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Piano Keyboard

  Learning the keyboard  

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The digital keyboard, also known as the arranger keyboard, usually comes with 61 keys of a lighter touch than the acoustic piano keys, which are weighted. The keyboard has plenty of fun tones, rhythms, and an advanced set of helpful tools built into the instrument, letting you play with ease and joy. Features like chord recognition, auto chords, fill-ins, and intros/endings are some useful musical features you can use to accompany your performance.

For the digital keyboard, the left hand generally plays chords. Therefore, arrangements for keyboard books will have the chord symbols above the melody line.

With the help of the auto chord feature, the primary technique you will need to acquire during keyboard lessons would be to perfect your right-hand melodic playing.  Once you have familiarized yourself with that, you can move on to practicing your chord progressions. 


After combining both hands, select your tones/effects, and ‘voila,’ it should sound great!

You will still need to learn basic music theory when you start your keyboard lessons. A good teacher can give you the necessary guidance to start this right.



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Nowadays, a digital keyboard can also connect to smart devices like smartphones and Ipad. It is an additional feature using an interactive app that makes learning more enjoyable.

Besides performance, we can also use the digital keyboard for MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface), which allows the digital instrument, computers, and other hardware to communicate. As a result, you can do recordings, teach using specific computer software, and much more.

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