Click to start an interactive session using the electronic piano keyboard.
Click to stop any session.
Click to hear the music. This feature does not play back music performed during sessions.
Click to start or stop the metronome feature.
Click to modify midi configuration.
Click to display the piano keyboard. This feature is only available during sessions. The piano keyboard displays the keys that are pressed during the performance and suggests which keys to press according to the music.
Click to see the help menu or to quit a session.
Click to view the performance statistics.
Click to view rhythmic accuracy chart. The flat line indicates an accurate steady pulse. Rhythmic inaccuracies are indicated by peaks in the timeline.
Click to display note value accuracy. The performance note duration is measured against actual note duration. Staccato note are indicated in yellow.
Click to view performance statistics and linear regression.
Click to enable learning mode. In learning mode, MusicInteract will stop at the point where incorrect notes are played. Once the notes have been played correctly, MusicInteract continues with the next set of notes to be played.
Click to enable playing mode. In playing mode, MusicInteract ignores incorrect notes played and attempts to stay with the performance to the very end. If the performance is drastically different from that in the music, MusicInteract will stop at the point where the last incorrect note was played, then will resume only after the correction is made.
Click to enable the guide mode. Use this mode to play along with the computer at the same time. This mode is ideal for learning to follow correct rhythm and timing. Use the metronome setting to adjust the tempo. Select measure range to work on a specific area of the music.
Click to change from hands together, to left hand, or right hand practice session.
Click to play repeats or ignore repeats.
Click to set the start measure or note range. Click to set the end measure or note range. The measure number for the start and end range is displayed on the icon.
Click to reset the measure range to defaults, or to return to previously set ranges.
Click to login and logout.
The Time Accuracy screen provides valuable performance statistics having to do with time.
Rhythmic Accuracy is the measurement of steadiness of playing in time. If tempo changes or notes are held longer or shorter than expected, the graph will show a bump. The flatter the line, the more accurate the playing.
Note Value Accuracy is the measurement of note duration. If the notes are held too long or if they are clipped, the rate of accuracy goes down.
Tempo Accuracy is measured by the difference between the actual tempo goal and the tempo played. This parameter will affect the final score of the performance. It is no longer possible to get a great score by playing the music at a very slow tempo. The score will have an adjustment of 10% error of margin. That means if you score a 90% you will actually get 100% accuracy to your final score. Likewise if you get a 75%, you will actually get an 85% accuracy to your final score.
The performance statistics screen shows a history of performance scores. This information is stored in the Cloud and accessible from any computer. This is an excellent tool for measuring progress. It provides an estimate how many more times to play before reaching 90% score. This feature is only available for subscribed users and teachers. Teachers can access this information by login into the teacher page on the Treblis website.
My Music List is another feature only available for subscribers. This helps to organize your favorite list of piano repertoire making it easier to access. Up to 12 pieces can be store on the Cloud. This list is accessible on any computer, whether you use it at your teacher's studio or your home.
When you click on an ornament, a popup displays how to play the notes of the ornament. Make sure to enable the Play Ornament feature on the toolbar.
Click on any note to obtain its name.