The Best Way To Learn Piano Online

What is Musiah?

The world's first and only A.I. piano learning app
with the depth of instruction of a world class teacher
– that responds to your playing just like a live teacher.

Musiah can out-teach any other app or teacher... Why?

Why Musiah is Better
  • Musiah’s natural teaching self-adjusts to suit each student
  • Lessons are highly tailored down to every micro-detail
  • Instant, accurate feedback on notes, timing and duration
  • Musiah is like having a teacher next to you guiding you on every step
  • So you’ll learn piano up to 16 times faster and have more FUN
How long does it take
to learn piano?

Musiah is utterly unique – it delivers 6 years of traditional piano instruction in a way that can be learned much faster, often in weeks or months – not years.

What You Will Learn

A Complete Music Education

When learning piano with Musiah, you'll learn how to play piano properly with both hands, how to read sheet music... rhythm, scales, chords, ear training, music theory and more. Musiah will even teach performance skills.

Equipment Needed

All you need is a MIDI Keyboard,
a cable or Bluetooth connection and an iPad or computer.

Great Value Plans

Incredibly affordable!

Up to 6 family members can learn at no extra charge.
Kickstart your learning with one of our great value plans.

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  • What is Musiah?
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Learn Piano Online with our A.I. Teacher

  • Completely FREE for 14 Days
  • Works with any MIDI keyboard
  • Like learning with a live teacher
  • Completely FREE for 14 Days
  • Works with any MIDI keyboard
  • Like learning with a live teacher

Over 80,000 students have learned piano through the Musiah Method



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Meet the Inventor

piano lessons online with Musiah invented by Brendan Hogan

In a career spanning nearly four decades, Brendan Hogan, L.Mus.A., A.Mus.A has trained more than 800 piano teachers, founded the largest in-school keyboard music program in Australia and developed the revolutionary Musiah method for learning how to play piano.

In Brendan’s own words, “The only way to really learn piano online is with a premium product that offers you authentic learning – i.e. learning that is as close as possible to a live teacher."

Musiah is a software embodiment of Brendan and is the world’s first and only A.I. piano teacher. "It's just like having me as your personal piano teacher available 24/7 to guide you every step of the way.”

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Our Mission – To Help You Learn To Play Piano

What Our Name Means
'Musiah' – our name, comes from what we do… MUSic Instruction At Home = M - U - S - I - A - H.

What we are about, what we stand for, is world-class music instruction in piano (the foundation of all musical instruments) in your own home when it suits you.

Just like a live piano teacher, but with a different delivery mechanism – Musiah is the ultimate Music Instruction At Home!

Why We Exist
At our core, we exist to bring the life-long gift of music to adults and kids all over the world – but more than this, the Musiah method is a deeply considered holistic approach to learning and self-development that empowers students to realize their true potential and to discover they can learn and master anything in life.

What We Believe
We believe that great teaching is less about teaching and more about offering guidance or pointers as needed. The aim is to empower students towards self learning and how this can be done more effectively. So ultimately, we believe that great teaching is about empowering you to teach yourself piano.

We believe only meaningful praise should be given. Praise given when it is not deserved is meaningless.

We believe students should be required to complete each piece to a reasonable standard before being allowed to advanced to the next piece. (This is very non standard in the world of online or software-based piano learning). In this way, students gain real skills and their progress is real.

How This Benefits You
Once you learn to play piano, it's a life-long gift that will always be with you and it can never be taken from you.

No other piano method has been so extensively tested in the real world and continually analyzed, re-worked and improved upon to bring you the unique approach to learning piano up to 16 times faster that only Musiah can offer.

And all this for a fraction of the cost of traditional piano lessons.



Special Offer: Learn Piano Free For 14 Days

We understand that by enrolling to learn piano online, you are placing your trust in us, and we sincerely want you to feel safe, supported and comfortable doing so.

This is why we offer you unlimited full access to Musiah – completely free for 14 days... so you can experience the very best way to learn piano at your own pace, in your own home.

We thank you for allowing us to take you on this very special life-changing journey – and warmly invite you to take the first step on your journey now with our 14 Day Free Trial.

