PSPiano is a small piano key player for the PSP coded in Lua. I love the crisp, clear sounds of the keys, just can't get any better!
* When you press a note, the PSP piano shows you what key you pressed and displays which key is what button
* Implementation of scales (a, b, c, d, e, f, g major and minor using the R button to switch)
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