Dual Piano. Shown is a screenshot of the app's main view plus two hands playing a piece on the keyboard. The keyboard is arranged in a V-shape and compound of two superimposed keyboards on each side. Above are multiple buttons to change the keyboard modes (locked, glissando, scroll), to change the octaves and to get to settings, among others.

DUAL PIANO

two-handed piano playing on iPad

App Icon. On a red to orange background it's a white, flat symbol in the shape of a grand piano viewed from the top. Within that shape there are 5 tiles filled in white. 4 of them representing the V-shaped keyboards with the bottom left one showing one octave of a keyboard, the 5th one, in a more transparent white, completes the shape as piano cover. The gaps between the tiles as well as the black keys are transparent, thus show the background.
Dark version of  the App Store symbol "Download on the App Store".
Shown are five, in a v-shape overlapping, iPads displaying the main screen of the Dual Piano app in different versions.  1. Standard sized keys, no extras 2. Small sheet music window and notes on the keys 3. Large sized keys, no extras 4. Small sized keys (standard colors) and wide sheet music window 5. Colorful keys (party mode)  In general the main screen looks as followed: A keyboard is arranged in a V-shape and compound of two superimposed keyboards on each side. Above are multiple buttons to change the keyboard modes (locked, glissando, scroll), to change the octaves and to get to settings, among others.

Ergonomic V-shaped keyboard

with great range

Video alt text: An animation explains the layout of the V-shaped keyboard. Step 1: The two outer octaves of a here 4 octave standard keyboard are shifted inwards above the two inner octaves (similar to an organ). Step 2: The keyboard splits in the middle and the two sides are folded up so that they are arranged in a V-shape.

View your sheet music

and get help reading it

Shown is a screenshot of the app's main view with the V-shaped keyboard. Sheet music is displayed in a window in the upper third, which extends centrally over half the width. Two buttons with curved arrows, directly below the sheet music, can be used to scroll.
Same view as the previous image, this time the corresponding notes are displayed on the keys to help you with reading sheet music.

New: MIDI Out

set the channel individually for both sides

Shown is a screenshot of the app's main view with its V-shape arranged keyboards and buttons above to change various settings including a button showing the MIDI symbol. In addition, the corresponding MIDI number is displayed on each key.
Shown is a screenshot of the app within the MIDI menu. The MIDI menu provides the ability to 1) enable and disable MIDI Out 2) select the MIDI Out channel (1-16) for either side of the keyboard individually. 3) choose how a connected sustain pedal (via the Dual Piano Pedal app) behaves with MIDI Out (both sides, left / right side only, not at all).

Dual Piano Pedal

for iPhone & iPad

Dual Piano Pedal app Icon. On a red to orange background it's a white, flat symbol in the shape of a grand piano pedal system with three pedals viewed from the top. The left and middle pedal are in a transparent white, the right pedal is purely white.
A screenshot of the Dual Piano Pedal app's pedal view shows a large battery symbol in the left top corner, the connected device in the top middle, a close button in the top right and whole screen itself is the button. In the middle it says "Connected. Tap with a finger or toe to use the sustain pedal."

sustain

pedal

Shown is a screenshot of the Dual Piano app's main view with the V-shaped keyboard. In the top middle is a pedal button with a green status light.

Use a second iOS device as sustain pedal for Dual Piano.

Dark version of  the App Store symbol "Download on the App Store".

3 keyboard modes

locked, glissando, slide

Adjust pitch octave notation

Scientific, Helmholtz

Sound library

piano, organ, bass

Autopiano

and much more…

Sample sheet music

Adjust key width

Party mode

Adjust octaves easily

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