Songs2See is a fun and easy way to learn a musical instrument. It is the first music game that lets you play along to well known songs using real acoustic instruments. The only required hardware is a simple PC microphone and your instrument.
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Release Date: Nov 26, 2013

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March 25

Happy Easter holiday with Songs2See!

Get Songs2See for 30% off during this Easter weekend! We added two more songs for you to play:

  • Frederic Weatherly - Danny Boy
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Serenade Nr. 13 (Eine kleine Nachtmusik)
We have a small quiz for you, the first user giving the right answer in our comments section below will receive a free steam key for Songs2See Ultimate. So here's the question: who is the guy in the following image?

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February 7

Songs2See is 50% off during Lunar New Year Sale

Grab Songs2See for 50% off during the Steam Lunar New Year Sale! In order to celebrate this event, we added a matching song: Xīn Nián Hǎo Ya (New Year's Good, Ya). Enjoy playing along to this tune with bass, piano or saxophone.

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About This Game

Songs2See is a fun and easy way to learn a musical instrument. It is the first music game that lets you play along to well known songs using real acoustic instruments. The only required hardware is a simple PC microphone and your instrument. Nothing plastic, nothing fake, just the most authentic and complete learning experience in music gaming. Songs2See listens to you and rates your performance in real-time. With this instant feedback, you’ll develop real skills and learn to sight-read music in no time. Songs2See's unique score sheet view makes playing visually intuitive and will engage rookies as well as experienced players.

  • Play any of the supported instruments (violin, viola, guitar, bass, ukulele, piano, saxophone, trumpet, clarinet, recorder flute) or train your voice
  • Unique and intuitive score sheet view with notes displayed in piano roll style
  • Fingerings displayed for each instrument
  • Automatic transposition for different tunings
  • More than 50 practice songs included
  • Optional tablature view for guitar, bass and ukulele
  • Optional score sheet view for advanced players
  • Slow down playback for difficult songs
  • Learning mode for step-by-step practicing
  • Detailed results and online high-scores
  • Compatible with the Rocksmith™ Real Tone Cable and other USB/Firewire audio devices

About Songs2See Editor


Songs2See Editor is an easy to use piano-roll editor for creating sheet music. It is a great tool to convert your favorite songs for use within the Songs2See Game. You can import almost any file from your music collection. It supports MIDI, MusicXML, GuitarPro, WAV and MP3 files. It exports MIDI, MusicXML, Audio, printable score sheets and Songs2See Game files.

  • Create your own music for practicing
  • Turn your favorite song into sheet music
  • Automatic music transcription of melody, bass and rhythm
  • Save to various sheet music formats or print your score
  • Transpose, delete or add notes when needed
  • Create play-along tracks and save them
  • View, print and save Tabulature

About Songs2See Ultimate


Songs2See Ultimate includes both the Songs2See Game and the Songs2See Editor. With this bundle, unlimited practice material is at your fingertips.

  • Songs2See Game and Songs2See Editor included
  • Windows and Mac OS versions included
  • Future updates are free of charge

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 8, Windows7, Windows Vista, Windows XP SP3
    • Processor: Intel ®Pentium ®4 2GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Required
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard or higher
    • Processor: Intel ®Pentium ®4 2GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Required
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Mixed (62 reviews)
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rockeel
( 3.9 hrs on record )
Posted: May 6
I purchased this sometime ago mainly because the companion editor promised mp3 to midi conversion. I found the game to be hopeless and the conversion next to useless. I returned to it today noticing there had been an update but found no improvement. I could not recommend this at all. There are far better alternatives out there.
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.::.Reckoner.::.
( 2.0 hrs on record )
Posted: December 16, 2015
The game, in spite of its simplicity, is funny. The low number of available music is the only issue.
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Mr.Fluffy
( 12.7 hrs on record )
Posted: September 2, 2015
was great when I could get it to work....but since upgrading to windows 10 it doesnt start
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Eradication
( 1.9 hrs on record )
Posted: August 30, 2015
This Game could be one of my best decision to buy yet.
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Celemourn
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: August 3, 2015
So far I've used this software with Alto Sax and guitar. For basic sight reading and learning proper tone generation on the sax, I'm impressed. For the Guitar, however, the software is more limited. You can certainly use it for learning scales and sight reading, but because there are so many different positions you can play a particular scale at on the neck, and the fact that the software seems to only support one position, it's not as helpful. Still, if you get your fingerings from a book and simply use the software to reinforce basic sight reading, I think it's probably one of the best tools available. For learning pop songs by rote, RockSmith is way more effective (and entertaining), but for actual scales and drills, Songs2See leads the way. Pro: Very simple interface. Con: Very simple interface. There doesn't seem to be any mechanisim for theory instruction beyond drills.
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Fatsuit Apollo
( 0.5 hrs on record )
Posted: July 12, 2015
This product doesn't really have a niche.
Too bare bones/no music library for folks just learning. If you can use the editor well enough to import a guitarpro file, you probably don't need this software, they never completed or got the autotranscribe working. Really dissapointed that it was left as the interesting tech demo that got greenlit. But hey the devs have taken that money and moved onto a new tech demo but now for tablets and mobile phones. Moral of the story: Never buy project greenlight or EA shovelware.
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Rodrigo
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 15, 2015
This product is not as is descripted. I bought this game because the product description page on Steam and I feel stolen.

