Piano Tutorial - OnlinePianist

Virtual Piano Keyboard

What is the Virtual Piano?

A virtual piano keyboard is perfect when there isn't a real piano or a keyboard at home or when your piano or keyboard isn't next to a computer. The online piano keyboard simulates a real piano keyboard with 7 1/4 octaves of 88 keys (only five octaves for mobile devices), a sustain pedal, ABC or DoReMe letter notes representation, a Metronome, zoom-in, and a full-screen mode.

How to use the Virtual Piano keyboard?

Use your computer mouse or keyboard to play the virtual piano keyboard (or the device touch screen for mobile devices). You can view the corresponding computer keyboard letters by activating the "Real Keys" feature. For the entire keyboard spectrum, click it twice.

If you got the hang of it and are interested in playing your favorite songs using the virtual piano keyboard, use the OnlinePianist piano lessons or mobile app (iOS app , Android app).

Real Keys (turned on by default)
Indicate the corresponding computer keys for the middle octaves & piano keys of a real piano.

Max Keys
Indicate the corresponding computer keys for the entire spectrum of a piano keyboard. (Tap once on the “Real Keys” feature to activate it.

Sustain (turned on by default)
Simulates a piano's sustain pedal. Use the sustaining feature to let the sounds freely continue until they naturally cease.
Letter Notes
Use the letter notes feature to display ABC or DoReMi letter notes on the piano keyboard keys.
The Metronome feature enables you to play at a regular tempo. Use it to improve your timing. You can adjust the Metronome based on BPM (beats per minute) or time signature.
Zoom in / out (turned on by default)
Switch between five octaves & 60 keyboard keys and a full piano keyboard display of 7 1/4 octaves & 88 keys
Full Screen
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