Getting Down To Basics with Piano
May 7, 2018
Learning the Digital Piano with Fun Lessons
One the most beneficial information categories on the web is access to free music lessons. Individuals from young to old dream of learning the keyboard and the online world is perfect for this. For those who already own a keyboard, it’s a simple matter to follow along with the instruction and practice that way. The digital app allows those who don’t own a keyboard to practice and follow along as well.
Fun lessons can be found in the form of favorite childhood songs or easy pop lessons that are basically only one or two chords. These can be found in the form of videos or online books that describe the notes that should be played. This may also tell you what part of your instruction you need to focus on, since you can tell whether or not you need to learn your keys better, or if you can move on to chord combinations.
Any age group can benefit from this type of instruction considering that these can be found for free and during whatever time of day is most convenient for the person watching. Individuals who are starting out will especially appreciate the price tag on these lessons since they may not be able to afford professional lessons at first. The person who does use these online instructions may find themselves farther down the path than they anticipated if and when they choose to buy professional lessons later on.
Since these online lessons are available to the public, another way to make them fun would be to share the time with a friend or family member who wants to learn. Usually, the apps and sites have sharing links built right in, so it’s simple to send them an email or post on their social media site. Doing something like this together turns it into a friendly competition and you can see how much progress each one makes every day, week or month.
There are tips you can learn to avoid not practicing, considering that no one feels like putting in the work every single day, despite enjoying something very much. You can keep this from happening by setting up a reward system for yourself when you reach milestones. Setting up this kind of preplanning will ensure that you’re more likely to reach the piano planning goals you have for yourself, and that will work with using a digital piano or a real keyboard. It’s never a mistake to add more music to your life, and by making it fun, it becomes a passion that drives you to continue learning and getting better.