How to record with Commpiano

Posted on 15/12/2021


Commpiano has really been focusing a lot its developing efforts on it's recording panel as of late. The goal is to have a robust recording set of functions that is both stable and capable of producing high quality music easily and fast. But with robustness comes complexity and it can get intimidating real quick. Also, people tend to believe you can't record what you play on virtual piano and be proud of it, but Commpiano is built different. So, this post will, with images, be summarizing how to record with Commpiano virtual piano. Let's get started.

Is it even possible to record with Commpiano?

Commpiano is expanding its record interface everyday(or week but mostly day). Here is a short audio recorded entirely on the Commpiano virtual interface just to show what you could do.

The original audio of this was one of Naruto theme songs and then it's re-recorded with commpiano as an example just to show what commpiano can be capable of

So yeah, you can record with Commpiano. There will also be a lot more features that will be added to make recording fast and easy.

Steps to Recording on Commpiano?

1. Add a finger.

Add a finger Add at least finger by pressing the + button in front of 'left' or 'right' hand row.

2. Set the metronome.

Set the metronome for beat Set the metronome values on the left hand side of your screen. Bpm represents the beat per minute and steps is the interval for the metronome song you’re trying to record. If you not sure what to set them to, just

3. Start recording

Press the record button

If the metronome beat isn’t what you want or you can’t match that speed, you can adjust it to what is best for you. You have to stop recording to do that though. Once you’re okay with what you have,

4. Start pushing the keys.

Set to record

You don’t have to record everything at once. You can always go back and record over what you already have on that or another finger. Stop when you’re done. How you know you stopped is if metronome was sounding before, it stops. Follow the metronome for beat.

5. Record some more.

Add more finger and record more

Like I said you can go back to record over notes in the same and or on another finger.

6. Snap to metronome values.

Snap to metronome values

The reason for this is to remove lags in what you’ve recorded. It makes you music sound more professional. Here is a playback of record before snapping and after snapping.

7. Playback your record.

Playback your record

Playback your record to see if it’s okay.

8. Download(Optional)

Download your record Press the download button to download it as a sound file.

1. Adjust the bps slider to speed up the playback.

Adjust the sliders

Listen, and when you think it okay,

2. Record to file and wait for it to be done.

Adjust the sliders

It will take as long as the time duration of your recording. When it’s done, an audio widget will be shown. Play that widget to the end and when you’re done, press that widget option icon(the 3 dot by its right) and press the download button.