Earn coins or something to be able to play some songs for free
Ryan Macie commented
Some of us can't afford.
If you run out of the ten minute lesson time and you have done well, you should be rewarded extra minutes. If you get three stars on a song or riff, you should get three minutes. Understand?
Instead of charging people to use the Guitar Tuna app. You can make it like YouTube and let the user watch a short video before each tuning.
Matt Rosas commented
I also think this is a good idea. This is just a personal suggestion, I pay already but I would love to either setup a family plan or would love it if my little cousin who doesnt have access to spend a large amount of money could learn to play. As I don’t know the logistics or legality behind it, there could be limitations but I personally think you should try do a free, ad based oriented model or you can limit the amount of time played per day on the free model to also attract a larger user base.
This would be cool or the badges and points system from guitar bots
Encourage users to practice even more by unlocking songs depending on practice time. For instance, let's say I practice for a minimum of 20 minutes. Once completed, the app asks would you like to play a song. I click yes, then I am presented with a list of songs based on genres. I can only pick one. Once i'very picked the song, I'm presented with a snippet of the song to learn to play.
The next day, I only play 10 minutes, I don't unlock anymore of the song.
The next day I practice for 30, an i unlock the next snippet of the song. This process continues until I've learned the entire song.
Once I've completed the song, the next practice I'm allowed to select a new song.
another possibility is that for number of stars for each part you play will decrease the amount of play time. Ex: 2 stars could refund 10%. While 3 stars could refund 25%. something like that could work as well.
You get added (amont) time each time you do a song perfect at first try
You also could use the coin to buy subscriptions of yousician
If your going to do a warm up, why don't the warmups be scales, so while you warm up u can learn meaningful guitar notes that go together and will be used e ventually
Christopher Michael Rice commented
Give us some more feedback on our unlocked songs, or extend feedback time for these songs, this would ensure people who needed to practice or "warm up" could get the most out of this program. Then maybe once they reach a certain level take that away. Say, unlimited feedback on completed songs for players under level 5?
But only those we have successfully completed. (Maybe obtain 3 silver stars to qualify as completed?)
Nikita PereverzEv commented
unlimited playtime for perfectly completed mission