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Hi Andrew!! I'm a new user in this forum...Please help me out

Post by The King on Fri Nov 28, 2008 7:40 am

Hello Sir!!

I'm a 22 yrs old guy from Nepal , Kathmandu....I recetnly bought a 62-note Keyboard...Yamaha PSR E-403....

It's been just 3 months I've developed a keen interest in learning piano....But,I'm quite desperate these days because I have some problems:So, far I haven't learnt anyhing....just some CHords looking at your Videos.

1. First thing is that, I'm a 3rd Year Medical Student....SO, I don't have much time to practice and to go to Music Institutes.....I'm not able to decide what to do how to learn.

2. Secondly, My keyboard has only 62 keys...So, iis it possible for me to learn Piano with my Keyboard......

3. It doesn't have a Full-Fingered Mode....

That's what I need to know from you...

I'd be so grateful to you if you replied me to my questions.

Thanks.

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Re: Hi Andrew!! I'm a new user in this forum...Please help me out

Post by Christian on Fri Nov 28, 2008 1:00 pm

I'm not Andrew cause I'm Christian also known as captain obvious.
And Ill be rude enough to answer. Smile

1: I would pick a subject, and stick to it. Maybe start with basic music notation, or major scale(s). Watching Andrews lessons, and DOING what he tells you to do/what he does will get you a long way. Andrew covers alot of subjects.

2: I think its possible up to some point. You will need to expand, but you will know when the time is right. Its not about what you have, its what you do with it. Its not a huge ammount of basic music that uses all octaves anyway. Smile

3: "The full fingered mode lets you play your chords anywhere on the keyboard and the accompaniment recognizes it and adjusts accordingly." I'm gonna go with, "what?" and I don't think you need this because you wont find it on a acoustic piano anywhere. Smile


I belive that since you study med. you should have no problem with the piano. Smile

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Post by VictorCS on Fri Nov 28, 2008 3:31 pm

I'll just add this: "Music boost the brains in alot of different ways"...

Play music and you'll score better on the medical stuff ^_^
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Thank you guys!!

Post by The King on Wed Dec 03, 2008 3:27 am

Hey Guys!! ( I mean Christian and Victor)

Thanx for the help...

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