A new guitar tuition instruction method has been created in the form of an iOS application called Rock Prodigy. Which has been created to provide a more gaming style interface to help learn to play the guitar, bringing a little of the Guitar Hero game to the iPad.
The new Rock Prodigy Guitar application launched on the iTunes App store later last year, and listens to your guitar, shows you what to play, and even gives you points for hitting the right notes. Watch the promotional video after the jump to see the iPad app in action.
After installing the iPad application and connecting your guitar, you can june it using the built in guitar tuner in the app. A teacher’s voice will then start to guide you throughout the lessons. Just like Guitar Hero, you have to pluck the right note on the right string whilst keeping time.
Basic lessons come with the app, with more advanced lesson available for a small fee. An in-app store lets you buy songs, chords and scales to learn, with prices ranging from free up to $2, and you can even connect to Apple’s Game Center to help add a little more competition.
The Rock Prodigy Guitar application works with acoustic and electric guitars, acoustics guitars don’t need to be plugged in, and the app is supported on both iPhone and iPad. You can now download it from the Apple iTunes Store for free.
Source: WiredFiled Under: Apple iPad, Apple iPhone, iPhone Apps