Ever wanted to learn how to play a musical instrument, but found it way too daunting? Couldn't hack the seemingly boring music lessons that teach you how to read from sheet music? Then try Music, an edutainment game that teaches you the essential knowledge you need to get started.
Music on Nintendo DS takes serious teachings from Shiro Tsuji - a famous Japanese musician who has written the popular book "Anyone Can Read Music!" - and sizes them down to an interactive portable form. With Shiro's help, you can really learn how music works, how to read music from a tablature and begin playing keys from the piano and learn rhythm with the drums.
The game has 21 music lessons teaching the basics of music theory. You can monitor your progress as you go along and Music will keep track of your learning curve so you can gauge what level you need to challenge yourself at. A group of mini-games help drill the lessons learned into your head, and are addictive enough to keep playing just for entertainment.
After practicing your rhythm, memory and musical ear, you can plan your learning on a coach calendar and try out your newfound knowledge on virtual instruments. The perfect solution for people with an urge to hone their musical skills but not enough time to do it!