Ion Audio Piano Apprentice Shipping
Ion announced the arrival of UK stock of its Piano Apprentice piano learning system for iPad.
Piano Apprentice is a portable 25-key piano designed to transform your iPad, iPhone or iPod into a piano instructor.
The Piano Apprentice App – a free download from the App Store – is piano learning software designed and built by Ion to work with Piano Apprentice. Piano players follow along as piano instructor Scott Houston appears on the screen demonstrating how to play while the Piano Apprentice keys light up in time with the music. In addition, Scott’s hands are above the keyboard, showing the user where to place their hands, teaching them how to play.
Other modes will teach aspiring pianists how to read sheet music or allow them to play the piano at any octave they choose. The portable keyboard itself is touch sensitive, responding to soft or hard playing accordingly. Piano Apprentice is battery powered, and has built-in speakers for learning and playing anywhere.
You can download the free App from iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/app/piano-apprentice/id456471024?mt=8. Because Piano Apprentice is a MIDI controller it will also work as a controller with core MIDI based Apps like Garageband.
Priced at £79.99 RRP.
Piano Apprentice is available from Maplin Electronics, PC World & Currys, Firebox.com.
For more information on the Piano Apprentice, the new portable keyboard, visit www.ionaudio.com/products/details/piano-apprentice.
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