the notes to be played. By placing the keyboard over the continously scrolling note grid it is possible to see which notes are about to sound and move your hand to the correct position to play them.
What is new in this release:
- A minor update to fix an audio incompatibility with OS X 10.7 'Lion'.
- The library now has a search function.
- New Exporting options include a tool to transpose a MIDI file upto +/- 2 Octaves and remap MIDI channels. Individual channels can also be excluded.
Random features are disabled each session