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Through a series of software-based lessons, the Miracle will teach you the fundamentals of playing the piano. During a lesson, The Miracle System's software constantly monitors your progress, providing feedback and helping you hone your skills. The Miracle System even makes practice fun, with several different drills and game style exercises.
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NESRetro Game Reviews (Nov 30, 2016)
The Miracle Piano Teaching System is a great learning tool that's welcoming for newcomers and deep enough for professionals. Despite the unconventional format (essentially it's a course wrapped up in an NES cartridge), everything just works and the hefty amount of content will keep you playing for weeks, if not months.
 
The Miracle Piano Teaching System is extremely easy to use, even for non-music- or non-computer-oriented people. In this reviewer's opinion, everything that Software Toolworks promises about this system is true, but nothing can replace the student's personal desire to play the piano and read music. While a student's progress can be seen within the first hour, it would take a true miracle for someone to play like Herbie Hancock or any other professional musician without putting in years, maybe decades of work. The computer games incorporated into this system, along with the graphic user interface, take much of the boredom and fear out of learning and practicing. Nevertheless, no matter how good the system is, there is still no substitute for parental involvement.