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Learn How to Play Instruments with Instrument Bible

There’s exciting news for the music enthusiasts out there. The Instrument Bible is a work in progress that may fuel a newfound mobile application addiction. This virtual fingering chart gives you the full experience of handling brass, woodwind, and string instruments with your phone. It also offers an exciting alternative to buying expensive sound equipment yourself.

Easy to use and understand

All you need to get a full-blown music station is to sync Instrument Bible to a Digital Audio Workstation or music notation software. Then, simply follow along as the app ‘plays’ the instrument.

It projects a fingering diagram for the user to play his melody or tune. This tune is synced instantly either to MIDI or live pitch tracking via the built-in tuner. This application is an innovation in the music and technology departments. It is the first-ever application to synchronize wind instruments to music notation software.

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Learn music faster

Learners can benefit from Instrument Bible with its accurate representation of notes, frequencies, and charts. The app allows users to record themselves playing any instrument listed within the application.

There are a hundred ways to go by teaching online with the help of such a collaborative and easily accessible software. Students may receive videos made on the app by their mentors and send their practice videos back for assessment. This makes it a potential to become the leading software for conducting online musical classes.

A wide instrumental range

Instrument Bible currently supports a wide assortment of instruments, particularly those under the brass, woodwind, and string category. Every instrument has been listed clearly in their introductory press-release videos. This includes the piccolo, flute, clarinet, oboe, English horn, bassoon, recorder, saxophone, trumpet, double horn, euphonium, trombone, guitar, bass, ukulele, banjo, mandolin, violin, viola, cello, and bass. Quite the exhaustive list for an application that still keeps on improving by the day, indeed.

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Find your music fix

Some aspiring musicians cannot afford to buy all these instruments. They may have to rent equipment to get their music fix. Many musicians out there haven’t even explored their instrument options yet. They can’t find a fitting musical instrument for their talent and skill set.

Instrument Bible doesn’t only offer an immersive experience to explore and enjoy various instruments at the ease of your time and money. Instead, it guides you to understand and perform well through built-in instrumental guides and customizable features.

A musical intervention or innovation?

While some may argue that the application will sidetrack music enthusiasts from picking up a musical tool and going through the experience of touching, feeling, and getting proficient with physically playing wind instruments, many may differ. The Instrument Bible is by no means inhibitory towards the music industry.

Musicians can never lose their attraction towards owning and playing their melody on a physical piece of musical equipment. The app gives these novices a platform to fully understand, explore, and practice various songs, melodies, and compositions at a single tap. It’s a breakthrough in the modern music industry. People welcome and recognize digital intervention for its uniqueness and excellence.

Instrument Bible has been successfully Kickstarted and is now available for pre-order through Indiegogo. It’s expected to come to Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows.

YouTube: Instrument Bible – Learn to Play Instruments the Modern Way

Photo credit: All images used are owned by Instrument Bible and have been provided for press usage.
Source: Instrument Bible press release

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Zarish Suhail
Tech Journalist at TechAcute