Beginner's Guide To Learning Digital Piano
How to get started with the digital piano
Our Beginner’s Guide To Learning The Digital Piano
You can do all the research in the world, and reading our Beginner’s Guide To Learning Digital Piano will help enormously. But sometimes you just need to dive in, and just start playing. We can give you the confidence to do this.
Technique is everything. Get it right from the beginning, and you’ll learn faster and more efficiently. Get it wrong, and not only will you be slower and less efficient, but further down the line, you’ll get into trouble with tension pain, RSI and other horribly achy things. It can all be avoided by starting off with the right technique.
Playing the digital piano is a completely different skill from learning to read sheet music. Just as learning to read and write go hand in hand, they are nevertheless different skills. Learning to play and read music is the same. We believe in splitting up these tasks into two clear categories and attacking them from different angles.
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