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What People Are Saying About Learning Piano With Musiah...

“Thank you, thank you! Your software is incredible! I am a 50 year old that always dreamed of playing the keyboard, but knew it was probably far too complex. Remarkable! I am actually reading music, playing the keyboard and having a blast! Well, done Sir! It is nice having a patient piano teacher willing to help me 24 hours a day. ;-) Thanks again! In your debt always.”

— Jonathan West

“I am thoroughly enjoying the process and I would never have thought I could learn so much in such a short time. The programme is really superb. I think I am clocking several hours a night but it certainly doesn't feel it. I'm very grateful for your support, it's second to none. My only concern at this time is for all the traditional teachers across the globe! Many thanks”

—James Murch

“Hi Brendan,

Thank you, I'm in and working with this program. It's amazing. For me and my development as a songwriter, it's as significant, exciting and life changing as when Apple released Logic.

All the best,”

— Jacquie Godsman

“I'd like to thank you for such a wonderful program which allows me to learn piano staying at home and playing whenever I have free time. I truly love the way it's organized. Before signing up to Musiah notes were sort of Chinese characters to me, but not any more! Great job here and it's definitely worth its price!”

— Nikita Azarov

Learning Piano Online: A Complete Guide for 2019

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What is the Musiah Method for learning piano?

This video and article compares the Musiah method for learning piano to other piano methods and shows why Musiah is by far the best method for learning to play piano online or offline.

Lecture on learning piano with the Musiah Method being given by Brendan Hogan Musiah Inventor

View video of a lecture on the Musiah method for learning piano

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Can you learn piano online without a teacher?

Yes, while there is no doubt that having a good traditional piano teacher can be helpful, the fact is you can teach yourself piano / keyboard very effectively with Musiah.

In all honesty, the only people who will tell you you need a piano teacher are usually piano teachers themselves because they have a vested interest in advising you accordingly. But it’s just not true.

There are of course many piano learning apps and sites online that do not teach effectively, but with Musiah, you will learn properly and you’ll learn up to 16 times faster than with a traditional teacher.

So, just to be clear, Musiah is a standalone piano learning app and students using the program will receive all the benefits of learning piano the traditional way without needing the assistance of a private piano teacher.

The A.I. (Artificially Intelligent) component of Musiah means you receive quality instruction and responsive experienced assistance as if Mr Hogan (Musiah Inventor) were teaching you personally.

However, while it is not at all necessary, if your personal preference is to learn piano from a live teacher in addition to Musiah, that is also a perfectly viable option.

For some students, having a live teacher they see every week (or even every few weeks) may help to keep them accountable as they will be expected to achieve a certain amount of progress before their next session with their live teacher.

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Why learn with Musiah as opposed to a piano teacher?

As your A.I. piano teacher, Musiah is with you 24/7. Imagine how much more effective your practice time would be if your teacher could sit next to you at every single moment... Well, with Musiah, that’s what you get.

In the words of music maestro John Foreman (Musical Director of Australian Idol 2003-2008 and Musical Director of Young talent Time): "Musiah is absolutely the best value, the most convenient and the most fun way to learn piano".

Available 24/7, Musiah will be with you every step of the way as you learn a diverse range of pieces from classical to folk music, jazz and contemporary dance styles seamlessly presented in a never-before-seen environment so the tuition looks and feels like fun, but you're really learning, progressing and achieving at the best possible pace for you.

One of the big challenges with learning piano from a traditional teacher is that you usually only see your teacher for half an hour, once a week. Then, you are left to your own devices, completely unsupported until the next week.

This often leads to material being learned incorrectly which means, when you go back to your live teacher, instead of progressing and learning new material, much of the time has to be spent re-learning things and correcting the way they have been practiced.

By contrast, Musiah is with at every moment of your journey so your practice time will be way more effective. And this is a large part of why Musiah students learn piano up to 16 times faster than students learning the same material with a live teacher – and they have a lot more fun while learning.

Plus, learning piano with Musiah will save you a fortune compared to the cost of learning with a traditional teacher.

You can learn how to play piano any time of day or night that suits you – and you don’t have to travel to see a teacher. You just sit down at your keyboard and learn!

