PianoChordsLite is a simple to use software designed to help you learn how to play the piano, electric piano, organ or a related keyboard instrument, without effort. The application can help you study the piano chords, their representation on the stave and on the fingerboard. Moreover, the software can play genuine piano sounds for each chord.
Listen to piano sounds and learn chords
With PianoChordsLite, learning how to play the piano is easy and does not require previous experience or a teacher. The software displays the piano chords on individual buttons, that you can click in order to hear the sound made by the piano key or add it to favorites.
The software displays a single chord in multiple graphic representation methods, including written on a stave, pin-pointed on a keyboard sketch or as a picture. The image depicts the correct position of the hand on the keys. Each chord can be rendered on the musical instrument, regardless if you are left or right handed.
Simple songbook and composing area
PianoChordsLite features a favorite chord collection area, where you may add and save a sequence of chords. You may easily compose an original song or load pre-existing scores and let the software play them. Simply select a chord from the collection at the top, then click the “plus” button to add it to the favorites display.
The score created this way can be saved as a project, to your computer, then loaded later, for further practice. You may easily learn how to read a score, regardless if it is written on a stave or as a sequence of letters. Moreover, by associating the chord with the finger position on the keyboard, rendering a written score can come very easy to you.
Digital piano teacher
Whether you wish to learn how to play the piano, the digital piano, the electronic organ or other keyboard based musical instrument, PianoChordsLite can help you establish a theoretical base. Not only can you study the name and representation of the chords, but you can listen to their correct rendering, as well as learn how to read a score from the stave. Moreover, you may view the correct hand position on the keys.