Learning a new instrument can immensely frustrating. A new iPad app called Wolfie looks to make life easier for people learning to play the piano. Wolfie, which features a score-tracking cursor, digital score playback and more, aims to improve music reading proficiency and reward practice. With more than 750 musical scores spanning all difficulty levels, Wolfie has something to teach every level of piano player. Wolfie is the latest app in the Tonara Prodigy Series, which wants to shake up the way we practice and study music and can accomplish that goal through a couple of cool tools. Wolfie’s “Magic” score tracking keeps track of your place as you play, even if you mess up or change tempo, to help you improve your music reading ability. The app also lets you record your practices and send them to your piano teacher for feedback, and even tracks and trends how long you practiced. To learn more about Wolfie, head to www.WolfiePiano.com or check out the app in the iOS App Store today.
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"Shelly Palmer Radio Report – August 27, 2014" by @ShellyPalmer
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