Just Play, Play Correct, Play Perfect option
I would like to see an option added to the settings.
Play Correct - when enabled it should restart the song or part of the song I am playing whenever I hit the wrong note, timing is not an issue.
Play Perfect - when enabled it should restart the song or part of the song I am playing whenever I hit a note at the wrong moment or just the wrong note
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Play Mode: - Just Play
- Play Correct
- Play Perfect
This will be a great help when trying to get high score or just try to play a song perfectly timed. It prevents having to go back and forth between the keyboard/mouse and guitar.
Shawn H commented
Personally, I'd be happy if there was simply a persistent "Restart" button visible on the screen so it could be easily tapped/clicked instead of double-clicking to get to it. It might be nice to slap a keyboard shortcut on it as well for us desktop users as well.
It is so easy to implement this, and it has been 4 years since there were similar requests.
1. We can conclude that they do not watch what we are writing at all
2. In their interest to try to perfect it for as long as possible, so that we have to stay on that song for as long as possible, and thus on the subscription.
For guitar it can be such a pain to hit every note perfectly especially with a fast rhythm. I suggested stars should be based on points rather than notes hit, but that’s another issue because sometimes you get plenty of points while missing plenty of notes still
Add a button to enable automatically going back to the beginning of the song if you play a note wrong. It's useful when you want to perfect a song.
To me is very frustrating the the song stops if you miss one note. Is it possible to disable this option?
Are they really not going to add this? It's so annoying! This would make this app so much better.
this would be great for piano also! particularly on songs with only 1 part and you keep missing the same part. Built-in reinforcement would be great.
Dante Depascale commented
Hello hope all is well no issue wit the app. I absolutely love it. I would like to offer an idea that I’m not sure exist but may be very helpful especially for me. I think if you guys could add in a “wait for me” setting for learning newer or even more advanced songs especially would greatly help. Like when you enter practice mode if you miss a few notes and try to get back on track it’s difficult with the sheet music moving. With a wait for me setting the sheet music would not move until it heard the note. Allowing you to play it at your own pace when in a practice mode. If this feature already exists I’ll be sure to double check again. But I feel this would be a great addition. Thanks be well!
Risky Rachmadanie commented
Risky Rachmadanie commented
In my opinion the user can already hold themselves back, or slow the tempo down, if they don't perform the song to their liking.
With the technology not being exact, not being able to continue until the app says so could be detrimental to business in my opinion.
Richard Saunders commented
My daughter would also like this
Having both options would be good.
This will only foster artificial score hunting and serves no purpose game-wise nor learning-wise. You should learn to play it perfectly.
You can press R or costruct a controller pedal form a broken keyboard to do that for you.
May I add that your muscle memory needs to learn how to move your muscles in a fluid and controlled manner. That's why it's best practiced at slow tempo. Even Liszt did that for his whole life, and he earned his position as the greatest pianist ever lived.
I would suggest that you break the song into phrases and learn them at extremely slow tempo without a backing track. The original suggestion does not provide the value you want, practice technique will. That's something Yousician should be teaching more.
You may stop the song first to get the general idea of where your hands should move, but after that, you should practice at slow speed - as slow as it takes, and even use the play for me -feature and play along first. And listen to it playing. That will give you more and faster than playing one note at time while ignoring the rhythmic and dynamic structure of a phrase you're learning.
really need wait mode in yousician piano , anybody working on it yet ?
Another app has implemented this really well so it would be possible for Yousician to do this. The Jamtutor app for the Jamstik midi guitar has this as a default feature in "practice mode." The song stops unless you play the note or chord correctly. The user controls the tempo. If you play at regular speed and hit every note it sounds perfect.
Similar to this I just posted a new suggestion for a voice controlled “restart” function. A feature where you can just say the word “restart” (or something similar) out loud when you want to start playing a song again if you make a mistake. This would be especially useful as a beginner when you don’t wanna lose the position your hands are in on the fret board to click on the restart button.
I’m trying to learn to read the score as music and play the corresponding note on the fretboard.
This feature would take care of what I'm wanting. I could set the notes to be displayed instead of the tab and could figure out where each note was, then play it and it would only progress when I got it correct. Nice way to learn to read music score and the fretboard at the same time.
I came on to this forum to post exactly this idea - but I can see it already has, and has been suggested previously as well!
I totally get where people are coming from when they say music is about timing etc. my violin teacher used to say the same. I am would LOVE to see this as an option though - it would actually help to build muscle memory when your hands have to do what the notes are showing, and over time, the timing would automatically improve.
I don't see why this shouldn't be an option that the user can turn on/off?
With regards to stopping and playback in practice mode, for each note... this will take a lot of time and you'll end up playing with the app more than the piano! The option of only being able to progress when the correct notes have been pressed, will just make things smoother if the learner is struggling.
I just did some searching and found more suggestions for this 'Step-by-step in practice mode' suggestions under 'top requests' with 180 votes... Come on yousician - competitiors are doing it :C