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This article was published on November 29, 2021

Skoove can turn 2022 into the year you learned to play the piano

Skoove can turn 2022 into the year you learned to play the piano
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TLDR: Skoove Premium Piano Lessons can train you up from a novice to an experienced piano player with their AI-aided learning system.

You always knew you were smart. But did you know learning to play the piano could actually make you even smarter? It turns out that’s actually true. In a study of almost 4,700 volunteers, those who spent part of their COVID lockdown learning to play an instrument saw their intelligence increase by 10 percent.

Now, nobody’s saying that enrolling in Skoove Premium Piano Lessons ($39.99 for 1-year subscription, 66 percent off from TNW Deals) will definitely make you a smarter person. But we’re not saying it won’t either.

Featured by Apple, Forbes, The Guardian, Wired, and more, the Skoove method makes it easy to slide behind the keyboard and get started learning notes, chords, and techniques. Using the powerful Skoove app, learners are guided through 400 lessons and thousands of instructional videos, all crafted to help you learn to play your favorite songs.

And when we say favorite songs, we don’t mean a collection of ancient Beethoven pieces and public domain ditties. The Skoove songbook is vast, including tracks from acts like John Legend, The Beatles, Coldplay, Adele, and more.

With practice, students learn to play by ear, recognizing notes and playing songs just by listening; as well as the steps to improvising and maybe even composing some songs of your own. Along with monthly updates and even one-on-one support from the Skoove music instructors, the system also employs artificial intelligence to improve your skills.

The AI listens to what you play, then offers up individual feedback based on what it hears, planning future lessons tailored to your playing strengths and weaknesses.

The Guardian’s reviewer was impressed with the Skoove’s system, writing that “eventually, notes, keys and names fall into place. I even played four suspiciously simple bars of Bach by sight! With both hands! Success!”

Right now, you can even give the gift of music to a friend or family member with Skoove Premium Piano Lessons at a best on the web, final hours of Black Friday price of only $39.99 for a one year subscription. Or you can lock in a lifetime of access to all of Skoove’s constantly updating piano training for just $149.99.

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