online piano lesson demonstration

Online Piano Lessons Demonstration

Have you wondered about the best way to proceed with online piano lessons? And what do you do with the tools from doozzoo? Many of you have asked for an online piano lesson demonstration in which we show how to actually use doozzoo features in a real piano lesson.

For this reason we have given Dominic and Maggy to simulate a teaching situation. Dominic acts as a lecturer and gives didactic tips regarding the features in doozzoo. Maggy is the student today.

Find the whole video (in German language) on our YouTube channel.

Opening Sheet Music from the Media Library

First, Dominic opens sheet music from “Cantaloupe Island.” To do this, he goes to the Media Library and clicks on the “Open” icon. The PDF now appears directly in the video window. Here Dominic moves the sheet to the right and zooms in so that the focus is on the first line.

He clicks on the two rings inside the PDF window. Now Maggy can also see the notes.

Highlight Notes

So that Maggy knows where to focus, Dominic uses the built-in marker. He uses it to mark the lower two bass parts in the sheet music.

The doozzoo Piano

Both Dominic and Maggy have a MIDI piano connected to their computers. This allows them to use the virtual piano built into doozzoo. They can each see what the other is playing.

The Remote-Controlled Metronome

Dominic has Maggy play the phrase she learned to the metronome. He takes overall control and sets the tempo as well as the tone. Using the playback direction, he determines that the metronome is played on Maggy’s computer. Through the local latency correction, Maggy plays synchronously to the metronome.

Create Small Playbacks with the Recorder

Dominic records the middle voice with the recorder to consolidate the bass line. He names the recording so he can find it again and saves it in the media library.

Using Audio Files

He now opens the audio file he just recorded directly in the video window. Maggy plays the bass to it. Dominic adjusts the speed and slows down the audio file a bit to make it easier for her to practice. Here, too, the playback direction and latency correction take effect so that Maggy can play in sync with the audio file she just recorded.

Sharing Teaching Material via the Media Library

To allow Maggy to practice at home, Dominic uses the sharing options in the Media Library. By clicking on the “Share with” icon, he shares files uploaded to the Media Library and recordings created in doozzoo with his students. These files automatically appear under “shared with me” for the students.

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