Play one of the 50 songs included in Chordana Play, or add MIDI files. Chordana Play generates a music score from the MIDI file and detects chords, too, making it easy to learn to play two-handed piano.
Practice anytime and anywhere on your smartphone.
Or, use an audio cable to connect a compatible keyboard to your smartphone or tablet, and practice using light-up keys and step-up lessons.
Chordana Play displays the music score and piano roll notation for built-in songs and MIDI files. With MIDI files, you can select which tracks to play with your left and right hands, or you can assign the melody to the right hand and chords generated by the app to your left hand. Slow the tempo, transpose the score into a key that is easier to play, and with the AB repeat function, take lessons (practice) at your own pace.
You can take three-step lessons using the virtual on-screen keyboard. Select from 128 kinds of tone quality. Plus, a scoring system lets you keep track of your improving skills.
Play one of the 50 songs included in Chordana Play, or add MIDI files. Chordana Play can generate a music score from the MIDI file and detect chords, too, making it easy to learn to play two-handed piano.
You can search for MIDI files using the browser on your smartphone or tablet (smart device), then import them into Chordana Play. Plus you can import MIDI files from a personal computer to Chordana Play via iTunes.
Using the virtual keyboard displayed on your smart device, you can take a three-step lesson while following the music score and piano roll. The scoring feature makes mastering a song even more fun.
Connection with Stereo Audio Cable *1. Supported by LK-265, CTK-2500, CTK-2550, and CTK-3500 keyboard models. *3: Song audio is sent using the left channel of the smart device stereo output, while the melody and chord data is sent on the right channel. *4: When using CTK-3500, notes and chords for the melody are shown on the LCD.
Connection with USB Cable
*1. Supported by Casiotone CT-S200, CT-S300, and LK-S250 keyboard models.
*2. If you are using an Android device, you must use a commercially-available USB OTG (On The Go) adapter.
*3. If you are using an iOS device, you must use an Apple Camera Connection Kit.