Yes! You just got the new iPad Pro and you can’t wait to start doing EVERYTHING on it. From video games and social media to checking your email and banking, there’s nothing you can’t do with this gadget. In fact, you’re so confident with the iPad, you would take on any challenge, right? Well here’s one: learn to play an instrument on your new iPad Pro today!

Think it can’t be done? Think again. It’s easier than ever to learn an instrument on your own thanks to all the apps available. Learn how to play the piano, drums, guitar, or any other instrument all on your own! Up for the challenge? Let’s check out the best instruments to learn on your own.

Side note: What is the easiest instrument to learn? That depends on you. We can’t tell you the easiest one for you, but we can show you the easiest instruments to learn on iPad and let you choose the one that best fits your style.

Learn Piano on iPad

Apps to learn piano are everywhere, making it a great choice for learning on your iPad Pro. The keyboard display makes practicing a breeze, and cool features like circular keyboards and synthesizers give you an extra edge over traditional players. Make sure you find a good app – one that is well-established and reputable – because there are plenty of free piano tutorials that just throw together nonsense without ever teaching you anything. Try out Simply Piano for an unbeatable experience.

Piano App Courses

There are also piano apps that let you practice on your own piano and critique your actual progress with “listening” features that only an iPad has. Play a G chord on your piano instead of a C chord? Some apps will hear your error and provide feedback so you can improve your technique and still.

See Also: Can I Really Learn To Play An Instrument On My Own?

Learn to Play the Guitar

The guitar is also one of the easiest instruments to learn. You’ll need to hold it in both hands and you prop your iPad up. You can stream guitar lessons directly on your iPad, learning basics like how to hold a guitar and play those first few chords, to how to really rock it like AC/DC. TrueFire’s Guitar Lab is a great example of a quality guitar app this gives you standard notation, music text, and other tools to become an expert at riffing.


Learn to Beatbox

That’s right, beatboxing has arrived on the iPad scene, and you’ll find that it’s easier than ever to look fly while you dish out some of the coolest mixes, sounds, and jams with your new beatboxing skills, compliments of the iPad! Check out Korg’s iELECTRIBE for beatboxing tutorials.

Going the iPad route for instrument learning is a smart move, and developers are making it easier than ever to learn instruments on your own via this digital medium. With photo-realistic graphics, touch screens, and crystal-clear sound cards for optimal performance, an iPad tutor is the easiest way to learn how to play an instrument – or how to learn basket weaving or juggling or practically anything else you set your DIY-mind to do.

And now that you have an iPad Pro, it’s a lot cheaper to learn to play piano app-style than it ever has been in the past!

Learn to make music today with a little help from your new favorite toy.