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While this application isn't guaranteed to create the next Mozart, it will make noise sound better if your kid likes to bang on the keyboard. Keyboard Music translates the sounds of various instruments, such as a piano, a guitar, or even steel drums, to your PC keyboard so you can "play" notes on each instrument. The main program screen display includes a map of a keyboard, with numbers that designate the location of each note (for example, the number 1 often equals the note "C.") Press a key and the sound will play. Click on the instrument image at the top of the page to try different sounds. While the sounds aren't the most realistic (most of the instruments resemble electronic horns), the program runs seamlessly and is very easy to use. The trial limitations are too short, in our opinion. Overall, this is a novelty program that while entertaining, won't offer much concrete information about playing "real" instruments.
 
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Full Specifications

General

Publisher Xu Yi
Publisher web site http://www.kbdmusic.com
Release Date April 12, 2006
Date Added April 12, 2006
Version 2.4

Category

Category Entertainment Software
Subcategory Music Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Additional Requirements Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP

Download Information

File Size 718.17KB
File Name music.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 180,418
Downloads Last Week 12

Pricing

License Model Free to try
Limitations 12-use trial
Price $15
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