Does any body fancy drawing a piano note name cut out like the one my daughter made in this photo below.
When first  sold (in the early 90's), it came with a keyboard which had an rs-232 - like serial interface instead of midi and the software ran under MS-Dos! Hopefully, Piano booster can grow to fulfil the potential that this early package was not able to deliver. I have a few changes, perhaps it should be on two pages and then we could write instructions on the sheet. This sheet can be used with Piano Booster to label the names of each note on your piano keyboard.
I also think it should have two stave's that run right across the two pages with a treble and base clef so that it looks more like standard piano music. Learning how to read sheet music for piano can be quite daunting at first because it looks like a series of lots of lines and dots with several random symbols thrown in for good measure.


The key thing to remember is that piano music simply uses the basic elements of sheet music – it just has a lot of them because a piano player has 2 hands and a total of 10 fingers and therefore the potential to play a lot of notes at any one time.
It helps to remember this when practicing as you can practice one hand at a time and make significant progress with whichever piece you are wanting to play.
Some contemporary piano music has one stave (usually Treble Clef) for the right hand and chord symbols above or below the staff.
This can really help beginners who want to learn to read music and it works especially well now I have included the note names in the next release. I found these to be enormously helpful in forming the neural pathways needed to auto associate the printed staves with both note locations on the keyboard AND fingers to use. Towards the end it worked with Windows and any midi keyboard, which is the one that I still have and occasionally use. Certainly it did not have the active community forum around it and so was not able to tap in to collaborative development resources.


Usually (but not always), the top stave is written in the Treble Clef and the bottom stave is written in Bass Clef. As you can see, there are six beats to the measure, with an eighth note valued at one beat.
Sadly, it wasn't open source so when those who built it went on to other things, development and even sales of the system stopped.
The top stave shows the notes that should be played with the right hand, whilst the bottom stave shows the notes to be played by the left hand. In this case, you would play the tune with your right hand and improvise the chords with your left hand.



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