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Which is the best piano learning app?

It depends on your particular goals. For example, Musiah's strength is its ability to teach you real playing and music reading skills but other apps may offer larger libraries of songs with less emphasis on instruction. This article explains the main differences between Musiah and other well known piano apps. 

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What are the unique benefits of learning to play piano with Musiah?

Musiah takes you from piano beginner to advanced player in the shortest time possible, empowering you by giving you real skills – so you’ll quickly gain the ability to teach yourself any song you choose.

It’s an epic course delivering 6 years of traditional piano learning in a fraction of that time.

“Musiah is so incredibly effective that students learn how to play piano up to 16 times faster compared to when we used to teach the same syllabus in schools with live teachers,” says piano teaching expert and Musiah inventor, Brendan Hogan L.Mus.A, A.Mus.A. – a veteran with 38 years piano teaching experience who has himself trained over 800 piano teachers.

The Musiah method for learning piano and its syllabus were continually tested and refined over an 18 year period BEFORE being embodied as a software invention.

No other piano method has been so extensively tested in the real world and continually analyzed, re-worked and improved upon to bring you the unique approach to learning piano that only Musiah can offer.

Musiah is not just piano teaching. It’s a deeply considered holistic approach to learning and self-development that empowers you realize your true learning potential.

If you have a dream to learn how to play piano, this is the most effective, affordable and practical way to learn.

Learn more about our online piano lessons for beginners.

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How much do I need to practice piano?

First of all, the amount of practice required is a little different for adults and children.

For example, a parent recently asked in relation to her 7 year old daughter…

“I want to ask your opinion if a practice of 30 minutes 3 times a week would be fine to keep progressing?”

As a general guide, the same amount of time spread over 5 days (e.g. around 10 to 15 minutes per day) would be our ideal suggestion, especially for children.

That said, it really boils down to what works best for your child, and if 3 x slightly longer sessions works better for your family, that's perfectly fine.

For young students, around 90 minutes or so per week is a good level to aim for and hopefully will be sustainable.

The same parent went on to ask in relation to herself…

“For an adult (I am 44) how much practice do you think I might need per week/day to get good progress?”

This is a good question. Of course, the more the merrier, but there are many different considerations that go into the optimal practice routine for each adult student.

In some ways, practice is like pruning hedges – “little and often” is the key.

This approach (a small amount several days a week) is definitely preferable to one or two longer sessions per week, especially in the early stages. But ultimately, the best arrangement will depend on your individual circumstances and what works best for you.

For beginner adults, if you can possibly manage 20-30 minutes a day 5 days a week, that will see you progress nicely. Then, as you become more advanced (e.g. Level 10 of the Musiah course onwards), if you can manage it, it would be great to increase this gradually to about 1 hour per day, 5 days a week.

This way, you will progress very well indeed, but even if this amount of practice is not possible, that's OK. Just do what you can, and you will still get there. It may just take a little longer, which is perfectly fine. After all, learning piano is not a race.

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How does Musiah encourage me to practice?

While Musiah is a serious piano learning tool, the interactive game-like nature of the program makes learning to play piano and read sheet music more fun than ever.

Additionally, there are multiple layers of incentives to encourage students to practice and continue to progress through the course.

For example, students must learn each song to a high standard to collect stars that are required to unlock the piano performance challenges at the end of each level.

Plus, in 'Story Mode' (an optional setting), by completing the piano performance challenges, students acquire pieces of a clavitrisk (a special key) that will ultimately unlock 'The Lost Song' and save the galaxy.

Students are also promoted to a higher rank at the end of each level, the ultimate rank being that of Musiah which students are promoted to upon completion of the course. 

Plus – if you're looking for the ultimate encouragement to practice, discover how you can learn to play piano free.

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How long will it take to learn the piano?

Musiah is utterly unique in that it delivers 6 years of traditional piano instruction in a way that can be learned much faster.

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What styles of music will I learn to play with Musiah?

With Musiah you will learn to play hundreds of songs in wide variety of musical styles such as classical, jazz, folk, blues, dance, pop, rock, Christmas songs, plus scales, arpeggios, chords and technical exercises.

