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Title: First Step Piano
Author: Ochando Sánchez, Rubén
Tutor: Julià Lundgren, Daniel
Others: Casado-Martínez, Carlos  
Abstract: This project is focused on those people who are starting to read musical scores and want to start on an instrument. With this premise, on the one hand, it is intended to create a graphical interface that allows the user to create, save and import personalized scores that help them to understand the musical figures and their relevance to the chosen instrument. On the other hand, this interface will be connected to a piano created with Arduino. The user will be able to play the created melodies, practice them, and will also be able to recognize the piano keys to press thanks to a light aid that will be associated with each key. All these aids are intended to help the student to achieve the desired results regardless of their limitations. In this way, if the user had hearing limitations, they could learn to play their favorite melodies thanks to the light reproduction of the song, or if conventional scores were too complicated, they could always personalize their own and adapt the learning to their rhythm and knowledge. In conclusion, this application has the task of accompanying the student on his musical learning journey, where, thanks to the different functionalities it contains, he will be able to use this tool as necessary to overcome the difficulties he encounters along the way. Music is part of the human being from its origins and is part of our day to day, let's make it accessible to everyone.
Keywords: partituras
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: 19-Jun-2023
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