I have a 3DS eshop question. (It's about the Music On series)

#1JOJ650sPosted 7/7/2011 7:12:34 PM
I am wandering if the piano games sound good,
and I am wandering if they have 8-bit sounds, like the sounds the NES has.
Also I want to know if the games that tech you piano, tech you how to play sheet music.

Thanks in advance!
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#2kirbycoolPosted 7/7/2011 7:19:06 PM
The normal keyboard teaches you to play sucky public domain songs by having the notes fall down on the right keys. It doesnt teach you sheet music at all. But its not that hard to learn, just look it up on the internet. Took me a week with a little book.

Anyway I think this is what you want.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAC9mir19hM&feature=related
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#3JOJ650s(Topic Creator)Posted 7/7/2011 7:32:36 PM
Ok, Thank you very much! :D
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#4lenanenaPosted 7/8/2011 2:40:55 AM
JOJ650s posted...
I am wandering if the piano games sound good,
and I am wandering if they have 8-bit sounds, like the sounds the NES has.
Also I want to know if the games that tech you piano, tech you how to play sheet music.

Hi JOJ650s, there are 2 games of the series with 8-bit sounds: "Drums" and "Retro Keyboard".
The piano games do sound well and both "Learning Piano" and "Learning Piano Vol. 2" do use a sheet music learning system. Obviously it is a game and in a console without multi-touch, but some true knowledge of sheet music can be acquired.
Check what IGN thought about them: http://uk.ds.ign.com/articles/111/1117776p1.html

Hope this helps!