#1
that also comes with a keyboard to learn on? like a program that connects a keyboard like through a USB cable so that you can learn and be playing at the same time...anyone know of a good program/keyboard combo like that?

thanks
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#4
Yamaha has some sort of Y.E.S. thing that has songs to learn on some of it's keyboards, however I have no idea how in-depth it is in teaching you to play. But you should look into that. I'm pretty sure it stands for Yamaha Educational Suite. Not positive though. I would also like to learn to play, so I've been looking into that kinda stuff a little.
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#6
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Yamaha has some sort of Y.E.S. thing that has songs to learn on some of it's keyboards, however I have no idea how in-depth it is in teaching you to play. But you should look into that. I'm pretty sure it stands for Yamaha Educational Suite. Not positive though. I would also like to learn to play, so I've been looking into that kinda stuff a little.

nice, ya i've been playin guitar for about six years now and it seems it's a good time to expand my horizons and branch out to a diff instrument.
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#7
Synthesia..like a synth guitar hero.
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#8
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Synthesia..like a synth guitar hero.

sounds interesting, but i need something where i'm actually going to learn how to read music too, as well as play.
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#11
What's wrong with the old-fashioned way? Look at sheet music, read wiki, diddle on keyboard.
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What's wrong with the old-fashioned way? Look at sheet music, read wiki, diddle on keyboard.


i don't want to learn keyboard the old-fashioned way, i'm pretty lazy in that regard and i also think learning it through a program would be kind of fun even. and would make the learning process easier.

so can anyone else help me in that regard?
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