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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    Please file this as feedback directly to the company as well.

    There used to be warmups and such for singers on guided lessons, but they were an unpopular feature and got removed. After all they need to give the market what it wants or they have no business. They may still there (on some videos maybe?), just not mandated or actively encouraged. Dunno.

    I think there's a lot of room for growth all across Ys' spectrum. They'd need to tailor the ue differently for serious learners and people looking for fun while learning on the side. That would need a lot of effort, I hope they'll be able to pull it off some day. They could at least have an option for those warm ups.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    You can find it out yourself by playing it.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    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.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    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.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    Here's another one of this where I put it in more blatant words what I think of the idea: https://yousician.uservoice.com/forums/296820-feature-requests/suggestions/35863915-at-your-own-pace

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    Music happens in time. The accuracy of playing a certain note means anything only when it happens in the context of the time of the song. This is not practicing accuracy, to be precise.

    You can do this by stopping the playback in practice mode and playing the notes one by one. I do this all the time.

    I don't oppose, but I don't see myself using this a lot. But you never know, maybe I would. I would couple it with a metronome click so that I could have a goal speed that I could try to match.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    Even better - learn to play it perfectly before entering into performance mode. No need to restart!

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    I loved it to the bits and didn't find it too difficult. I'm sorry to hear that you did. Maybe it could help to get some peer support and tips for playing it in the Facebook group, their Discord server or Reddit. Reddit is growing, but still FB group has to be the most active, and the Discord server the next.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    This feature went for a trial a while back but it never made it to the app permanently as far as I can recall.

    I know a great workaround - don't look at the notes while playing. That's what people who use physical sheet music do.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    It's NOT must have. When you're playing for practice you must NOT rely on metronome all the time. You MUST develop inner sense of rhythm. Then when you go to play a pro show you can use that metronome for SUPPORT and you don't have to RELY on it.

    Besides you don't ALWAYS have an in-ear metronome when you're playing a "pro show". When you're starting out you MUST play at small clubs and cafés and bars that most likely CAN'T offer that so you either have your own or play WITHOUT. And if you can play INDEPENDENTLY form your metronome you can play WHENEVER AND WHEREVER you want, and even if your metronome FAILS.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    You know, they actually offer now more for the money than they used to. You have the all instruments P+ plan for the same price you used to pay for all instruments without the P+ songs. You get all the songs for any instrument with P+, so there's nothing more to gain with one instrument with all the songs. What you're saying is that you want to pay less. We all do. How much do you think you could save a year? A tenner? TBH their model is based on their data, you can't know what the price would be for the kind you're asking for. If you would get one for 14,99/mo for a year, would you be happy? I guess no, because this is about you being cheap, not about the value you get or usefulness of the app. Just say it aloud, you don't need that subscription model, you just want the P+ songs for less money. Just start a thread with the title "I want to pay less for my subscription", at least it's a honest one.

    And, we have no idea about how the production costs of the popular songs can be separated between the instruments, but considering they need a band to play the songs and use those recordings for all instruments there's not much to separate. Their licensing fees most likely aren't separated for different instruments either.

    If you think P+ songs are worth 5/month, just get them.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    @Henrique, you gotta link to that idea so that people can vote for it.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    @Henrique, there's games only for guitar on Guitar Tuna.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    I¨ll tell you as a person who has played violin - you can really hurt yourself if you don't learn the right posture, I'm not saying it's not possible, I'm saying people could get serious pain by using the app, getting into it and just playing until they notice that their neck is stiff as a log. They should really make it very very clear how to hold it, how to check if you're holding it correctly, and how to take care you're not going to hurt yourself while learning. Now that voice is there they do have the recognition technology, but they can't give you lessons on the posture. That is a problem.

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    Unanonymous commented  · 

    There's a speed bar on practice mode that you can use to adjust the speed.

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