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Old 07-25-2009, 03:32 PM
tango tango is offline
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Wink Re: Keyboard Player Window

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Hi tango,

Are you talking about fingering?

Herbert
I'm talking about having a visual representation of the staves on a keyboard. The notes highlighted in the score should be color highlighted on a keyboard. Actual fingering - if you mean which finger should be on which key- would be up to the musician. If two staves are shown, then each staff should have its own color. ie. Treble Clef - blue, Bass Clef - green. This enhancement will facilitate players in quickly associating notes and chords with actual piano keys. I suppose the same would be useful for fretboard players - to be fair. I also play guitar. I sincerely believe, having been in Information Tech for many years that most of the code is already there since the staves are already highlighted as the piece is being played. It would be a matter of tapping into that process by adding an additional one for the display of the notes/chords on either a keyboard of fretboard window. This would certaintly be a killer feature for those visual learners LIKE ME and many others... Tango
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