Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What equipment does my classroom need to use eNovativePiano?
A: The minimum requirements are internet access and one computer with a projection system. Of course, it would be advantageous for each keyboard station to have a computer, laptop, or tablet, so that all the materials could be accessed during class time by each student, allowing for more independent work. We also recommend a classroom printer, but this is completely optional.
Q: Why do I need an internet connection?
A: eNovativePiano is a web site. Although most materials can be downloaded and printed to make practicing easier, the multimedia curriculum and materials must be accessed online.
Q: Does my digital keyboard need to be interfaced with my computer to use the eNovativePiano website?
A: No. eNovativePiano materials interact with students, not with keyboards! There is no need to have a keyboard connected to the computer to benefit from the materials.
Q: Can I use eNovativePiano with an acoustic piano?
A: Certainly! As explained above, eNovativePiano materials do not require synchronization with a keyboard.
Q: Do I need a special browser or media player to access eNovativePiano on the web?
A: eNovativePiano is compatible with most popular browers such as Firefox and Chrome. However, on some browers you may need to enable the Adobe Flash Player within the browser. (see item below)
Q: Do I need special software to view or print materials from the eNovativePiano site?
A: All repertoire, worksheets, and drills are available in PDF format and may be downloaded from eNovativePiano. You will need a PDF reader such as the free Adobe Reader to view these. Look for the "Print" icon on any web page to indicate that a file may be downloaded.
Q: Can I use eNovativePiano on my mobile device?
A: Yes! eNovativePiano is compatible with your Apple or Android mobile device.
Q: Sometimes the videos don't play properly. I can only hear the audio, but I can't see the video. What can I do?
A: Some browsers may require you to enable the Adobe Flash Player within the browser. Follow the instructions for your browser below. Remember to clear your cache after changing the settings.
Q: Why don't the MusicTheory.Net pages load in my browser?
A: If these exercises aren't loading, try enabling "third-party cookies" in your browser settings.
If you have further questions or comments, please contact us at: [email protected]