In the discussion forum i checked to make sure thsi didnt exist already.
But here you are;
I am now announcing the official production of PSPiano...
What is PSPiano?
-PSPiano is a full working piano in the palm of your hand.
Why would anyone want to use PSPiano?
-Musicians and pianist alike will be delighted to take their skills with them anywhere on the go. Not only does PSPiano support piano, but it will also support many other instruments...well rather their sounds...and possible their liknesses as well...
this is the basic piano easy for a quick load up and easier to see, more of a matter of opinion rather than actual functionality...
This is the detailed view with "prettier" keys...does not affect anything except file size to load, and animations...the animations in this oneare also much more detailed...
This is an option for begginers or thsoe who play other instruments, to turn on the notes, while it does not state sharps and flats it does however show the base notes.
here is how the controsl work;
Up - D
Right - E
Down - F
Square - G
Triangle - A
Circle - B
X/Cross - C
The Analog thumb pad, not really a stick...is used to change pitch and to get to flat and sharp notes...the areas inbetween are for runs...up to the next...
The right and left triggers are used to move it up an octive... using R raises the octive by one...(IE cross button becomes left button on normal octive) and the left trigger lowers it an octive (Cross for normal becomes the left button) (i think i compared those right)...
there is no release version out yet, nor an ETA on when ill be done...i have the basic coding done, but right now i want to get it bug free before initial release.