The developer promises compatibility with a lot of instruments but doesn’t work properly with the piano.

Has a lot of problems to recognize the notes frequencies, the software can't recognize a piano chord -a basic thing in piano- and the developer is promising to add this function since 2014.

As a piano player this software is useless for me.

The description in the sale page is dishonest.

The reason for my negative review is because the developer PROMISED to add the two-hand piano function in 2014 and then never does.

The concept is great but the product is not as is promised.
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praashek
( 1.5 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30, 2015
- No support for MIDI device!
- Crashes to me at start at 5 from 6 tries
- Poor song choice
- No support for importing .mid files
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CHOCTAWIND1AN
( 1.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 25, 2015
It just barely functions from a guitar standpoint
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ToastedCheesy250
( 11.5 hrs on record )
Posted: March 20, 2015
The Songs2See game is a great and flexible learning tool for a wide range of instruments typically using a microphone to analyse your playing and rating your performance creating incentive to keep practicing.

For guitars the game will also allow you to use a Rocksmith cable as a mic source!

The interface is neat and clean and stable - possibly just needs an easy stop/start key (such as the spacebar) instead of having to click the play button with the mouse each time you play a song.

Awesome.

Which brings me to the editor.

The Songs2See editor is the companion editing software to the Songs2See game. It is a decent authoring tool for the game allowing you to transcribe your own (or any other) piece of music for use in game - which then becomes like a lesson.

The editor interface is quite buggy and tends to crash regularly - Give your work a filename early on and hit the save button regularly!

The editor is also fairly inflexible - you must choose the song length and tempo when you create the file and it seems that it cannot yet be changed after this so that if you wind up with a blank space at the end or not enough room left to add notes you will have to create a new file to the correct length and copy/paste your work back into the new file.

When authoring music for the guitar there does not seem to be a way of telling the interface which fret/string you want to play a note on so that in game it will flash up in the incorrect location on the fretboard.

A neat feature is that the editor can analyse an mp3 song and auto transcribe it for you working out the tempo and length.

I have no hesitation recommending this software despite it's current flaws as it is a wonderful learning tool for many musical instruments.

Hopefully the developers will add more useful tools into the interface and work out the bugs in it.
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Snowy
( 3.3 hrs on record )
Posted: January 6, 2015
So far it seems that this can be a great tool for learning an instrument. Especially if you have no other reference, like a teacher or someone else that can play with you. The only thing that I would like to mention is that the Flute in the game is actually a Recorder. Would we perhaps see an actual silver flute in the game anytime soon? Asking because I'm a flute player.

I did buy the editor too, haven't spend enough time with it though. Would be nice if we could somehow get more songs in the game. But guessing that royalties are always an issue.

