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Enabling keyboard, fretboard and violin visualizations

When you create music in Soundslice, you can optionally activate various instrument visualizations that help people learn the music:

Here’s how to enable/disable these visualizations in your slices.

Visual piano keyboard

Soundslice enables the piano keyboard visualization by default, as long as your slice contains at least one non-percussion instrument.

To disable this visualization for a particular instrument, edit the instrument and uncheck the “Enable piano keyboard visualization” checkbox.

The keyboard visualization will automatically go away when you’ve disabled the visualization for every instrument in your slice. Note that you can selectively enable the visualization for only certain instruments in a slice; if you do this, people will only be able to view the visualization for those certain instruments.

Visual fretboard

Soundslice enables the fretboard visualization by default, as long as your slice contains at least one tablature instrument.

There’s currently no way to disable the fretboard visualization, unless you’re in the Licensing plan. If you’re in the Licensing plan, you can use a URL parameter in your embed code to disable the fretboard visualization.

Visual violin

The violin fingerboard visualization is not enabled by default — you have to opt into it.

To enable the visualization for a particular instrument, edit the instrument and check the “Enable violin visualization” checkbox.

If your slice has multiple violin parts, you can indeed enable the violin visualization for all of them. If you do this, your students will be able to switch parts within the visualization by clicking the part name at the left of the visualization.