Learning how to play the piano helps encourage a child’s self-discipline, confidence, and creativity. In eMedia My Piano, an animated character named Pam the Piano leads kids through over 100 lessons by Irma Irene Justicia, M.A., who has taught at the renowned Juilliard School of Music. eMedia's exclusive animated keyboard shows kids where to put their fingers as the live recorded audio plays. Interactive Feedback technology points out any playing mistakes, shows what should have been played, and provides an overall score (MIDI keyboard required). In addition, the included music games for kids keep them having fun as they learn.

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The Fun Way to Learn!

Now it’s easy for kids ages five and up to learn how to play the piano! An animated character named Pam the Piano guides kids through over 100 lessons by former Juilliard School of Music instructor Irma Irene Justicia, M.A. Games make learning fun, and kids will learn songs that they can share with their friends!

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Animated Keyboard

The animated keyboard shows color-coded fingerings as the music plays, so kids can easily follow along. Double-clicking on any chord or note will also show them where to put their fingers.

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Interactive Feedback

When used with a MIDI keyboard, kids get feedback on notes and rhythms they played wrong, and find out what they should have played instead. There’s also an overall score to show them how well they did on the song.

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Full-Motion Videos

The lessons are easy to follow with eMedia’s large-format videos, featuring split-screens and close-ups that guide kids through songs and playing techniques.

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Interactive Games

Games help children learn chords and songs by reviewing what they learned in the lessons. By interacting with the playful characters and scenes, kids will have fun while learning music!

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Audio and MIDI Tracks

Audio playback for selected lessons include piano only, voice only, and full audio including both piano and voice. Play along with tracks that you can speed up or slow down, including colorful MIDI accompaniments, metronome tick, left-hand part, right-hand part, and the two-handed performance.