Rock Prodigy is like a personal trainer for guitar.
Better than books or videos, Rock Prodigy listens to you and provides immediate feedback.
Learning guitar has never been easier and faster. Rock Prodigy transforms your PC, Mac, or iPad into the ultimate personal trainer for guitar - that works on your schedule. By hearing and seeing what you're supposed to sound like while you are learning, you will be playing faster and easier than with any other method.
Best of all, you will know exactly what to practice each day so you can play guitar better for the rest of your life.Instead of randomly organized tips and tricks, our master teachers take the guesswork out of learning guitar in an immersive, interactive and meticulously guided environment that listens to you and tracks your progress.
Rock Prodigy is simple to use and follow: "Right note, right time." Thatâ€™s how simple it is. We show you the note to play, and when to play it. You play. Then Rock Prodigy awards points for playing correctly. Thatâ€™s why our students love it. And because they hear their progress faster than they ever imagined.
The best way to learn to play guitar is to learn on your own guitar. Thatâ€™s why Rock Prodigyâ€™s proprietary poly-phonic pitch recognition is designed to use the standard Windows, Mac, or iPad/iPhone microphone for acoustic guitars, or the standard line-in, if you have an electric guitar and any one of many common adapters.
Rock Prodigy is fun like a video game, but you learn real skills to last a lifetime.
With Rock Prodigy you will be learning from some of the worldâ€™s best teachers. Our guitar teachers are professionals trained at Musicians Institute. Their lessons and songs are set within a teaching system developed by Dr. Richard Gard of Yale University. We utilize the best education science of the past 40 years so Rock Prodigy students learn quickly â€“ even students who tried to play guitar before.
- Listens to every note
- Provides immediate feedback
- Awards points for playing correctly
- Tracks your progress automatically
- You know exactly how well you are doing because you see real-time feedback while you are playing, like a video game, but you learn real-world skills like chords, scales, rhythm, technique and theory.