Everyone Piano

by EveryonePiano.com

Learn how to play Piano

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: EveryonePiano.com

Release: Everyone Piano 2.2.6.1

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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Everyone Piano for Windows is a very useful tool that can transform your PC into a very realistic and authentic piano which is very visually close to a actual piano.

The application allows you to practice your piano playing and improve your varying skill levels or if you're a beginner you can just simply learn along the way. The simulator will assign notes to each key on the keyboard and they included keys for the foot pedals. This application will also allow you to record the pieces or even improvise and play, you can listen to them post-recording and learn and pick up on your issues and errors you may have done.

The keyboard is able for customization and you can even set the mid-tones and keys that you want, the program does also allow you to import sounds from other sources that are available and you connect and you can connect a MIDI keyboard or even an electronic organ. But it's not mandatory you can practice at the comfort of your own home the product Everyone Piano is completely free and supports English language but language support overall is very lacking compared to the features you get on the simulation it'self. Everyone Piano is supported on the Windows operating system including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.

It's a free software that allows users to play Piano in the comfort of their own homes.

So in conclusion with this product, I think it's very useful and does a lot of things right allowing people to learn and play piano in the safety and comfort of their own home which is definitely the key feature of the product that can be used. I would definitely recommend those who want to learn how to play but can't afford lessons to download this and give it a try because it's definitely very useful for people to use.

Fraser
Everyone Piano sounds like a cool concept especially if you enjoy playing but are not in a position to own your own piano or have access to one. I am skeptical as a former piano player about how learning on software such as this would translate to an actual piano.
Kyle Cervantes
Everyone Piano for Windows does not work for me so I am going to keep this review to a minimum. Its supposed to be software that allows your keys to act as a piano for a while and an educational tool for learning. I am not blown away, I am sure if I look further I can find software to do this for me and it will be more proper and functioning.