Great job! Please continue to develop this game! It has lots of potential!
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FatDad13
( 1.9 hrs on record )
Posted: January 5, 2015
Save your money. I thought I would be able to download additional songs into this program from the description, But guess what, you need to purchase the"Editor" edition. Now all I have are a bunch of songs that no one ever heard of. Not happy to say the least.......
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Kidbatman #Dayzmerollin'DeyHatin
( 22.8 hrs on record )
Posted: January 4, 2015
Love what the developers are going for, great idea for an educational and fun music learning game. I play the Tenor Saxophone, now right here I said that I was disappointed in how little songs there were for the saxophone, but, thanks to the Developers commenting on this originally, I now know that you CAN play almost all of the included songs on the Saxophone, and I assume any other instrument, even if the title doesn't say so. If you want to know more just look at their comment below. I was also disappointed to see how little songs and song categories to see in general.Another thing that I said I was "disappointed" with was in how little songs there is to play in general, and now I know that it can be very, VERY hard to get popular/trending music, now only because it can be hard to program it into the game (not sure how hard that it is) but mainly very hard to just get the rights for the song in general. Because it can be a huge investment that they might not even get back, so I don't blame them if they don't have a lot of very iconic songs that someone might want. Before I had said that you shouldn't buy the game now because it is still very early in development and to wait until it adds more songs, but now I have an entirely different approach. Buy it now, because I bet that in the future this game will rise in price, and even if it doesn't have a lot of songs, it is still very fun to use. P.S. If the developers are reading this, just an FYI is that the soprano Sax doesn't usually look like the alto and tenor and bari, it looks more like a clarinet, just a little tip in case you didn't know already. :)
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Daniel Halond
( 2.6 hrs on record )
Posted: December 24, 2014
Although I recommend this software/game I must say as a piano player I am disapointed. The main reason is "would you teach a saxophone student to play with separated hands?", If the answer is "no" (because obviously some notes deppend on both hands), why should such thing happen to piano if the instrument has harmony and lots of poliphony? If only it was some teaching approach or something, but no you will always play right or left, never both together, and I'm writting this because I think all the people involved in this project have the skills to change this. Guys, it feels lika a non-piano player approach to the software. Cmon, right and left hand together. I know the english is scrappy but I think you will understand the point here.

So, good things about it: Songs rated by difficulty (nailed it) also by instrument part (great). The editor thing is a must have if you plan to use the software more often.

I would add that we got some words as "super" "ok" and stuff, its great but maybe something more could happen. Guitar hero and many other games can show more about this gamefication of the music playing (also the term itself can help a lot). It needs to feel more AWESOME, more BOOM more game. Some other points to think is abou the white in the page (please read this). Some recent studies point that the white paper has a bad influence in our eyes. Old yellowish paper texture if possible would made it fantastic!
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Capt. Chris
( 2.3 hrs on record )
Posted: November 25, 2014
This is my kind of way to learn playing instruments. I need to play the songs over and over, I can't read notes and just make it happen.
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tommy
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: November 10, 2014
this is a grate program / game for kids and adults to learn how to play (violin, viola, guitar, bass, ukulele, piano, saxophone, trumpet, clarinet, recorder flute) or train your voice my kids use this and i see there confidence in piaying grow and grow
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battlenet*****
( 4.8 hrs on record )
Posted: October 9, 2014
oooh why, O, WHY?

TWO days after I buy, drops 40%, I hate it when that happens

I haven't used it enough to give a in depth review, but might be back in a couple of weeks to do so.
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ruff0549
( 3.5 hrs on record )
Posted: October 3, 2014
This is very frustrating as I love this idea of learning guitar this way, however I can't seem to get it to work with my accustic guitar with a pickup.
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Zaddo67
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: July 2, 2014
Very dissapointing. This is sold as a teaching aid. However there is no teaching structure. No scaffolding of skills. A very basic system that only half works as described.

There is no fun element so it is not even a game.

I really have nothing positive to say about Songs2see.

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À New Demon
( 0.9 hrs on record )
Posted: June 13, 2014
In spite of using Rocksmith Cable, note recognition is terrible.
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 16, 2015
The game, in spite of its simplicity, is funny. The low number of available music is the only issue.
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97 of 115 people (84%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 24, 2014
Really disappointing, actually have nothing positive to say about it.

Terrible recognition of notes from my acoustic guitar, no room for dynamics at all and no symbols for hammer ons or bends. Essentially, if you always dreamed of being able to attain that oh-so-good robotic midi sound then learn from this game, it'll to teach you how to rock out 'Frére Jacques' like a musical birthday card in no time at all.

The most pathetic thing is that for several of the instruments, parts of the songs are too high or low and instead of modifying it to at least have the notes in a different octave, you're just given a cross as if to say 'sorry, couldn't be arsed to do that part'

I could go on all day but I'll just say don't buy it and go play Rocksmith.
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71 of 87 people (82%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 27, 2013
As a 4th year Music Composition Major and a vocalist, I can say that this game certainly provides a rather interesting way to improve intonation. Though it advertises as only teaching a few instruments, it will actually pick up anything that you play over a microphone.

