Teaching Tip with a Disklavier

Teaching Tip with a Disklavier

Teaching Tip with a Disklavier

At the 2019 Pennsylvania Music Educators Association Conference in Pittsburgh last week, one teacher asked how the Disklavier can be useful as a teaching tool. In this video, I demonstrate how a Disklavier can be used with My Music Recorder app for iOS to learn how to play chamber music – specifically, how to use visual cues to play together with other musicians. My Music Recorder features the unique ability to record video that is perfectly synchronized with the Disklavier’s recording and playback capabilities. This is perfect for practicing 4-hand duets all by yourself!

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