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    supervari commented  · 

    Totally agree. Many people, included me, have been interested in yousician because there is no other practical alternative for sight Reading practice while having fun. Besides, comparsions are allways ugly but without this feature the voice learning reminds me other signing software/games that have been around for a long time. Seems Smart to keep yousician diferentiation as music learning game and not just the lesser. Thanks

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    supervari commented  · 

    +1 for timing codes (i.e. greeen for perfect, yellow for a bit early, orange for early, ligth blue for a bit late, dark blue for late)
    Thank you

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    supervari commented  · 

    Would be so fun the option to play toguether online with other people, in the same way that works in videogames. Choose who to play with (your virtual band) or randomly be select who to play with. For sure that promises a real community of players :)

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    supervari commented  · 

    Standart notation and quality asserted songs with progressive complexity are the two main characteristics that make yousician outstand any other "play a real instrument" software (and I have used most of them) What i find, is that notation mode, is a great tool to learn read notes highs but not the notes duration, rhythm and silences. The scrooling notation makes me somehow lazy on trying to read rhythm and focus only on note values. I would be great to have an option to read an steady notation lines in a similar way you would read them if were printed (but being monitorized by the yousician timing, performance feedback and score system) or at least implement some excercises focused in improving how to read rhythm in standart notation. Thanks :)
    Please note that I am a bass user and I haven´t dig into yousician version for other instruments therefore don´t know if those features exist allready for other instruments)

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    supervari commented  · 

    Sorry but don´t agree. You got several cheaper alternatives (songs2see, rocksmith, bandfuse, GP6, etc.) depending what instrument want to play, but are miles far away from what this program offers, the quality of recordings, lessons and interface has no match from my point of view, and just hope they make profit so users benefit from further developments. Do you perhaps remember bandfuse? It was a great rocksmith alternative based in tablatures for guitar and bass. Unfortunatelly development ceased soon after release, and users couldnt benefit from new songs and support they would like to. My point is, I´m happy to pay the price as long as they keep improving and expanding the program.

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