What I will say is that the editing software is rather basic. If you want to write a decent score, then let me inform you that there are far better programs that are out there for free. However, the editing software will provide a way to upload your own compositions to the game. It's a bit clunky, and it takes a little bit to figure out exactly what the program is doing, but it does work.

Overall, I'd say this is absolutely something that an aspiring musician ought to check out, and especially so if you wish to perform on an instrument like Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Trombone, or Voice!

If you wish to see some gameplay footage, then you can watch this video that I have made here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tN5MdN7JzHU
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82 of 122 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
23.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2013
I got this program for vocal work and I'm very disappointed. There are no vocal arrangements for any of the songs and there are no lyrics. The only place vocal support is listed is in the scales. Looking at the piano options, I'm only seeing ways to practice with the right or left hand--no option to play together. This was a complete waste money.

Edit: The makers have confirmed to me the program does not support lyrics at all and offered me a second copy of the editor to make up for it, which isn't particularly helpful. The piano options have no chords and can only do one hand at a time, so you just learn to pick out one note with each hand and have no option to put it together. The drills are only scales, no interval or diction work, which is limiting despite the important of scales. This may be useful for the other instruments, but not for piano or voice.
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31 of 38 people (82%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 15, 2015
This product is not as is descripted. I bought this game because the product description page on Steam and I feel stolen.

The developer promises compatibility with a lot of instruments but doesn’t work properly with the piano.

Has a lot of problems to recognize the notes frequencies, the software can't recognize a piano chord -a basic thing in piano- and the developer is promising to add this function since 2014.

As a piano player this software is useless for me.

The description in the sale page is dishonest.

The reason for my negative review is because the developer PROMISED to add the two-hand piano function in 2014 and then never does.

The concept is great but the product is not as is promised.
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37 of 49 people (76%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 13, 2014
In spite of using Rocksmith Cable, note recognition is terrible.
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35 of 46 people (76%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 2, 2014
Very dissapointing. This is sold as a teaching aid. However there is no teaching structure. No scaffolding of skills. A very basic system that only half works as described.

There is no fun element so it is not even a game.

I really have nothing positive to say about Songs2see.

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39 of 53 people (74%) found this review helpful
Recommended
15.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 26, 2013
Well, I like this software alot... Now I can pick out the music that I want and learn the notes for the song I want... Kenny G on guitar with the backtrack is Great... If you want a tool to go further than the basic cords then this is it... Will NOT replace a good teacher but it is a great source for going foreward with music...
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30 of 38 people (79%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 24, 2014
I was very interested in the concept of this game. Having owned Rocksmith 2014 I noticed that this game supports the Rocksmith Real Tone cable.

So once I had the game running, I noticed that it was not very good at picking up notes on my bass guitar.

In conclusion, if you're a bass guitar or electric guitar player looking for a game that will help improve your skills then Rocksmith 2014 is your best option right now.
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 3, 2015
So far I've used this software with Alto Sax and guitar. For basic sight reading and learning proper tone generation on the sax, I'm impressed. For the Guitar, however, the software is more limited. You can certainly use it for learning scales and sight reading, but because there are so many different positions you can play a particular scale at on the neck, and the fact that the software seems to only support one position, it's not as helpful. Still, if you get your fingerings from a book and simply use the software to reinforce basic sight reading, I think it's probably one of the best tools available. For learning pop songs by rote, RockSmith is way more effective (and entertaining), but for actual scales and drills, Songs2See leads the way. Pro: Very simple interface. Con: Very simple interface. There doesn't seem to be any mechanisim for theory instruction beyond drills.
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64 of 112 people (57%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 26, 2013
It only supports G-clefs, there is no F-clefs for piano.
Also there is no support for violin nor cello.
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11 of 15 people (73%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 16, 2014
I wish I had taken the time to read the other reviews before purchasing this.

Absolutely god-awful terrible for piano. I'm slamming on the keys as hard as I can, and it's barely registering them at all. When it does pick one up, it's halfway through the note I'm supposed to be holding. Where's the logic in that? Let alone that it only lets you play one note at a time, one hand at a time.

