VRtuos Pro is a free and unique way to practice your skills on the piano. The app uses virtual reality to show you the keys coming before you need to play them. This feature turns your practice sessions into a fun rhythm game that slowly increases your ability with the instrument.
VRtuos Pro is an extremely useful tool for learning to play new songs on the piano. The application can store a large number of folders with different tracks in them, letting you swap between music options in moments. The keys you need to press come down and are clear and visible. Overall, the interface is easy to navigate, and choosing the file of the song you want to play is a breeze.
Pick your background
You can select your own background while playing songs with VRtuos Pro. By default, this distant view is a bland mix of blue and red. However, you can quickly change the background for the session. Additionally, you can set a background for each folder you create. This method can help differentiate between notes.
There is a companion application for VRtuos Pro that works alongside it. The software lets you select your input and output device but also requires your IP address to function. This application is specifically designed to get the software to work with a MIDI keyboard.
Still needs a real piano
VRtuos Pro requires a physical piano in front of you while you use the app. It makes the application less practical as you’ll need the instrument and a VR headset, such as the Oculus Quest, which is costly.
Midi piano support
VRtuos Pro supports both full-sized and MIDI piano, letting you practice regardless of the instrument you have. A MIDI piano is an electronic keyboard that has several extra features an ordinary piano doesn’t have. The application also supports MIDI files for the music tracks.
Practice makes perfect
VRtuos Pro is a great tool that helps you practice by turning the session into a rhythm game. However, it’s not a game like Ancient Dungeon VR or Crisis VRigade that you can play in virtual reality. The application requires a physical piano in front of you before you turn on your headset.