DIY Clothespin Piano Keyboard Makes Your Piano App Even Better

DIY Clothespin Piano Keyboard Makes Your Piano App Even Better

Piano apps are great for learning, but actual keys would make them even better. Electrical Engineer Adam Kumpf made his own tablet-compatible clothespin piano keyboard, and you can too.

Piano apps can be handy for the rookie pianist, but actual keys are really important. They build strength and dexterity, and you have to learn how to manoeuvre on real keys in the long run. Clothespins might not have the look and feel of a Yamaha, but they do get you a little closer to the real thing on a tablet. With some household items and basic cutting tools, you can make your piano app that much more useful and authentic. See how to make your own at the link below.

Clothespin Piano for iPad [Instructables via The Unofficial Apple Weblog]

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