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Publisher: Mauricio Antunes Oliveira

OS Support: Win7 x32, WinVista, WinXP

License: Freeware

Date added: 18 Oct 2011

Last Update: 16 Oct 2011

Size: 0.05 MB

System Requirements: No special requirements.

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Version History:
Version 2.5 added on: 18 Oct 2011

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Electronic Piano is an easy-to-use and free program that allows the user to play Musical Notes, Chords and Drums using the computer keyboard.

Although this is not a software for professional purposes, Electronic Piano doesn't require knowledge of the MIDI technology, it takes up little disk space and it is very simple to install and use.

Here are some key features of Electronic Piano: · 128 Musical Instruments (General MIDI Standard) · 47 Drums sounds · Play 12 types of Chords by pressing a single key · Chords can be played simulating the 6 strings of a Guitar · Combine the sound of up to 7 different Musical Instruments · Octave and Volume selection for the melody and chords · Support to 3 languages : English, Spanish and Portuguese · Includes a simplified version with Open SourceCode.

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