anyone know the best app for playing piano, : )

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  1. Paoz

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    now I use Virtuoso cause it can zoom out until have two octaves in the same time

    but it can't record any tract and also have many ads.

    anyone who know a good app, any idea, please share

    thank you :)
     
  2. athiaawad

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    Here are top 10 Piano Apps For iPad:
    50in1 Piano HD
    Pianist Pro
    Etude ~ sheet music on steroids
    Piano! for iPad
    Twelve Tone
    ezPiano for iPad: 70+ Songs with Full Accompaniment!
    PlayItYourself HD
    Electric Piano for iPad HD
    Nota for iPad
    musicalTouch
     
  3. RudyL90

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    I wouldn't recommend the iPad to play piano on. ;P
    You can record with Garageband. See picture below for the piano of Garageband:
     

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  4. Magnetic1

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    I like piano sharp. It comes with some really nice classical songs. I also like music studio lite.
    Depending on your budget, you can try out the free apps to demo the sounds.
    These two that I mentioned I thought sounded much better than many of the free apps that I tried.
    And playing piano tones on the ipad is not a substitute for playing on a real piano.
    With that said there is core midi, for those who can afford to get MIDI keyboards with weighted keys.
     
  5. Amy Rose The Hedgehog

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    Here's 3 wonderful apps for piano
     

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  6. GaryRea

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    That really depends on how you want to play it: on-screen or via MIDI, from a real keyboard (recommended). Personally, I'm getting the Alesis iO Dock, so I can use my MIDI keyboard.
     
  7. Magnetic1

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    I tried Magic Piano, and I still have it on the ipad. But it's a novelty item more than a good piano app.
    In fact there are several apps to play piano like games. But at the end of the day, you don't really improve playing music. I recommend getting lessons instead if magic piano is something you are looking at to improve seriously.
     
  8. fanckush

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    Garageband is the best
     
  9. fromadaughter

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    GarageBand is the best!
     
  10. zelenberg

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    GarageBand!!!
     

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