Vertical scroll notation
Nameless Wanderer commented
I support this because it would make it more familiar to Rocksmith players.
I've never seen a vertical staff on sheet music.
I fully support this. It would help those who learn better by seeing the whole picture
Sion Jones commented
bravo, I agree!
Aditya M. commented
The Standard Notation is displayed in a horizontal manner, which makes it difficult for us to read it as the notes quickly disappear. This prevents us from reading the traditional form of music. The notation should appear in a vertical manner, like in the books. This will be much better.
Please vote to make a change.
While this is a great idea, i think it will not help towards learning to read sheet music which unfortunately is still industry standard.
Instead of showing the grand staff (We guitarist don't do it with tablature), why not just scroll the key positions down to the keyboard from the top of the screen? Using vertical lines at properly spaced intervals, the player can see which notes are coming up. You can see what I mean in several places on youtube. For instance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzZrGeJ7ab8 I think a zoom feature for scaling it with different songs or even parts to songs could be useful too. Use the same color scheme for the fingering that already exists though. I think if this were to be done, a dimmer version of the hand position colors should always be present in the scroll, so that it would be clear when a hand position shift was coming up. I think a 45 degree tilted view or constant note acceleration might help as well to help the player see further ahead.