There are many well-known (non copyright) songs by famous composers as well as many original pieces throughout the course.

You can preview the full list of songs in the Musiah app from the Main Menu or in the Practice Area.

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What level of playing skills will I achieve with Musiah?

In summary: By the time a student finishes the course, they will reach approximately a Grade 5-6 standard of playing.

In detail: Often, when people ask this question, what they are really trying to assess is where learning piano with Musiah will take them. So they often ask the same question in a variety of guises. The wording is different, but fundamentally, the question is the same…

  • What will I be able to play after 1 year of learning?
  • What will I be able to play when I have completed the course?
  • Will I be able to play the piano by ear?
  • What happens after I have finished the course?
  • Will there be more levels added?
  • How do I continue my piano learning journey beyond Musiah?
  • Will I need to learn from a private teacher?
  • Will I be able to improvise?
  • Will I be able to accompany the church choir?

What will I be able to play when I have completed the course?

Whether you will be able to play a specific piece you wish to learn will depend on a number of variables.

Firstly, it’s important to understand that there are many different aspects to what makes a piece 'difficult'.

For example, exam syllabi, in our opinion, tend to focus excessively on the length of pieces rather than the content (longer pieces do take more time and prac­­­tice to master, but if the challenge is largely the same throughout the whole piece, there is limited benefit in this), and they also tend to have excessively long lists of scales and technical exercises (one can definitely have too much of a good thing).

By contrast, the Musiah syllabus emphasizes short pieces that get right to the point, and challenge the student mostly in terms of their technique and coordination. This helps Musiah students to develop advanced playing skills that normally take years to develop in a much shorter period of time than would be possible in other piano learning scenarios.

When you reach the end of the Musiah course, you will have reading and playing skills equivalent to around Grade 5-6 and this will enable you to learn and, with practice, play more or less any piece within reason.

If you are not sure what is meant by the term “Grade 5-6 standard”, or if you are unfamiliar with how high up the musical hierarchy a grade 5-6 skill level is, you may find this article helpful:

Are Piano / Keyboard Exams Necessary?

Among other things, it outlines the sequence of piano grades commonly offered by examining bodies in most Western countries.

Of course, if you happen to choose a relatively easy piece, this will of course take less time to learn, practice and master than a very advanced piece that may take many weeks or even months to master.

This same dynamic holds true even for piano teachers and professional musicians.

Fundamentally, the important thing to understand is that the primary goal of the Musiah course is to give you a range of skills that will empower you to continue to go forth on your own, creating your own musical journey and destiny.

What will I be able to play after 1 year (or “X period”) of learning piano with Musiah?

Again, there are too many variables to answer this precisely. Factors that can influence your rate of progress include

  • how much and / or how often you practice
  • the consistency / regularity with which you practice
  • your mental state when practicing (e.g. are you relaxed / focused OR stressed / easily distracted)
  • your natural ability including such areas as musical ability, general intelligence / IQ, coordination

... and so on.

What happens after I finish the course / How will I continue my musical journey / Will I need to learn from a private teacher?

The most logical way for you to continue learning piano after Musiah will depend on a number of variables such as your individual goals and aims, what you want to achieve musically, what particular style(s) you want to play in, whether there are any particular skills you want to specialize in, your individual character, and so on.

One of the main skills Musiah will give you is the ability to teach yourself any song (within reason) you want to learn. You will know how to read the sheet music and will be able to tell whether you are playing it correctly, and you will be accustomed to learning and practicing efficiently, so simply building up a repertoire of pieces you can learn by yourself without the assistance of a teacher or web site is definitely an option.

In terms of considering whether to continue your learning with a live teacher, this is also an option that will suit some students. But an alternative spin on this is... with the skills you will have, you could potentially learn a range of pieces on your own, and then once you have done the basic learning, if you feel you would like some help / guidance from a live teacher to finish the songs to a really high standard, you could consult with a live teacher as needed / on an occasional basis (rather than every week) just to make sure you are on the right track, seek any tips they may have, etc.

Will I always have to rely on the sheet music?

As with most of these questions, it depends on a number of factors.

