Balance the Loudness of Music, Voice, Effects and Piano Sound Properly.
Currently there is a unbalance of the loudness between the background music, voice, effects and especially the piano sound which is generated from the MIDI data.
This is my impression using an iPad or iPad Pro with Yousican. Probably this is a bug or problem just on this platform.
With the current controls it is not possible to balance these audio sources properly, especially because the very loud sound effects can no be controlled.
The piano sound loudness is so low compared to the background music, it is almost not audible with some background music. Using the sound of the instrument itself - instead of the sound generated by Yousician - is not possible because the piano sound in Yousician can not be turned off.
My suggestion is:
- Compare the loudness of the background music and the sound effects and adjust the volumes to make them match.
- Add controls for each audio source: Sound Effects, Voice, Background Music, Piano Sound. So a user can individually match the loudness for his own setup.
- Make sure all of these sources can be switched completely off.
- It would be nice if there is either: A test to have some sound example while adjusting the volumes - or add this option to the pause screen so a user can adjust the volumes while playing to get a better impression.
I think this would make the Yousician app even more usable in a more professional setup - e.g. on a Yamaha Clavinova using the MIDI out and audio in connectors of this piano with a iPad Pro.
I have the same problem for piano input, on iPad mini 4 with headset input . Works okay for guitar input. Please fix, because I can only practise piano when others outside hearing range. Thanks.
I totally feel the need for this feature.
The sound effects and voice between playing is too loud in relation to the piano and playback.. please let us adjjust it or make it equal