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The piano is relatively easy to learn but incredibly difficult to master. After all, its many chords, melodies, and tempos can make this complex instrument overwhelming without proper training. Fortunately, Skoove offers AI-based advice for beginners, intermediate and advanced players, and
Skoove was presented by Apple, Forbes, The Guardian and Wired for his success in teaching the piano using artificial intelligence and instructional videos. The AI recognizes the notes you play and helps you improve in real time the same way a piano teacher would instruct you. The application analyzes your weaknesses to plan exercises that will help you develop your skills.
For everything an AI can’t teach, 400 lessons and thousands of instructional videos are readily available for you to learn at your own pace. Whenever you are in the mood to practice, you have the resources to make those exercises productive.
Skoove’s AI-based teaching has earned him 4.5 out of 5 stars on the App Store with over 7,700 ratings. Reviewers often praise the app for its course development that breaks down songs into easily digestible lessons, a feature that most closely reflects the work between students and a teacher.
With this lifetime subscription, you can train and learn whenever you want. So whether you want to play your way through as many AI-built lessons as possible or whether Skoove’s video content takes into account the key concepts that make you stand out, you’ll have unlimited access to do so.
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