Artificial intelligence technology can help beginners learn to play the piano

A subscription to Skoove gives you access to hundreds of AI-powered piano lessons, instructional videos, and one-on-one support.

  • If you've always wanted to learn how to play piano, this half-off subscription is a great opportunity.
  • A lifetime subscription to Skoove gives you access to hundreds of lessons and thousands of instructional videos.
  • Artificial intelligence technology delivers real-time feedback as you learn to play, helping you improve along the way.

For those who have always wanted to learn how to play the piano, here's the perfect chance to master the instrument. A lifetime subscription to Skoove's Premium Piano Lessons is on sale for 50% off and its inventive approach will help you stay motivated.

The Skoove app makes it a breeze for new players to practice notes, chords, and fundamental techniques. You'll receive access to over 400 lessons, as well as thousands of instructional videos that you won't find anywhere else.

Skoove uses artificial intelligence technology to listen along as you play. It will learn your weaknesses and provide you with real-time feedback, along with tailored lessons, to help you improve. A premium subscription even gives you the option to opt for one-on-one support from real piano instructors.

Beyond classical pieces from the greats, such as Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart, you'll also have the chance to learn chart hits from John Legend, Adele, and other Top 40 artists. Plus, there are new songs and lessons added to the app monthly.

Eventually, the app will help you reach a level where you're playing by ear and composing your own melodies. It's not hard to see why it's earned the title of App Store Editors' Choice with a rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars.

Here's a closer look at how it works:

Don't wait to sign up for Skoove's Premium Piano Lessons, as it's half off for a limited time only. Regularly $299, it'll cost just a low $149.99 for a premium lifetime subscription you'll always have access to.

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