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Ever wanted to play the piano?

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Ever wanted to play the piano?

Gotta be a bit on the expensive side.... either to have daily/weekly lessons, and, of course, you would want your own piano at home to practice on, between lessons,... or even just have a piano at home, could be expensive..

Just found this site... for an "online piano keyboard" experience...

 

https://www.apronus.com/music/flashpiano.htm

 

so you can now practice to your hearts content, with no extra charges... 

use the QWERTYUIOP keys for "single notes"

use the ASDFGHJKL; keys for "chords"  on single key press.

Some good fun to be had, or some easy to use, to find out if you really want to learn piano...

If you want... you can record your efforts....  who knows, you may become a multi millionaire, writing your own songs..

 

 

AND>.. not only.... BUT....

There is another link at the bottom of the page.   for GUITAR   chords..

You can play the piano keyboard, and it sounds the guitar.... you can also learn the finger /fret positions cos they are shown on the guitar fret above the chords ...

Again... you can record it

 

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Pete11
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Re: Ever wanted to play the piano?

Ooooh, that'll give me something to tinker with while at the same time drowning out the sound of 'wifey's' knitting needles.

Result. :grin: :thumbsup:

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Re: Ever wanted to play the piano?

@Pete11 50/50 on your royalty payments, when you have written some songs, and become a millionaire !

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Re: Ever wanted to play the piano?


@shutter wrote:

@Pete11 50/50 on your royalty payments, when you have written some songs, and become a millionaire !


 

Now there's a challenge, but only to my ears, I'm slightly tone deaf. :cheesy: never mind Rodders...this time next year....

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