TLDR: Skoove Premium Piano Lessons use artificial intelligence and a good old-fashioned focus on basics to teach any student how to play the piano fast.
It’s very roughly estimated that about 25 percent of the population can play the piano. While that accounts for a whole lot of kids who had to sit for mandatory weekly lessons during their youth over the years, the number of real piano players from that group is probably a whole lot smaller.
This might surprise you…but learning to play the piano is not easy. Sure, anyone can hunt and peck their way through Chopsticks or Twinkle Twinkle Little Star relatively quickly. But while the piano is an easy instrument to play, it’s a polyphonic instrument, meaning players need to play up to a handful of different notes all at once, which exponentially increases the complexity, making mastery extremely difficult.
But it’s certainly not impossible. Success on the keys starts with the right instruction — and the process pioneered by Skoove Premium Piano Lessons ($112.49, 65 percent off, from TNW Deals) is a learning system that’s helped over 1 million players build the basics first to help pave the way for those more difficult days ahead.
The reviews for Skoove have been stellar as well, with outlets like Forbes, The Guardian, and middermusic.com calling the system “one of the best online methods of learning to play the piano, especially for beginners.”
With Skoove, learners start at the absolute beginning, understanding basics like simple finger posture or one-hand playing that many other tutorials gloss over. But those simple skills become the foundations for piano-playing success, as the app proceeds to guide learners through introductory notes, chords, and techniques with over 400 lessons and thousands of instructional videos.
Skoove wins over students by letting them play the kind of music they want to play, ranging from hits from artists like John Legend, The Beatles, Coldplay, Adele, and more; classical pieces from the likes of Bach, Beethoven, Debussy, and Mozart; or even improvisational pieces as players learn to compose their own melodies.
Skoove’s true ace-in-the-hole is its built-in artificial intelligence, which actually listens to what a student plays, then adapts its teachings to their strengths and weaknesses for personalized feedback that helps students play better faster. It’s almost like having a real music teacher spotting the places you need work and tailoring their lessons to your needs.
Skoove works with any piano or keyboard and is accessible via all devices, including PCs, Macs, tablets and smartphones.
As part of TNW Deals’ Memorial Day Sale, a lifetime of access to the full catalog of Skoove Premium Piano Lessons and all their teaching tools is available right now at almost 65 percent off its regular price, down to just $112.49. This price is only in effect for one week, so get your order in now.
Prices are subject to change.