When you’re ever within the temper to hearken to a number of the most beautiful and compelling mashups of classical and pop music in piano and cello type, you need to try ThePianoGuys YouTube channel. Or higher but, invite the piano participant, Jon Schmidt, to play in your house with an augmented actuality app.
As Steve Nelson, the cellist in ThePianoGuys, explains it, concert events are a no-go proper now. They usually’re not at all times probably the most applicable venue to showcase a chunk of music. Take Für Elise Jam, Jon’s tackle the classical music.
And piano participant is aware of that Für Elise is that music it’s important to play eventually whether or not or not you need to, and also you’ll must play it usually. However reasonably than enjoying it as is, Jon improvs across the melodies and with traces of music. He makes an outdated music new once more, nevertheless it works finest in a extra intimate setting than on a stage.
That’s the place AR Pianist is available in, an app for iOS and Android. AR Pianist makes use of augmented actuality to place award-winning musicians and their pianos in your house. You may make them sufficiently small to suit on a desk or bigger than your lounge.
ThePianoGuys labored with the builders behind the app to get Jon into it, and now you possibly can see and listen to his tackle Für Elise with out leaving your house. Even higher, as seen within the high picture, the app may even put a digital pianist at your piano and may also help you be taught to play songs. That’s my piano, and for those who look carefully there’s a digital set of keys over the true keys.