The Miracle Piano Teaching System
The First Piano That Teaches You How to Play It!
The Miracle Piano Teaching System is computer software that you interact with through the included MIDI musical keyboard. It was released in 1990 by The Software Toolworks, Inc. The software includes a range of songs and progresses from beginner to intermediate, accessing you on your pitch and rhythm accuracy as received from the keyboard. Within each lesson are minigames like a duck shooting gallery, robotic factory walk, and parachuting that add an early form of gamification to musical growth. The sheet music is displayed on the screen, and the pages turn on their own with the program’s metronome.
It works with IBM PC, Amiga, Macintosh, Super NES, NES, and the Sega Genesis. Each version comes with anywhere from 40 to 100 songs to learn. There are two song collection packs sold separately which add 40 songs each to the original song set.
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