While 1ON1 Piano does not offer any scanning functions yet, adding files to 1ON1 Piano is as simple as a click within the Curriculum menu. Files saved on your device can be added here to enhance your lessons. For further assistance with this, contact our 1ON1 Piano support team.
FAQ Category: 1ON1 Piano Features
These are questions related to any of the features of 1ON1 Piano
Not only does 1ON1 Piano offer high quality audio within its video chat feature, but it also contains powerful software designed to connect any digital piano to another, eliminating the need for an expensive microphone and speakers.
To know if someone is calling you, you must have the app open. You will see a message appear, and you will hear an audible ringtone. In the near future, we will have push notifications available.
At this moment, no. We are continually adding features, and chat will be coming soon. Stay tuned for further updates!
You can share files using email or a messenger app, save them to your device, and then open them in the viewer on 1ON1 Piano.
1ON1 Piano sends piano-to-piano data between users in an upgraded, high resolution MIDI format. Combining this data with a piano, the exact finger movements of the sending piano are precisely replicated by the receiving piano. MIDI data describes the mechanical movement of your fingers (what note you play, how hard you play it, and how …
Yes, we can! We got our start at 1ON1 Piano by developing software for a piano-to-piano online teaching program at the University of Kansas, and our team members teach using piano-to-piano. We have expertise in installing hybrid pianos, setting up networks, and connecting them to your devices, and can come to your site to make …
1ON1 Piano has extremely low latency because it uses peer-to-peer technology and an efficient piano-to-piano data stream that conserves bandwidth.
In computer networking, latency is an expression of how much time it takes for a data packet to travel from one designated point to another. With lower latency, communication speeds increase, allowing for a seamless connection.
Yes! 1ON1 Piano uses peer-to-peer technology, so it has very little latency, and on a healthy internet connection, you can easily play duets with another person. Furthermore, piano-to-piano data is very efficient, so it performs well on international calls and in limited bandwidth scenarios.