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Mobile apps can optimise your learning process - Piano Lessons for beginners

Updated: Jul 18, 2019

Student's experience, useful apps and more to know about these new technologies.

We would be surprised of how much we can progress during the time we are not home with our instrument. Our knowledge in musical notation and aural skills, so necessary to develop the instrumental training, can be boosted with some useful apps with just 10 to 15 minutes a day.

During that "dead-time" in the tube or bus, practice time can be used to enhance our learning experience and maximise our skills.


On the top of our list, we can definitively put "Aural book" This app is designed specially to cover all ABRSM syllabus. There are levels for each grade, so just download the one you need for the Grade you are currently preparing, for example, just type "Aural book grade 1" if you need to prepare for that grade. It is very easy to use!

This app will allow you to review all the topics you need in the time you can. Please bear in mind that aural training demands as much time as the practice of your instrument.


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