If everyone could play piano like Mozart, we would. One of the most sought-after skills to learn, playing the piano is no easy feat. It takes practice, musical knowledge, and some natural rhythm to pull off the melodies and chord progressions we hear on the radio.
Designer: Hs2 Studio
That being said, learning how to play the piano is worth it if you’re interested in progressing your musical expertise. The Mozart Console Piano, an upright keyboard with an attached screen display, was designed by Hs2 Studio to merge the digital world with the classic piano for easy playing and learning.
The Mozart Console Piano merges the conveniences of technology with the artful craft of analog devices to turn the piano into a musical experience that anyone can enjoy. The Mozart Console Piano appears like any other classic, upright piano, except for its 32-inch HD touch display that’s propped right in the center of the piano.
The 32-inch HD display is multipurpose, offering both distance learning features for amateur players to follow along with and familiarize themselves with piano playing. Just like a regular piano, the 32-inch display screen also functions as a digital songbook, showcasing music sheets for piano players to follow.
As our world is immersed deeper and deeper into technology, our non-tech devices have been getting supplemented with digitized features for optimization. The crafts and skills that might have felt just beyond our reach, like learning a new language or reading 100 books over the span of a year, have become easier to obtain through technology. Innovations like audiobooks and Duolingo are testaments to how technology makes everyday activities feel a little more accessible. The Mozart Console Piano aims to bring that same touch to the world of music.
An accompanying seat comes along with the upright piano.
The Mozart Console Piano’s digital display screen can showcase sheet music in real time.
The Mozart Console Piano maintains a simple silhouette and all-black glossy finish.