Magic Player Piano

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Magic Player has three different "modes":

1. PLAYER - In this mode Magic Player lets you take control! You get to control the playback of the song by pressing the keys on your computer keyboard. With every key
you press Magic Player will advance the song by one note, the right note. The longer you hold down the key the longer Magic Player will play the note.

2. AUTO - In the Auto mode, you let Magic Player act like an old-fashioned player piano and play the song for you.

3. STOP - Like the stop button on a tape player, this mode stops Magic Player from playing a song.

The previous section "Getting Started" included a brief tour of the Magic Player and its three modes, but there is much more to the Magic Player! This section covers the various
Knobs, Dials, and Sliders found on the Magic Player.

The Knobs

Song - This knob is used to load a new song into Magic Player. Clicking on this knob will open a dialog box allowing you to load a song from Magic Player's included song library of 24 songs.

Notes & Words - These knobs are used to select what you want Magic Player to hi-light as you or it plays a song.

Rewind - Clicking on this knob tells Magic Player that you want to go back to the beginning of the song.

If you are in the AUTO mode you may want to press the STOP button first.

Movie - This knob will dim the stage and make Magic Player remove its piano roll and replace it with a crazy movie! You'll not only control the music, you'll control the movie too!

The Sliders

Instrument Pickers - Magic Player has two instrument pickers located just above the on-screen keyboard. These sliders are used to pick the instruments that Magic Player will
use. The Instrument Picker to the left is for the Melody or "main" instrument and the Picker to the right is for the Accompaniment or "backing" instruments.

Volume - This slider is used to control the overall level at which Magic Player will play.

The Dials

Tempo - The TEMPO dial is used to control the speed at which Magic Player will play a song in the AUTO mode.

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