Once you have passed the beginner stage and become a little more advanced, as you learn pieces (e.g. from the sheet music), it is good to try develop the skill / habit of memorizing your pieces so that you can play them without the need for sheet music.

Although most concert pianists, for example, learn their pieces by reading the sheet music, they nearly always perform those pieces without sheet music. In part, this is because, quite often, when playing very advanced pieces, you simply don't have time to look at the sheet music. The ability to play from memory without having to refer to the sheet music also means you can devote all your attention to playing expressively.

So learning pieces from the sheet music in no way ties you to having the play pieces from the sheet music.

Will I be able to play the piano by ear?

In terms of whether you will be able to learn songs by ear and subsequently play them by ear without ever having referred to the sheet music, it's important to understand that this is a separate skill which you can work on and develop over time if that is what you wish to do.

No doubt, if you choose to work on this, you will naturally improve at it over time.

Does learning to play piano by initially studying the sheet music of various pieces in any way inhibit your ability to also learn to play by ear? Absolutely not.

If anything, it will help you to play by ear as you will understand more about the structure of music.

Also, if developing your ability to play by ear is of interest to you, there are some really beneficial Ear Training Games in the Musiah app in the “Games” Area to help get you started.

Will I be able to improvise?

Like playing by ear, improvisation is a separate skill which you can work on and develop over time if that is what you wish to do.

Like ear training, if improvisation is something you choose to work on, you will naturally improve at it over time.

While the Musiah course does not provide specific instruction on improvisation, what you will find is that learning music theory – including how to read sheet music and also learning to play scales and a range of pieces in different styles – will help improve your understanding of the structure of music, which is a necessary prerequisite for improvisation.

So one might reasonably regard improvisation as a skill that is best nurtured after one has mastered the basics — which are comprehensively covered in the Musiah course.

Will I be able to accompany the church choir / my wife who is a singer?

Yes. Not only will the music reading and playing skills you will acquire from Musiah help you develop the skills needed to accompany others, one of the great aspects of Musiah is that many of the pieces are ensemble pieces in which you get to play along with a backing track that includes the other parts.

Being able to play your part in a song while others are playing (or singing) a different part is invaluable and is very much a part of the Musiah learning experience.

Will there be more levels added?

In terms of whether we will add more levels and songs to the program, time will tell.

We would probably like to give Musiah some more time to become really established in the market place and get a sense of the demand for further pieces, etc. before considering whether to extend the syllabus.

What sites or programs will take me to a higher level?

To be honest, beyond Musiah, we do not recommend looking on the internet. Instead we recommend trying to find the right balance between self-teaching and / or a live teacher to suit you and your individual circumstances and goals.

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What ages is Musiah for... can adults learn with Musiah?

Musiah is for adults (around 70% of our students are adults) and also kids from age 7. It is mainly for piano beginners or relative beginners.

That said, it may also suit some advanced students, particularly those returning to learning piano after a long break who are seeking to refresh their skills.

So, most definitely, yes, adults can learn piano to play piano with Musiah. And kids can learn too.

Interestingly, there is a common misperception that kids supposedly learn piano quicker or more easily than adults but this is just a myth that unfortunately often discourages adults from taking up learn to play piano.

In fact, as an adult, you have several key advantages over kids when it comes to learning piano.

Helpful Links
Learning piano as an adult
Piano classes for adults
Piano classes for kids

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Why is it important to learn music theory?

Learning music theory helps you to read the notes and chords on the sheet music and to understand the music which in turn helps you gain the skills to be able to learn to play all your favorite songs.

Understanding music theory is also a great foundation for helping you develop skills in other areas of music such as improvising, playing by ear, composing, arranging, and even singing.

Musiah also teaches all the required theory in a gradual and natural way as you progress through the course.

However, there’s nothing worse than long, boring explanations.

So, as you learn to play piano with Musiah, through smart teaching techniques, all essential music theory is slipped into the learning process surreptitiously (I promise you’ll barely notice it — but it is there). So you’ll be learning theory while still being engaged in learning songs and playing piano.

