Perfect the piano from your desk

Perfect the piano from your desk

Hollie Abbott

Hollie Abbott

Do you fancy yourself as a modern-day Mozart? Always wanted to play the piano but never got around to taking lessons? Well, now you can play your favourite instrument from the comfort of your desk.

Dotpiano is an online browser-based visual piano which lets you use your computer keys or a MIDI keyboard as a piano to play and compose songs. While you figure out which letters correspond to notes, colourful dots appear across the screen which you can toggle to create visualisations while you play. For an amateur pianist, this virtual piano is perfect to experiment with and for the more accomplished player, you can try and create a stunning masterpiece. Like this, for example. And if your composition is particularly inspiring, you can share it with your colleagues.

So, if a Steinway is a bit out of your price range, don’t worry. Just open up Dotpiano and you’ll be a pro in no time.

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