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Pixel Piano Online Interactive Virtual Piano Keyboard for Kids

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This piano music simulator is a great tool for teaching music to kids and students. Enjoy learning how to play piano and compose melodies with this free online virtual piano with keyboard notes feature. If you need a portable piano to play a tune or listen to pitch, this music app works in mobile phone browsers, tablets, desktop PC, and laptops. It’s easy to use and specially designed to let kids and adults play at any speed effortlessly. Kids can learn how to play and sing simple nursery rhymes and practice new songs along with this free digital online piano music maker.

  • Press or click any key on the piano simulator. It will immediately make a sound.
  • Practice playing the solfege scale. Try to memorize the major scale to train your ears.
  • It’s a great tool for listening to the right pitch. Pressing a key longer sustains the sound.
  • Use this virtual music application to practice playing the piano or create your own songs.

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You can play this free online piano simulator to create music by clicking in the window below.

Alternatively children and adults can play this virtual piano with notes online as a web application here.

Pixel Piano Virtual Piano Instrument for Tablet and Mobile Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Press the keys to listen to the notes. Play a tune you love or have fun making your own music with this virtual piano player.

  • Starting the Game
    • Once this music application loads, it immediately shows the piano keys.
    • All you have to do is tap or select any key to listen to the sound.
    • Continuously pressing a key will sustain the sound of the note.
    • You can press keys to learn pitch, play a song, or create a melody of your own.
    • of the key.
    • This piano keyboard comes with two complete octaves.
    • It has 17 white keys (whole notes) and 11 black keys (sharp or flat notes).
  • Game Controls
    • Touchscreen
      • Simply tap any key on this virtual piano. It will immediately play the sound just like an actual piano.
      • If you press a key longer, it will sustain that note as long as you press. This makes it a good tool to listen to pitch continuously.
      • There are buttons on top of the virtual keyboard:
      • The green “?” button on the left shows the letter name of a key and it’s corresponding solfege note. For example, the key of C is Do, D is Re, and E is Mi, and so on.
      • Select the green “KEYNAME” button to see the letter name of the key’s notes. These will appear directly on top of the keys.
      • Next, “The 8th” button puts a label where the C major keys are.
        • It labels the first C on the piano as 3 because it’s the C major in the 3rd octave.
        • The next 8th note is a 4 because it’s the C major in the 4th octave.
        • Finally the last C on the piano is a 5 because it is the C major in the 5th octave.
      • The blue “About” button shows a brief background information about the piano and the game developer. It mentions the piano was invented by an Italian inventor named Bartolomeu Cristofori around 1700.
      • The “X” button at the right side of the screen does not function.
    • Mouse
      • Use your mouse cursor to left click on any key. It will play the sound right away just like a real piano.
      • If you left click a key longer, it will sustain that note as long as you press. This makes it a good tool to listen to pitch continuously.
      • There are buttons on top of the keyboard that you can select for other features:
      • The green “?” button on the left shows the letter name of a key and it’s corresponding solfege note. For example, the key of C is Do, D is Re, and E is Mi, and so on.
      • The green “KEYNAME” button shows the letter name of the key’s notes. This will appear directly on top of all the keys.
      • Next, “The 8th” button puts a label where the C major keys are.
        • It labels the first C on the piano as 3 because it’s the C major in the 3rd octave.
        • The next 8th note is a 4 because it’s the C major in the 4th octave.
        • Finally the last C on the piano is a 5 because it is the C major in the 5th octave.
      • The blue “About” button shows a brief background information about the piano and the game developer. It mentions the piano was invented by an Italian inventor named Bartolomeu Cristofori around 1700.
      • The “X” button at the right side of the screen does not function.
  • Strategy for Use
    • Take advantage of this free online piano music maker to learn how to play piano, teach how to play piano, play a song, or create your own music.
    • You can even play this virtual piano together with other music simulators, such as virtual drums and xylophones. Have fun creating harmonious music on your tablet, phone, or any PC.
    • This is a great music application that let’s you listen to piano notes and practice the entire scale even if you don’t have an actual piano.
    • Kids and adults can learn and practice major scales with solfege syllables (Do Re Mi) by playing this handy virtual music maker.
    • Train your ear to listen to pitch so you can sing the right key. Just play this piano application on your mobile or tablet to know the correct pitch.
      • If you want to learn to play the piano, this app is most ideal if you use it on a tablet.
      • The wider screen allows you to press larger keys so you can play a tune more smoothly.
    • Use this virtual music maker to play songs while encouraging kids and students to sing new songs.
    • To take your creative music skills further, use this virtual piano to compose your own music.
    • Encourage kids to create music at a young age by letting them play with this educational virtual piano.

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Pixel Piano Interactive Piano Learning Music Simulator Game Screenshots

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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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One comment on "Pixel Piano Online Interactive Virtual Piano Keyboard for Kids"

  • Joey says:

    Pixel Piano is one of the site’s instrument simulators that better resembles a real piano. The game itself itself is very basic, with no way to record or assigning notes to the keyboard. While it doesn’t have a lot of features, it does have a broad array of notes. It boasts of 17 standard notes and 11 sharps and flats. This variety gives intermediate musicians more room to practice. It’s an excellent musical instrument simulator for touchscreens.

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