As Matt C, a Musiah student from Bulleen VIC, Australia writes in his Musiah review…

"As a former professional musician myself, one of the things I appreciate the most about Musiah, is its very heavy focus on quality Music Theory, which is so essential and presents in such a way that children are generally only vaguely aware that they are learning theory - it's all just fun for them.

Keyboard instruction, skill development and music theory in a fun format - who would have thought that was possible? Clearly, Brendan Hogan; well done!"

Read Matt's full review

Plus, in the Musiah Games Area, there are special sections of games dedicated to

  • note reading (correctly identifying notes within a time limit) and
  • sight reading (correctly playing as many notes as you can within a time limit)!

Note reading / sight reading are among the most fundamental aspects of music theory. So these games are great way to work on building your skills in these areas.

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Will I need to buy any piano books to learn with Musiah?

No. All pieces in the Musiah course are included when you become a subscriber, so there are significant savings.

Compared to the costs of piano sheet music normally associated with learning piano the traditional way – not to mention benefits to the environment that come from not needing printed piano sheet music, you'll save heaps with Musiah.

That said, if you wish to print the sheet music, you can do so by simply taking a screenshot of it and saving it as a jpg which you will then be able to print.

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Can I learn to play piano on a keyboard?

When Musiah inventor Brendan Hogan L.Mus.A, A.Mus.A. began learning piano at age 7, he started out learning on a keyboard. As this video shows clearly, this did not do him any harm.

Rustle of Spring played by Brendan Hogan

View video of Musiah inventor playing piano

So, just to confirm – yes, you most certainly can learn to play piano on a keyboard – and it will not in any way impair your ability to play piano later on.

And just to be really clear… Musiah teaches piano but you learn on a MIDI keyboard for obvious practical reasons – such as the ability to connect a MIDI keyboard to a computer or iPad.

Learn more about Equipment Needed.

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What kind of keyboard do I need?

In summary, any MIDI keyboard with at least 49 keys will be suitable for learning piano with Musiah.

What is a MIDI keyboard?

In practical terms, a MIDI keyboard is one that is capable of being connected to a computer or iPad.

To find suitable examples, simply google “buy midi keyboard 49 keys USA” or similar (e.g. if you live outside the United States, replace “USA” with your country-name).

To learn more about different kinds of MIDI keyboards, view MIDI Keyboard Requirements.

OR – Take a look at how you can learn keyboard online.

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Can I use Musiah with an acoustic piano?

Unfortunately, no. You need a MIDI keyboard (a keyboard that is capable of being connected to a computer / iPad). Why?

Because the most reliable way — by far — to have your playing assessed by any piano learning app is to connect a MIDI keyboard to your computer or iPad either wirelessly (using Bluetooth) or using a cable of some sort.

There are some apps that use an iPad's microphone to 'listen' acoustically for the notes as you play, however, there are many disadvantages to this approach which is essentially not reliable, and the challenges faced with this approach will continue to be tricky to overcome even as technology advances.

For example, if the volume of the piano / keyboard notes is not sufficient, or there is background noise, microphone-based apps will struggle, they’ll miss some notes, not respond instantly, fail to assess your timing properly, etc.

Plus, these apps won’t assess duration (the length of the notes) at all.

They also struggle in particular with polyphony (several notes at once). E.g. if you play a chord, assuming the app hears the notes to start with, it will often not interpret what it hears correctly via the microphone.

So even if apps that listen via the microphone appear to be effective for learning very basic beginner songs, as the music becomes even slightly more complex, the effectiveness drops dramatically.

And these issues compound further if you’re using an acoustic piano that is out of tune, or if you're using the sustain pedal on an acoustic piano.

For these reasons, and because we are passionate about ensuring each of our students receives the optimal learning experience, the Musiah app assesses student’s playing using MIDI data which the app receives via a cable or Bluetooth connection.

This way, your notes, timing and duration will always be assessed accurately.

Learn more about connecting MIDI keyboard to a computer or iPad on our How To Videos page.

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Can I learn piano on a computer keyboard?

The ideal way to begin learning piano with Musiah is to learn on a MIDI keyboard. But if you don't have one, don't worry – It's fine to start out using the free online piano keyboard or the free computer keyboard piano included in the Musiah app.