Nintendo Labo’s Keyboard Is Already Making Music Covers

We love good music just like anyone else. So you can imagine the delight we felt at seeing that the Nintendo Labo keyboard can help talented folks make music covers of their favorite songs. Even with the onslaught of God of War coverage and features, the Nintendo Labo is holding its own and winning the hearts of the people with its creativity.

One of the things that has made the Labo so entertaining is how its keyboard has brought music lovers together, allowing them to show off their creations online. You only have to browse Google or YouTube to discover some incredible musical covers on the Nintendo Labo, ranging from Michael Jackson’s ‘Billie Jean’ to ‘All-Star’ by Smash Mouth.

However, what truly warms our hearts is seeing certain YouTubers using the Nintendo Labo’s keyboard as a way to teach people new things about music. YouTuber OhRichard recently dedicated a few videos to help people set up the keyboard, as well as learn how to play a few songs on it, too. Take a look at one his Nintendo Labo tutorials below:

There were also some talented YouTubers who, in typical Nintendo fashion, are dedicated to playing some tunes from the face of Nintendo itself: Super Mario. Below you will hear a rendition of the Super Mario Bros‘ Theme from YouTuber Tohru Yamaguchi.

There are many more videos out there that show off how wonderful and helpful the Nintendo Labo can be when it comes to creating music. It doesn’t just provide musical notes you can play on the keyboard because let’s face it, some of the best music is made through the sound of screeching cats and men humming deeply.

Do you have your own favorite cover that you’ve seen on the Nintendo Labo and want to show it off? Let us know in the comments below.