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    In the printed TAB version, the note values should use actual notes, so this will also teach students to read musical notation.

    I find it very difficult to read rapid passages in the Yousician scrolling format. It makes me dizzy and my eyes blur. I can read music much more quickly and accurately when my eyes move and the page stays still. The scrolling format is wonderful for learning at a slow tempo. But when you play really fast passages you can't beat being able to glance at a printed page where the notes stay put.

    I agree with what everyone else said about needing the whole printed page to understand the flow and composition of a song. Scrolling colored bars look like a video game. That's great as far as it goes. But we also need students to be able to understand music. Yousician has potential to be so much more than a toy if they can add some useful music learning features to it.

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