I mean, if you want a less-fun DDR with a keyboard, go ahead I guess? But if you actually want to learn something... keep looking.
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18 of 29 people (62%) found this review helpful
Recommended
30.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 1, 2013
This is a great game for practicing new songs and after some fiddling around, I found an easy way to create new songs with the editor -> midi + audio is the key :)
Still I have to say it could be bit more polished and editor isn't that easy to use until you figure out where everything is hidden.
Anyway, I recommend it to everyone who's interested in music games
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12 of 18 people (67%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 30, 2015
- No support for MIDI device!
- Crashes to me at start at 5 from 6 tries
- Poor song choice
- No support for importing .mid files
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17 of 28 people (61%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 30, 2013
Maybe I am using it wrong but the editor is garbage, it does not work. Then the game itself does not pick up certain notes, already upset at what Steam would sell as a finished product. I mean the transcription doesn't have even close to the right notes, beat or even octave, its some random garbage.
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9 of 13 people (69%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 6, 2015
So far it seems that this can be a great tool for learning an instrument. Especially if you have no other reference, like a teacher or someone else that can play with you. The only thing that I would like to mention is that the Flute in the game is actually a Recorder. Would we perhaps see an actual silver flute in the game anytime soon? Asking because I'm a flute player.

I did buy the editor too, haven't spend enough time with it though. Would be nice if we could somehow get more songs in the game. But guessing that royalties are always an issue.

Great job! Please continue to develop this game! It has lots of potential!
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 24, 2014
Although I recommend this software/game I must say as a piano player I am disapointed. The main reason is "would you teach a saxophone student to play with separated hands?", If the answer is "no" (because obviously some notes deppend on both hands), why should such thing happen to piano if the instrument has harmony and lots of poliphony? If only it was some teaching approach or something, but no you will always play right or left, never both together, and I'm writting this because I think all the people involved in this project have the skills to change this. Guys, it feels lika a non-piano player approach to the software. Cmon, right and left hand together. I know the english is scrappy but I think you will understand the point here.

So, good things about it: Songs rated by difficulty (nailed it) also by instrument part (great). The editor thing is a must have if you plan to use the software more often.

I would add that we got some words as "super" "ok" and stuff, its great but maybe something more could happen. Guitar hero and many other games can show more about this gamefication of the music playing (also the term itself can help a lot). It needs to feel more AWESOME, more BOOM more game. Some other points to think is abou the white in the page (please read this). Some recent studies point that the white paper has a bad influence in our eyes. Old yellowish paper texture if possible would made it fantastic!
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 12, 2015
This product doesn't really have a niche.
Too bare bones/no music library for folks just learning. If you can use the editor well enough to import a guitarpro file, you probably don't need this software, they never completed or got the autotranscribe working. Really dissapointed that it was left as the interesting tech demo that got greenlit. But hey the devs have taken that money and moved onto a new tech demo but now for tablets and mobile phones. Moral of the story: Never buy project greenlight or EA shovelware.
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4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 20, 2015
The Songs2See game is a great and flexible learning tool for a wide range of instruments typically using a microphone to analyse your playing and rating your performance creating incentive to keep practicing.

For guitars the game will also allow you to use a Rocksmith cable as a mic source!

The interface is neat and clean and stable - possibly just needs an easy stop/start key (such as the spacebar) instead of having to click the play button with the mouse each time you play a song.

Awesome.

Which brings me to the editor.

The Songs2See editor is the companion editing software to the Songs2See game. It is a decent authoring tool for the game allowing you to transcribe your own (or any other) piece of music for use in game - which then becomes like a lesson.

The editor interface is quite buggy and tends to crash regularly - Give your work a filename early on and hit the save button regularly!

The editor is also fairly inflexible - you must choose the song length and tempo when you create the file and it seems that it cannot yet be changed after this so that if you wind up with a blank space at the end or not enough room left to add notes you will have to create a new file to the correct length and copy/paste your work back into the new file.

When authoring music for the guitar there does not seem to be a way of telling the interface which fret/string you want to play a note on so that in game it will flash up in the incorrect location on the fretboard.

A neat feature is that the editor can analyse an mp3 song and auto transcribe it for you working out the tempo and length.

I have no hesitation recommending this software despite it's current flaws as it is a wonderful learning tool for many musical instruments.

Hopefully the developers will add more useful tools into the interface and work out the bugs in it.
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5 of 9 people (56%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: April 25, 2015
It just barely functions from a guitar standpoint
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