keyboard Guitar 2.2 for iPad Now version 2.2!!!
What is a keytar?
A keytar is a relatively lightweight keyboard (with or without a built-in synthesizer) that is supported by a strap around the neck and shoulders, similar to the way a guitar is supported by a guitar strap. Keytars allow players a greater range of movement compared to conventional keyboards, which are placed on stands. The instrument has a musical keyboard for triggering musical notes and sounds. Controls for pitch bends, vibrato, portamento, and sustain are placed on the instrument’s “neck". The term "keytar" is a portmanteau of the words "keyboard" and "guitar." Keytars may either contain their own synthesis engines, or simply be controllers, triggering notes on another MIDI capable synthesizer.
How to play?
Step 1: Choose either Rock Guitar or Electric Piano mode
Step 2: If you're new to such an instrument, we strongly recommend you to keep tutorial on. Our tutorial can guide even a 3-year child to learn to play a complete song.
Step 3: If you're familiar with Keytar,ok, just feel free to play your own music with tutorial off.
1. Record and replay
2. Customized background as you like
What's new in our future updates?
1. More tutorials
2. Online- Scoring system
3. Peer-Peer play
check the video clip from youtube to know more:
Or if you're interested in more of our iPad apps, check the video clip here:
If you're interested in our musical instrument series, feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We'll be glad to get any advice from you.
PLS note that we'll keep updating!!! So anyone who have any advice or complaints on this app, pls let us know, we'll appreciate it!!!
NEW PROMO CODES HERE:
Last edited by eseedo; 05-01-2010 at 08:29 AM..
Hey thanks for promo codes!
I grabbed the first one.
This app is pretty nice looking and sounding!
I was concerned that the keys would be too small to play very accurately but suprizingly it picked up almost the the notes I wanted it to! The black keys are a bit less accurate but if you play them up a bit higher instead of right towards the bottom of the key it moastly plays the key your aiming for.
I think this app is decently priced and a fun app to show off on iPad but not something I would use playing live music in a band or that type of thing. It's a bit more of a fun music app than a pro audio app.
Alltogether a cool app and not a waste of $2 for anyone interested that missed out on promo codes