Those looking to learn the piano have a new option in the form of Keys, a smart keyboard you can connect to your phone to pick up new songs or to your computer to make your own.
Keys offers 24 keys in an aluminum body about the size of a 13-inch laptop. Connecting the keyboard to your iPhone lets you use the Keys app, which teaches you to play with an interface resembling Guitar Hero or Rock Band.
Colored dots scroll down and hit keys at the bottom of the screen, as LEDs embedded in the keys light up in the same color so you can quickly pick up the patterns for new songs. When you become more confident, you can move from the simplified interface to one resembling the layout of sheet music. It’s a similar mechanic to the gTar, which Opho launched at Disrupt 2012 as…
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