Lesson 2

  1. Preparation:
    Press Escape Key to turn on scale marking. Now all Keys of the current scale are marked with larger and smaller white dots.

  2. C-Major Scale for Right Hand:
    Put your fingers like you did in lesson 1, but only play the keys with white dots, starting with the thumb on a key with the largest white dot (which shoud also be a "C" here), further on with middle finger on the next marked key, small finger on the third marked key (with a smaller black dot in the middle), then up to next row with thumb, middlefinger and smaller finger again, finally on the third row with forefinger and, finally, middlefinger on the higher C.
  3. C-Major Scale for Left Hand:
    Works similar to previous exercise, except for the fact that you start with left smaller finger on the C instead of starting with right thumb.
  4. Any Major Scale:
    Press the key that you want to start with. Then press left-Ctrl . Now your chosen Scale will be marked like before C-Major was marked. Play the new scale in the same way you did before with C Major.The black circle that marks tone C doesn't count as scale marker, because is always marked additionally.
  5. Any Minor Scale:
    Minor Scales have the same keys as Major Scales. They just start and end 3 half tones below.
    So you play them starting at that lower key using the middle finger (left and right hand).
  6. Chords of a Scale and Arpeggii:
    Starting with right thumb again (or middle finger for minor Chords), only play keys with larger dots. Either succesively (Arpeggio) or alltogether(Chord). Then do the same, starting with left smaller (or middle for minor) finger.
    These were just the tonic chords of your scale in their first order. For inversions, use the same keys, but start with another order of playing.
    For dominant and sub-dominant chords of your scale experiment also with the small dotted keys.

    For more customization refer to the Register Key manual.