The ONE Smart Piano Keyboard with Lighted Keys, Electric Piano 61 keys, Home Digital Music Keyboard, Teaching Portable Keyboard Piano, Black

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The ONE Smart Piano Keyboard with Lighted Keys, Electric Piano 61 keys, Home Digital Music Keyboard, Teaching Portable Keyboard Piano, Black

The ONE Light is the most portable way to learn piano. With the synced LED lights in the keyboard, a beginner musician can start to play music in minutes, while professional musicians can have equal fun by choosing from thousands of free sheet music and over 128 instrument sounds plus MIDI input/output to play. Just connect to our free app The ONE Smart Piano, you can begin with the crash course and learn a song in minutes or choose a gaming mode with arcade style scoring. You can also choose from our library of over 3000 free music sheets or purchase the latest pop songs, and learn to play a piece note by note. The music progresses only when you play the correct piano key. In our other app One Pianist, kids can enjoy the journey style learning game. This smart keyboard also adds MIDI compatibility and works with other MIDI based apps, such as Yousician, Piano Maestro, even Garage Band. It’s fun and affordable for everyone. Get The ONE Smart Keyboard today and start play in minutes!

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Anonymous says:

An Adult’s Review Something I noticed while reading the reviews of this is that almost nobody bought it for themselves. Either it was a gift for a kid, or someone’s mom or dad bought it, or whatever. I mean, that’s awesome, but there are another group of people like me– adults that are getting into piano and aren’t interested in buying lessons. This review is for that purpose, to illustrate to any other adults out there if this is merely a child’s toy or if it can be a functional adult keyboard.So, does it work as a functional keyboard? Keep in mind my family has owned multiple pianos, including white grands, traditional pianos, and electric keyboards. I’m an avid listener of piano music, and have done extensive research of this topic. I took years of piano lessons when I was a kid, but I’m ADD, so I HATED it. I got so bored with the endless practice and struggled to read all the music, so eventually I quit. The answer to my original question (an adult) is YES, this works! I’ll go over each part that I found notable.First, the important part– the keys. The keys themselves were a bit of a disappointment. They’re non-weighted, which I knew from the start, but I didn’t expect them to feel quite so light. It feels more like a toy than the other keyboards I’ve played on. They have a funky feeling to them. I’m not a huge fan of them. If I play too vigorously, I might break it. It’s immediately obvious that it’s not a traditional keyboard. I got used to the unusual feel after about fifteen minutes of tooling around, and now it doesn’t bother me.Second, the frame– how does it look? How does it feel? Compared to other electric keyboards like this, it looks rather professional and nice. It’s on par with others that I’ve come across as far as quality, but it looks more modern as far as aesthetics. It looks like something a music student would have instead of just something a parent bought for their kid to play with instead of a babysitter. I found the music stand to work very well for holding my device of choice (Iphone Six) while playing.Third, connectivity. They have their own app. True to their word, they have a ton of music available! Annoyingly, it doesn’t remove songs that require an 88 key piano from the search results. I think it’s a sales ploy to slowly convince people to buy the much more expensive full piano. At least they tell you before you buy something that it won’t be compatible. I’ve read a couple of other people complaining about this as well, but I tried a few that required the full piano (such as the hard version of Scott Joplin’s the Entertainer). Although a message warning about compatibility–you CAN play a lot of the full keyboard songs on it. Sure, there might be a note in there somewhere that requires a higher or lower octave, but it’s quite possible to learn a full keyboard song on the shorter one. It’ll still illuminate the notes in the right order and right location. If you want to see what I mean, look up Scott Joplin’s the Entertainer and play it (the hard one, not the easy one). Another interesting thing is that when you plug your device into the keyboard, it actually charges it. Pretty handy.The speakers. They’re pretty good, but I honestly expected more. I have a 7.2 surround sound in my house, and I plugged it into that and it sounds loads better. A brief note about this– the manual led me astray. The keyboard has a aux out port and my stereo an aux in port, but you don’t connect them. If you do, nothing will play out of your speakers of the stereo except static and the keyboard will still make all the sound. To test, I plugged my phone into the stereo and it worked fine. Something is wrong with my keyboard. The only way I was able to do it was to plug my aux cord into the headphone port and then into the aux input of my stereo, effectively tricking it.A notable drawback– this thing’s charger is tiny. I have a short desk that I play it on, and the charger barely goes across the desk. It’s my biggest complaint, hands down. Make sure that your station will be near an outlet, or that you have batteries. I haven’t tried it without the power cord, but I heard that you can use it with batteries. Can’t vouch for that.How do the lights work? Excellently. It’s an unbelievably handy feature. It feels like a game. How accurately and quickly can you press the keys? I felt a huge amount of pride, and in a funny way, it’s much more supportive than a piano teacher. It doesn’t lose patience if you don’t get it right, and you can go as slowly as you want. Like I say, I’ve tried lessons. This is my preference. If you’re terrible at first, you don’t feel cringy or embarrassed. It’s just you and it!Can this be used as a child’s toy or learning tool? Of course. I’m sure it can. But does it fit the standards of an adult with musical experience? Absolutely. I can happily recommend it. It’s also a heck of a lot less…

Anonymous says:

DO NOT Waste your money!

Anonymous says:

Really nice keyboard


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