This is an online virtual piano keyboard with a modern design that can record and download any tune into your computer. Kids and adults can enjoy learning and playing songs by changing the piano’s sound preferences. It comes with 40 different sound modes that allows you to play various styles and moods of music. From classical, you can switch to contemporary sounds such as electropop and synth. It comes with 25 piano keys: 15 white (whole notes) and 15 black keys (sharp or flat notes). You can even play this interactive online piano on your keyboard thanks to its multi-key binding feature for desktop PCs. Enjoy piano practice, composing, and recording music with this online piano application.
This virtual piano works on browsers for tablets, mobile phones, laptops, and desktop PC.
Tap or click the piano keys to practice scales or play any of your favorite tunes.
Play using your desktop keyboard. Use the keybinding feature to assign buttons on notes.
Practice songs and record your piano playing. You can download recorded music straight into your PC.
Play Virtu Piano Interactive Online Piano Practice Simulator for Touchscreen Devices
You can play this free online virtual piano keyboard to practice playing music or compose your own songs by clicking in the window below.
Alternatively children and adults can play this interactive online piano instrument and recorder as a web application here.
Virtu Piano Online Interactive Piano Simulator for Kids Play Instructions
How to Play
Play piano music or compose your own tunes using this virtual keyboard. Keep practicing and record your piano playing skills. You can also change the piano’s sound by choosing from 40 different sound modes.
Starting the Game
Once this virtual music instrument loads, you can press the keys and immediately play music.
It comes with 25 keys: 15 white and 10 black. Expect to find 2 octaves. Octave can also be adjusted one scale down or one scale up.
Make sure to rotate your device horizontally for better playing experience.
Using your finger, tap on the piano keys to play music as you would on an actual piano keyboard.
For better playing experience, use a tablet to play this piano simulator. A wider screen provides more surface area for your fingers.
Likewise, it produces the same sound and comes with the same keyboard preferences on mobile phones and other touchscreen computer devices.
Note that using a smaller screen will make it harder to press more precisely on the keys.
The KEY BINDINGS feature does not work on a touchscreen device unless you connect it to an external keyboard.
The recording feature is also not available on touchscreen. To record and download your music, use this music application on your laptop or desktop PC.
Mouse and Keyboard
Using your mouse cursor, left click on a key to produce a sound.
Clicking with the mouse cursor only allows you to press one key at a time. But you can assign piano keys to your keyboard buttons.
Multi-key Binding Feature: Select the “KEY BINDINGS” button on the upper right corner to assign keyboard buttons to piano keys.
Once you select KEY BINDINGS, an instruction screen appears.
Next, click on the key you want to assign keyboard buttons to.
After clicking, that key will keep blinking. For example, I want the first C piano key to be Z on the keyboard. Once I press Z, the C key stops blinking.
Repeat this process to other keys you want to bind. Once you’re done, click “Apply.”
However, if you want to reset all the assigned key bindings, simply click “Reset.”
Once that’s done, you’ll be able to play the piano keys you assigned on your keyboard.
Above the KEY BINDINGS button is the “SHOW KEY BINDINGS” box. Ticking this immediately shows the corresponding keyboard buttons for the assigned piano keys.
Simulator Buttons and Preferences
Besides the keys, there are button options you can select on top of the piano keyboard:
The 1st button on the upper left is a volume control. Select “+” to increase the volume or “-” to decrease the volume.
The next option is the full screen mode box. This is located at the right side of the volume controls. Simply tick the full screen box to turn green with a check.
If you want to go back to regular view, untick the box or press ESC on your keyboard.
On the right side of the full screen box are the octave controls.
For octave controls, select “-1” to put your piano key’s octave lower. If you want your octave higher, select “+1.”
The normal octave is the middle square button. The button turns green to indicate you selected it.
Next, you can select the “SHOW LETTER” box on the right side of the octave controls. Selecting this box will show the letter labels of each key, from major notes (white keys) and sharp notes (black keys).
Below the SHOW LETTER box is the PIANO TYPE controls. Choose from 1 to 40. You can select from 40 different piano sounds on this virtual keyboard.
On the right side of the SHOW LETTER box is the “COLOR STYLE” control.
Select 1 for a classic clean keyboard, 2 for a horizontally shaded keyboard, 3 for a shadowed keyboard, and 4 for a horizontally shaded and shadowed keyboard.
