Our eyeball is in constant motion. When we dealing with sheet music, we have a lot of looking with little actual seeing.
In order for an object to be seen, it is necessary that the person can quickly identify the object, isolate it from the general influx of visual information, and fix it in his memory as a stable image.
All of the written languages on this planet are linear except music notation.
We have to present musical text in a format that best suits the needs of the student. Today, this is made possible by the program “Soft Way to Mozart.”
We must remember that the point of optimal perception is directly related to the structure of the eye itself. Any attempt to explain to a person's eyes, how they should work is a waste of time. Eyes are, of course, going to see things the way they’re intended to see things. Our computer based piano curriculum is aimed to training your eyes to see music notation vertically and horizontally.
This is why 'Soft Way to Mozart' is so powerful and effective: it is visual.
*A note: traing of vision to see music notes in their relation with the piano keys making learning process much faster, less stressful and more effective.*
So the musical vision of beginners requires training—the same type of training that we provide when teaching them to read books. quickly identify the object, isolate it from the general influx of visual information, and fix it in his memory as a stable image.