Become a Master of Music with Wii Music
A new era of console games called the Nintendo Wii has gained much popularity in the past few years. The reason why is the wireless controller that lets you participate in the game by your actions, which is a revolutionary way of playing compared to other game consoles. Since the Nintendo Wii controllers detect motion, the players must move around in order to interact with the game. This was the reason that Wii came up with the idea of using interactive games; to give gamers the exercise they need, and keep them from just sitting all the time.
The Wii Music game is one of the latest games for the Nintendo Wii game console. There are 60 different musical instruments that you can play with this game. And you don't need to have a pre-existing knowledge of music either. Unlike "Guitar Hero" where you have to follow the picture on the TV screen, with the Wii all you need to do is to imitate playing the instrument, using the Nunchuk controllers and the Wii Remote. With the wii music game, it is easy to play a song just using simple motions. You choose the song that you want to play then decide if you want to turn it into a rock song or change it to classical music. You can even add a Latin theme to the song.
By choosing between several settings, the Wii Music game will help you to train and improve your musical session and can even include your friends on their own instruments. The video playback also includes modes to help you become a master of music.
Use the recording feature to tape your music session. When you forward it to your online friends, they can view it and play along, and they can even send it back to you with their musical additions. You can even get different camera angles when using the Wii Music game.
While you may get the impression this music game is all about music, you will find that its more than that. You can test your ears, from high to low tones, by taking a quiz. You can also play notes only when the tune requires you to do so. With another command, you can conduct your own orchestra. You can use the controller just like the conductor's baton and point to a particular section of the orchestra to get them to play. Imagine leading the horn section to play forcefully while asking the violin section to play softly.
For those who already own Wii Fit, you can use the balance board to control the bass drum and cymbals as you play the drums. Wii Music comes with a menu of songs included, but the fun is in exploring your musical talents to see what you can add do them.
If you are looking for ways to improve your own music you should try the Wii Music game. You will find much enjoyment in playing any and all the instruments on the new Wii Music game, no matter what age group you are in and even if you have never played a musical instrument before. Are you ready to give your musical talent the ultimate test? Then give Wii Music a try!
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