Welcome to Yousician, the guided learning application you can use to learn to play piano.
When you play, Yousician listens via the microphone built-in to your device, and gives you real-time feedback. All you need is a piano, or a MIDI-keyboard without built-in sound modules, and a phone, tablet, laptop/desktop that meets these requirements. To get the most out of the piano syllabus, we recommend a 61 key instrument.
The syllabus includes lessons developed by our expert team of educators. The lessons, also known as Missions, cover skills from basics to advanced techniques. As you progress, you build your skills step-by-step.
When you first start, Sunny, your teacher, introduces you to Yousician piano. Next the app asks about your playing experience. This allows Yousician to recommend your starting point in the syllabus. If you are a beginner, we recommend going with the Nothing yet option. Yousician then takes you to the first mission in the piano syllabus.
Depending on your experience with piano, you can also choose between Some basics, Lots of songs or Almost anything. Once you have picked between Yousician notation or standard notation, you get to play two short trainers; classical and pop. Based on how you played, Yousician recommends a path and level in the syllabus to start from. If you find it easy, you can skip ahead by playing a Skill test. You can also start from a lower level mission in the syllabus.
You can find our instrument recommendations at the Yousician Blog.
Next up: Calibrating your piano