Finally, the button on the upper right corner of the piano is the KEY BINDINGS button. Use this to assign keyboard controls to your piano keys.
Record Your Piano Playing
On the right side of the SHOW LETTER button is the red RECORD button. It’s OFF when you’re not recording any tune.
To record, select the red record button and start playing. This will initiate a 3-second countdown before it starts recording.
The red button will turn green (ON) while it’s recording. Once you’re done recording, select it again to stop.
This will automatically download the recording as a WebM file, which is an audiovisual media file format.
WebM formats can be played using iTunes, Windows Media Player, VLC 2, and most other players.
You can even save this recording and and mix it with other music files such as drums and vocals. Get creative and make your own songs.
The recording feature only works on laptop or desktop PCs. It is not available in touchscreen devices.
Strategy for Use
This online virtual piano keyboard is the perfect instrument you can play almost anywhere using a mobile phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop PC.
Learn how to play the piano, practice new songs, or even compose your very own music. Play it while singing along to a song.
It comes with a recording feature that allows you to record and download the piano music you play on your PC.
Use it to learn major notes in music, practice scales, or check the correct pitch when singing a song.
To maximize its playing preferences, experiment with all 40 sound modes. Sound like a classical piano, a church pipe organ, or even an electropop-sounding piano.
If you’re looking for a particular piano model sound, like Yamaha, Korg, Ensoniq, etc., you could find it in this virtual piano player.
Push your musical creativity. Let different sound modes inspire you to create your own music.
When you’ve recorded your music, you can even mix it with other instruments or vocals using an audio editor.
Kids and adults will enjoy learning how to play the piano or practicing their favorite pieces on this free online piano keyboard.
The sound mode preference comes with the following 40 piano types:
Alesis Fusion Bright Acoustic Piano C4
Casio MT 45 Piano C4
Ensoniq SQ 2 Electric Piano C4
Ensoniq SQ 2 Piano C4
Kawai K11 GrPiano C4
Kawai K3 Electric Piano C4
Korg M3R Grand Piano C5
Korg NS5R Piano 2 C4
Korg TR Rack Dance Piano C4
Korg Triton Acoustic Piano C3
Kurzweil K2000 Bright Piano C4
Roland D 20 Rich Piano C4
Roland PN D10 03 Electric Tine C4
Yamaha EX5 Stereo Grand C4
Yamaha EX5 Tine EP C4
Yamaha EX5 Wurli 1 C4
Yamaha FS1r EP Wide C4
Yamaha FS1r Full Tines C4
Yamaha FS1r Nu Suitcase C4
Yamaha MU90R ConcertGrand C4
Yamaha MU90R Phase EP C4
Yamaha PSR 22 Elec Piano C4
Yamaha PSS 140 Toy Piano C4
Yamaha TG77 Ivory Piano C4
Yamaha TG77 Rhodes C4
Yamaha TG77 Tine Electric Piano C4
Yamaha TG 77 Wurlitzer C4
Yamaha TX81Z NewElectro C4
Alesis Fusion Nylon String Guitar C4
Alesis Fusion Steel String Guitar C4
Casio VZ 10M Soft Glass C4
Ensoniq ESQ 1 Synth Sweep C4
Alesis S4 Plus SterMarimb C4
Korg NS5R Glocken C4
Alesis S4 Plus Brassy 5th C4
Casio MT 600 Clarinet C4
E Mu Proteus FX StereoSax C4
Yamaha AN1x Filtered Bass C4
Casio MT 600 Synth Celesta C4
Ensoniq VFX SD Fat Brass C4
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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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Virtu-Piano offers many features for both novice and intermediate learners. Besides emulating the sounds of various keyboards, it also has a recording feature. PC users can also map the piano keys to the alphanumeric keyboards. This lets them compose and play as they would with a real musical keyboard.
Unlike the other keyboards on this site, Virtu-Piano is more comprehensive. It has a few more keys than the standard eight tones and has sharps and flats. The entire music simulator has 25 notes in total. This offers a broader array of musical compositions for the novice musician. The program’s pre-sets let composers try their hand with classical, pop, and synth tones. Finally, they can record their pieces. Composers can layer these recordings in another program to build entire songs.