Transpose notes feature
Even in the beginning there are a lot of songs in different keys. This adds additional difficulty for a beginner, who hardly knows one or two scales. So the function that automatically transposes notes to any key will help beginners to play songs they like and have more practice. A lot of electronic pianos and synths have transpose function, so using this feature should be easy.
I'd also like to be able to transpose the key of songs on Piano. Singing can already do this; can we have it for piano too please?
Tom c ainley commented
So I’ve just started tuning my 1920s upright piano for the first time to save some money. Rather than make a house call to have it tuned professionally I purchased a tuning kit. I’m struggling to find an app that can detect the proper octaves in the low and high range. I paid for guitar tuna and Yousician. Sadly the tuner lacks a lot of features. Considering pianos need tuned regularly to keep them sounding enjoyable. Also there is a temperament and harmonic dissonance that has to be addressed because some notes have more than one string. I’ve gotten the chance to have more than one piano. So alternate tunings are my next big project. I’ve done alternate tuning/transposing with digital keyboards but if an analog piano is transposed(OR OUT OF TUNE FOR THAT MATTER!!!!) your software will not properly track what is being played. So there should be an implementation for analog piano setup in case it’s out of tune or not in standard 440
Adya Aggawal commented
The app is great but for example if I have to play 'C' then it shouldn't matter if I'm playing with a higher or lower octave. I have a keyboard that doesn't have a lower octave completely (i.e. I have only F and G key of the Lower Octave) so I can't play a C because I don't have a C in the lower octave. If I play the keys of the middle octave It doesn't recognise it.
I use Yousician as a way to learn piano, but there is a problem: The octaves are not correct. When Yousician says to play the middle C, I play that note, but Yousician recognizes it as low C (one octave lower), so I have to play high C (one octave higher) to get the correct note. This means that Yousician is one octave lower than the piano. I'd liked to be able to transpose the songs/microphone one octave lower or higher to not have to play the songs one octave higher.